Ugly Hecty

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  1. He's done amazing film and photography work with her. SALUTE!
  2. For any US fans who still haven't seen it... “Strike A Pose” Documentary Vogues Onto Logo For Television Debut "Don't just stand there, let's get to it!" by Christopher Rudolph 25m ago Calling all Madonna fans! The documentary Strike A Pose is premiering this April on Logo. The critically acclaimed film follows Madonna’s backup dancers from her legendary “Blond Ambition” tour and documents how their lives changed after they were part of one of the most popular—and controversial—tours of all time. “These seven dancers from the “Blond Ambition” tour inspired a whole generation. From the halls of the ballrooms to center stage, their bold self-expression was a true pop-culture inspiration,” said Taj Paxton, VP of Logo Documentary Films. “We’re proud to showcase the men behind the woman and to stir the next generation of leaders and tastemakers in the LGBTQ community.” Oliver Crumes III, Carlton Wilborn, Luis Camacho, Salim “Slam” Gauwloos, Kevin Stea, Jose Gutierez and Gabriel Trupin (who died in 1995) are the dancers who finally get their moment in the spotlight using a combination of old and new footage along with never-before-seen images. The doc, from filmmakers Ester Gould and Reijer Zwaan, made the film festival rounds last year with a high profile U.S. premiere at New York’s Tribeca Film Festival. The dancers promoted the movie in various interviews and they even crossed paths with Madonna last year when she surprised fans at a 25th anniversary screening of Truth or Dare at MoMA. Strike A Pose is just the latest from Logo Documentary Films which acquired and recently aired other titles like the same-sex war romance Out of Iraq, and the female chefs doc, Hungry. Watch the trailer above and for more check out two clips from the doc below. Strike A Pose premieres Thursday, April 6 at 9/8c on Logo. http://www.newnownext.com/strike-a-pose-documentary-logo-tv/02/2017/
  3. Awww, she always makes the most of an unfortunate situation! How adorable.
  4. Serving pre-Valentine's Day fashion!
  5. The pictures are classic Madonna. Bravo!
  6. http://www.billboard.com/articles/news/grammys/7677099/best-award-show-performances-of-all-time 74. Madonna, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera & Missy Elliott, "Like a Virgin" / "Hollywood" (MTV Video Music Awards, 2003) Ten points if you even remember what songs were performed in this one! The all-star kick-off to the '03 VMAs was meant to pay tribute to Madonna's MTV legacy while promoting her latest American Life single -- and it accomplished both pretty well -- but let's be honest: all anyone took from it was the kiss between Madge and Britney (and to a lesser extent Xtina), the first proto-viral moment to make us all wish, "If only the Internet had somewhere we could all react to this at the same time..." 24. Madonna, "Vogue" (MTV Video Music Awards, 1990) Hard to create an iconic live performance of a song that already has a classic music video, but no one's done it more often than Madonna, who threw back the old-Hollywood glamor of "Vogue" centuries further into Dangerous Liasons-era France at the '90 VMAs. Combining the classic with the confrontational -- plenty of fondling and flashing to be found amidst the expert choreography -- like only Madge can, "Vogue" raised the standard for lip-synced live performance, and remains a beautiful, magical high point of the artist's imperial phase. 2. Madonna, "Like a Virgin" (MTV Video Music Awards, 1984) The singing is occasionally pitchy, the staging feels a bit haphazard, and the presentation is downright low-budget by modern-day standards. But if you had to pick one four-minute clip to demonstrate what an award-show performance could and should be at its best, there'd be absolutely no debate: Madonna's "Like a Virgin," in which she stepped down from a wedding cake at the very first Video Music Awards and writhed her way into the heart of the 1980s. Before Madonna, the best award-show performances could hope for was to get people to buy the record, after her, they became the historical record; the way we remember stars at their most iconic, and the way they demonstrate their immortality, no matter whose names are on the night's envelopes. It's the veritable big bang for the format as pop art. And the #1... 1. Beyonce, Lemonade Medley (MTV Video Music Awards, 2016) The media's obsession with her makes me sick. When will people stop kissing her ass?
  7. Beautiful news! Great to see her new family expand with more love & devotion!
  8. Legendary show!
  9. Great article, so captivating and invigorating to read. I also wholeheartedly agree with it.
  10. Incredibly low resolution - 240p! Even by 2009, videos were distributed in higher quality than that!
  11. She looks stunning in blue and loved the movie reference as well. As well as "The Look Of Love" reference
  12. You can remarkably find many concerts of M (upscaled and remastered by fans) on YouTube but not so much official remastered uploads from her label. I hope one day we can have all her videos in 1080p officially remastered.
  13. Would it be too much to wish for this man to be impeached ASAP? Loathe him more each passing day.
  14. Shouldn't we post screencaps instead of embedding Madonna's instagram posts for those that don't use it?