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  1. I can only speak for me but it was the staggering amount of demos/songs. The final album had 25 songs and that's two normal albums for her. I wanted that experience first and then the chance to dive in and enjoy the demos when I needed a new Madonna fix. I have always enjoyed listening to demos independent of my feelings regarding the fact they were stolen then leaked. Of course I want to hear the material however it came to be made public. As an almost three decade long fan, I love experiencing her new music and it's an experience for me. 1-3 demos yes but almost various forms. I am more deliberate about ingesting then.
  2. I have never listened, as I didn't want to spoil the "album" experience and it just seemed overwhelming the amount of them. Maybe it's time. Is there a place they are all accessible?
  3. It's a decorative pillow, it's a good message. I don't get the issue with the post.
  4. The impact can't be understated. It made her an icon to a whole new generation of fans. It's my favorite award show performance by her.
  5. Legend of Billie Jean realness. #fairisfair
  6. 3 words MILKY WHITE BREASTS #allthewayMay
  7. The knives are out...reaching Madonna-level out. It means she's actually a threat. And if you slice and dice to make a story you can usually find one and the people reading will often just buy it. Someone's definitely out to sabotage Ms. Perry. Gaga is not a threat, can't buy a hit song, so that's why her dressing like Adolph Jackson for her pre-election performance was not met with any wrath. It had no substance and was more dress up and show off.
  8. TMZ (the National Enquirer online) and Trump media have the knives out for Princess Katy right now. They are going in. Yet there's the Karashians, Janet and Gaga getting pimped with their paid placements.
  9. It was on her birthday so she was already "in the news" and then with the fall it was huge headline news. It was the lead story on Drudge Report, which even thought it's a conservative news source, tells sort of her relevance. The internet news had the story way before TV outlets. The multiple broken bones and the Christopher Reeve effect being so recent still there was a few hours of WTF for sure. She was coming off Live Aid madness as well, where she got all the headlines.
  10. She's got Bey's belly to contend with for Met Gala press. Rest assured Beyonce will NOT miss a grand photo opp to pimp her pregnancy.
  11. This is a classic example of the numbers not aligning with the truth and reliance on statistics not telling the whole story. In 1991, Truth or Dare was a phenomenon and also revitalized documentaries in many ways to mainstream audiences. I lived it. I think, at the time, it was the highest grossing documentary in history. It reinvented the model and also created reality TV as we know it today. It played in small town middle American theatres - AIDS marches, gay kissing, simulated masturbation and all. Is started its run in limited release in large cities but was so successful it went wide, as a doc. Don't doubt, it was a revolution and a blockbuster. AND it's relevance lives on today #strikeapose.
  12. It's all PR. The mainstream media care nothing about Debbie Harry (or Sheryl Crow for that matter) and so to make it RELEVANT, they bring up Madonna. Both women are smart enough to know if they shade her, they will get column inches. Slagging Madonna is one of the oldest tricks in the book.
  13. The desperation is real and the strategy is apparent. She's got the second weekend still to push this new song and so in her mind that's around 14 days of possible chart position to inhabit. And I'm sure it will all be heavily discounted. Wasn't Mark R shading Chainsmokers during Perfect Illusion run...and then Gaga's steals their basic song playbook. The thirst for a hit is REAL.
  14. LIVING for the shade towards Pepsi on Instagram...especially her "side note" in the first post of the Jenner commercial. The tea is scalding. AND Madonna's actual Pepsi commercial was PG rated heaven...which the media will forget and think the commercial was the music video. And I fucking hate how little Jenner dumb girl is pretending to be so innocent, when she took the money, acted the shots and had that shit all over her social before the backlash. I'd prefer people think I had a brain and was just tone deaf that to thinking I was actually a walking mannequin. Either way, Madonna rules forever and LOL at finally having her day.
  15. Is it April 1 already in some countries?