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  1. Madonna Instagram Thread

    She just posted some for YOU in her instastories
  2. Lady Gaga thread

    at that staged AMA win and hammy acceptance speech at her concert which was filmed BEFORE the actual concert. She is so pathetic. I truly believe she's visited this forum here over the years and frequently sends Haus minions to sign up here as fake Madonna fans so they can try to paint her in a positive light.
  3. Not surprising but still gross NY Times Breaking News: President Trump defended Roy Moore, the Alabama Senate candidate, who is accused of sexual misconduct with minors: “He totally denies it." https://nyti.ms/2jMDsWV
  4. https://www.facebook.com/kyleandjackieoshow/videos/1789532684414965/ Kyle and Jackie O celebrate the life of Madonna
  5. Beyoncé Thread

    at these Halloween pics! Omg Strangé! I'm dying Miss Tina aka "Turn up Tina" dressed up as rock and roll diva, Tina Turner. Kelly Rowland and Jhene Aiko attend Ciroc Kicks Off Halloween dressed as Grace Jones' character, Strangé and Dorothy Dandridge character, Carmen Jones.
  6. Lady Gaga thread

    Boring performance. She has no stage presence at all and her voice is weak and bland. I feel sorry for her dancers. They are wasting their talent and reduced to performing megadumbed down moves for Lady Twoleftfeet.
  7. Lady Gaga thread

    Washington Post Lady Gaga tries on yet another new hat at Capital One Arena — but it doesn’t quite fit Lady Gaga performs during her “Joanne” world tour at Bell Centre in Montreal on Nov. 3. (Jason Merritt/Getty Images For Live Nation) By Chris Kelly, November 20 at 1:21 PM If you watched the American Music Awards on Sunday night, you saw Lady Gaga’s performance of her latest single, “The Cure.” The song is a love-heals-all-wounds ballad that sounds like everything else on pop radio, and the performance relied on the pyrotechnic tricks of arena shows. It was a highlight of the AMAs, but for the little monsters in attendance at the Capital One Arena, it was an awkward appetizer for the rest of Gaga’s show. The live-to-tape performance was shot half an hour before the Washington concert actually started, a strange anticlimax that set the tone for a night of half-measures from the would-be queen of pop. Gaga is touring in support of 2016’s “ Joanne ,” a soft-rock-and-country-kissed album that saw her time-hop in her pop DeLorean and switch muses from Madonna to Stevie Nicks. In kind, the gorgeously grotesque costumes and stagecraft that defined her early, avant-pop period have been replaced with glammy Americana: less Fame Monster, more Rhinestone Cowgirl. In that way, Gaga’s latest phase is all hat, no cattle. The songs of “Joanne” are confident but modest at best, middling at worst. “Diamond Heart” and “Perfect Illusion” fared best Sunday, with Gaga backed by Robert Palmer video girls and goth-cowboy-biker guitarists. But nothing off the new album could compare with the vitality of the supercharged synth-pop of early singles such as “Just Dance,” “Poker Face ” and “Alejandro,” the last of which let her showcase her vocal prowess. Throughout the night, she hit her notes and then some, proving herself to be an underrated singer; her dancing, on the other hand, strained that old “dance like nobody’s watching” saying. Unsurprisingly, there were plenty of platitudes from Gaga — a pop star who was woke before it was on trend — about feminism, being yourself and equality for all. But like the inane banter that she used to introduce each song, everything seemed canned, vapid and, at times, tonally deaf, like when she was mock-murdered by a dancer during “Paparazzi” and ascended to the heavens for “Angel Down,” a song she vaguely dedicated to “everyone we lost this year.” At several times during the night, Gaga herself was lost — or at least off the stage — as she changed costumes. These interminable interludes featured unnecessary jam sessions but also teased the transgressive Gaga of old, in the form of experimental video interludes somewhere between Beyoncé’s video albums, David Lynch’s “Blue Velvet” and Gaga’s “American Horror Story” gig. The music in these shorts — noisy, off-kilter, with hints of industrial and trap-EDM — was perhaps the most interesting of the night. Imagine if Gaga made songs out of that instead of her parents’ record collection. But no matter: The fandom that comes with Gaga’s level of pop stardom works as a cloak of invincibility. In the eyes of the sold-out crowd, Gaga could do no wrong. The same can be said for the fans that vote for the vox populi AMAs. Toward the end of the concert, the video screens were tuned to the broadcast to show the winner of favorite pop/rock female artist . . . Lady Gaga. Unfortunately, the acceptance speech Gaga gave after “shockingly” winning the award might have been her best performance of the night.
  8. http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/nude-photos-18-year-old-madonna-auction-article-1.3646399 Nude photos of 18-year-old Madonna going up for auction BY STEPHEN REX BROWN NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Monday, November 20, 2017, 2:23 PM The online auction house fighting a lawsuit over Madonna’s personal items plans to take bids on nude photos of the singer when she was just 18 years old. Gotta Have Rock and Roll announced bids will open Wednesday for “original, never-before-seen nude” photographs of Madonna taken in 1977 when she was a student at the Art Worlds Institute of Creative Arts in Ann Arbor, Mich. In some of the two dozen photos a young Madonna is practicing dance moves. “This photograph was shot in a series that is the earliest known nude photographs of Madonna. Very good condition, stamped on the verso by the photographer,” the listing for the photos reads. Bids start at $500. Madonna sued Gotta Have Rock and Roll in July over around two-dozen other personal items up for bid, including underwear she wore. She said she hadn’t realized they were no longer in her possession until they appeared online. The auction house countered that many of the items had been given to Madonna’s former friend and art adviser, Darlene Lutz. The auction on Madonna’s underwear and other items has been frozen while the dispute is resolved. Lutz’s attorney, Judd Grossman, said that to his knowledge, the latest photos up for bid are unrelated to the ongoing case in Manhattan Supreme Court. The nudes and negatives come with “a copy of Madonna's signed release,” the listing notes. Other music memorabilia up for bid in the new auction includes Michael Jackson’s original handwritten lyrics for “Billie Jean,” Tupac Shakur's death certificate and a human skull signed by Salvador Dali. Calls to attorneys for Madonna and the auction house were not returned.
  9. Beyoncé Thread

