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  1. Mariah Carey/KFC/Lots of Steak thread

    OMG! Mariah is playing at the Sandstone Point Hotel on her Australian tour. That venue is just a pub! It's going to be a very intimate show for her fans...
  2. Miley Cyrus

    So today I found out that the lyric in Younger Now is "You know what goes up must come down" and not "You know what goes up my skirt now".
  3. Gwen Stefani

    Meh. As a Jewel fan, I've had it much tougher than this. TWO Christmas albums and TWO children's albums!
  4. Don't stress what they think, we and most of the general public know the truth. The thing I always love about M is that no matter who she collaborates with, the end result is either good to brilliant. This consistency to me is a clear sign that M is very talented and has a lot of input into the songs. Gaga on the other hand just hasn't produced the goods in her career unless RedOne was at the helm, implying that it was actually he who had the pop-song writing / zeitgeist knack, at the time at least.
  5. Rebel Heart Tour DVD/Blu-ray

    Bought mine - what a fantastic keepsake of two of the best nights of my life
  6. Selena Gomez thread

    I'd never really listened to her before except for Love You Like A Love Song, which was everywhere when I lived in Toronto briefly, but Bad Liar made me wanna check her out more. I'm very surprised because I actually think she's got a strong collection of tunes. Anyone else here think the same or am I alone? Because she lacks a personality, both as far as her voice and artistic presence goes, she's kind of a chameleon who pulls off a bunch of stuff. Same Old Love is a great, bitter song. The Heart Wants What It Wants and Good For You are both great slow jams. Kill Em With Kindness is a highlight on my running playlist and Who Says is a good empowerment anthem. Bad Liar and Fetish are both good songs (particularly the former), but her new album has no release date. Are they aiming for a surprise release or are they holding it back because the singles didn't set the world on fire?
  7. Rebel Heart Tour DVD/Blu-ray: Pre-order now available

    As an Aussie fan whose first live experience of Madonna was on the RHT, this dvd is an important keepsake for me, and something I desperately want to own. I hope it still gets released.
  8. Fuck it, if the letter is real, it only makes me like Madonna more. It's nice to know that even the Queen has bouts of insecurity and career uncertainty. Madonna's not a bad person for sharing private thoughts with a close friend. The close friend IS a bad person for exchanging those thoughts for cash. And yet I still haven't seen a single headline saying "Queen of Pop betrayed by confidante from the past". Funny that. I also love the glimpse into her mind at a time of personal hardship for her. It sounds like the Madonna that emerged shortly after - a woman who values family above fame, and work ethic above celebrity worship - was being born in this struggle. There's a yearning in her voice: "what do I have to do to please these people, and where do I find love and acceptance if not from them?" She'd find the answers a few years later.
  9. MADONNA REWIND: "4 Minutes"

    I didn't like it when released, nor did I like it for many years after that. But last year while jogging, I gave it a spin and suddenly noticed how she's singing about the Law of Attraction in the song, and now I really appreciate it. If you want it, you've already got it If you thought it, it better be what you want If you feel it, it must be real Just say the word and I will give you what you want
  10. Why does JEZEBEL hate her so much?

    @Nick I agree that it can be an issue in some instances. For example, it bothers me when Australian aboriginal items are made in China or elsewhere overseas and then sold by non-Indigenous people. I feel that cultural appropriation is avoided when a person colloborates with representatives from the culture they are referencing in their work. Madonna did this with Vogue, but now I see she routinely gets criticised for using certain minorities as "props", so it's set up as a 'no-win' game. @Gus love that quote, what an intelligent person Madonna is. Will read that article now. @Jazzy Jan yes to everything you said! Funny how many limits some so-called feminists try and apply to their sisters.
  11. Why does JEZEBEL hate her so much?

    Cheers, I'm going to remember that and use it in future. In regards to cultural appropriation, I've come to think of it as a sneaky assault on freedom, specifically, the freedom an artist has to express themselves.
  12. Ke$ha

    Wow, a really powerful song. The louder vocals grate a little, but I bet it was cathartic for her to sing it that way. It might do really well for her - anyone following her saga will tap into the emotion, but the song also works as an ode to an ex and a bitter break-up. Clever writing.
  13. Katy Perry thread

    http://www.avclub.com/article/katy-perry-adds-australia-koalas-list-things-shes--257695 As a massive Australian wildlife nerd, I'm conflicted about this. But ultimately, for the plight of the koala, a throwaway remark by a visiting celebrity in an advertisement is going to have much less impact on them than the sprawling housing developments and highway upgrades absolutely decimating their homes all down the east coast. I also think angry reactions are a wasted opportunity - I'm sure Katy would love to bring attention to the challenges facing wild koalas, but attacking her for a mindless comment isn't going to get that outcome, is it?
  14. Piano Bar. Madonna's next segment

    When I was daydreaming a Madonna setlist a few years ago, I imagined a slinky, seductive piano jazz section. One of the songs I imagined was the verses of Frozen, leading into the chorus of Skin, before eventually ending on the chorus of Frozen. I just love the idea of Madonna all glammed up like a film noir jazz singer, singing "do I know you from somewhere?" and uniting two great Ray of Light tracks.
  15. I Have Truth On My Side

    Couldn't have said it better myself, @Jazzy Jan! I embarrassingly came across this song quite late in my fandom and it is one of my favourites, for all the reasons you say! 💪💪