Musician Reggie Lucas, known to Madonna fans as the producer of her amazing first, eponymous album, has died at 65, Pitchfork reports.
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Madonna has posted a fan-created piece of art (why does her team allow for this confusing habit?) for a new release, which bears the same title as the new song she previewed at her Met Gala appearance: “Beautiful Game.”
Above: He came to slay, but he approached from the rear.
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Madonna's hail-Mary performance at the Met Gala was heavenly, consisting of “Like a Prayer,” a bit of a new song called “Beautiful Game” and a cover of Leonard Cohen's “Hallelujah.”
It can be easy to forget — and she sometimes helps her detractors forget — that Madonna is not only about razzle-dazzle and curves. As this performance demonstrated, she has unsurpassed artistry, can sing beautifully, and has sincere musicality.
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Wearing a stunning Gaultier frock all in black that conjured images of the Black Madonna, a saintly Madonna, with nary any cleavage in site, rocked the Met Gala, curtsying before the gathered minions:
Not only do I love this surprisingly restrained (like a coiled cobra) look, but this B&W shot of the prep is one of my fave images of her EVER. It has such a story to tell:
She's happy, like Mary Todd Lincoln before they left for the theater:
She isn't repeating herself, but she has rocked a veil before — and bitch, she's good at it:
Yesterday would've — and should've — been gay artist Keith Haring's 60th. What a visionary, and from all accounts an all-around good human being.
Marlene Stewart, who did Madonna's costumes for some of her best videos back in the day, just let slip some new info: That incredible chocolate-brown slip Madonna wears in her “Like a Prayer” video was apparently originally made for Natalie Wood!
Stewart, speaking to Vogue, said she found the slip at the iconic Western Costume Company: