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  1. MrMojoRisin

    The DVD

    Watch the cover be a shot from the GGW video
  2. MrMojoRisin

    final M a D o N n A Questionnaire

    - favorite theme/segment in the show: "Masculine/Feminine" - favorite song performed: "The Erotic Candy Shop" - favorite mdna song performed: "Love Spent" - favorite old song reinvention: "Justify My Love" - favorite performance dropped/popped in setlist later: "Love Spent" - favorite song coreography: "Girl Gone Wild" - favorite backdropp video (no m): "Nobody Knows Me" - favorite backdropp video (behind m): "Human Nature" - favorite scenography: "Like a Virgin" - favorite dancer: Adrien Galo - favorite costume: The one from the "Masculine/Feminine" section - favorite crowd/audience: Yankee Stadium Night 1 - favorite show performed: Yankee Stadium Night 1 - favorite malfunction: "The corset incident" during "Like a Virgin" - favorite scandal: St. Petersberg's anti-gay law - favorite Madonna look outside the venue: N/A - your personal highlight: "The Erotic Candy Shop" - your personal experince of mdna tour: saw the show at Yankee Stadium Night 1
  3. MrMojoRisin

    Buenos Aires - December 13 & 15

    People need to take Madonna's show in the proper context. Madonna herself explained the meaning of the performance back in August. The guns are meant to be "metaphors" and the show portrays a journey from dark to light. You have to go through darkness in order to get to light. All Madonna is trying to do is make the world a better place. And that's what most people want to do right now.
  4. From Gloria Estefan's Twitter: @GloriaEstefan "G’morning Tweeties!Saw MDNA’s spectacular show last night!That woman works HARD!!Had a blast with the family!Hope ur having a great day!XOXO"
  5. MrMojoRisin

    Miami 19th Nov 2012

    The crowd shots don't matter. On the "Confessions Tour" DVD, I don't remember seeing the audience AT ALL. If they showed the audience, it was very brief and they didn't show much. All that matters is that she gave a good performance, which she always does!
  6. Yes please. I can't believe Madonna says "I love her. I do love her," and people STILL try to interpret it as a diss. Did anyone hear what Madonna said before that? She wouldn't approve of the hatred coming from her "fans." She may think Gaga got inspired by her song, but it's clear that she doesn't find anything wrong with that. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cRjQMaSIvfc Watch the media spin this out of control, too.
  7. MrMojoRisin

    9 August - St. Petersburg

    This is exactly what Madonna AND Lady Gaga are against. I don't think either one of them would approve of this kind of behavior, whether it's coming from Gaga's fans or Madonna's fans.
  8. Gaga has never denied that David Bowie or Madonna influenced her. In fact, she thanks BOTH OF THEM in the "Thank Yous" in the booklet of her debut album, "The Fame."
  9. The screens were inspired by New York-based pop artist, Roy Lichtenstein, who was known for making commentary on pop culture in a humorous, tongue-in-cheek way. If Madonna said Lady Gaga was ripping her off in her show, it would contradict everything she said about Gaga earlier this year (see my previous post in this thread). It would also go against the anti-bullying message of Madonna's show.
  10. Some of the hate on this thread is really upsetting to see. I don't think Madonna or Gaga would be pleased, as both of their shows have such strong anti-hate, anti-conflict messages. Madonna doesn't think Gaga ripped her off. In the "20/20" interview, when asked if it feels like a rip-off, she says, "No, because she's she and I'm me." I also would like to call your attention to this video (watch at 0:58 - 1:17). Madonna has borrowed from many artists herself, too. I don't think any art is completely "original." Everyone gets inspiration from something/someone/somewhere. There's nothing wrong with that. [media=] Madonna has said that she feels flattered by Gaga's references to her in her work and would even consider doing a duet with her. I feel all art is open for interpretation, so this might not be a diss like most people are saying. And Gaga hasn't denied Madonna's influence on her work, she even thanked her in the booklet of her first album. They are both talented, strong, smart women and there is no need for this fan war. If you don't like someone's music, that's fine. But hatred is unnecessary. As Madonna said opening night, we all need to treat each other with respect.