    https://www.newsday.com/entertainment/music/beyonce-forbes-highest-earning-1.15072875 Beyoncé tops Forbes’ highest-paid female musicians’ list Other top earners include Adele, Taylor Swift and Celine Dion By Frank Lovece Special to Newsday Updated November 20, 2017 5:36 PM Beyoncé jumped from No. 5 last year to clinch the top spot in Forbes magazine’s annual list of the highest-paid female musicians. Her critically lauded album “Lemonade,” the singer’s sixth No. 1 hit, and her subsequent Formation World Tour accounted for the bulk of the estimated $105 million that the 36-year-old artist earned between June 1, 2016, and June 1, 2017, said Forbes. This is nearly twice her $54 million last year or her $54.5 million the year before that. Coming at No. 2 for the second year in a row is English singer Adele, 29, who brought in an estimated $69 million, thanks in part to her first significant tour since 2011. Last year’s chart-topper, Taylor Swift, 28, scored $44 million to reach No. 3. At No. 4 is 49-year-old French-Canadian singer Céline Dion ($42 million), who returned to her Las Vegas residency after taking a break to mourn the January 2016 death of her husband, producer-manager René Angélil. Bronx native Jennifer Lopez, 48, who likewise has a Vegas concert series, reached No. 5, with $38 million. Newcomers since last year’s list are country-music icon Dolly Parton (No. 6, $37 million), 71, primarily from concerts and her Dollywood theme park, and legendary singer Barbra Streisand (No. 10, $30 million), 75, whose 14 shows last year sold $46 million in tickets; she also has a Netflix special that starts streaming Wednesday. Dropping off the list this year were Madonna and country star Shania Twain. To compile the list, Forbes looked at pretax income from concerts, record sales, publishing, endorsements and other business ventures, using data from Nielsen SoundScan, Pollstar and RIAA, and information from industry sources. 1. Beyoncé $105 million 2. Adele $69 million 3. Taylor Swift $44 million 4. Céline Dion $42 million 5. Jennifer Lopez $38 million 6. Dolly Parton $37 million 7. Rihanna $36 million 8. Britney Spears $34 million 9. Katy Perry $33 million 10. Barbra Streisand $30 million