2164 posts categorized "MADONNA"
Lady Gaga posted a shot from a 2011 Metallica concert, claiming it was from her own gig this week. When called out, she testily reposted a photo from the festival she was playing, snarking that perhaps some Madonna fans could use a microscope to count the obviously large number of people who were there to see...
...well, to see a number of acts. It's a festival, not a Gaga concert.
Oh, and the second image she tweeted was from the Quebec festival she was playing, but from 2013.
Just a really weird exchange.
Wow, Madonna seems to be hinting at a new song (I'm guessing an album track!) that sounds like a hauntingly beautiful ballad. Or at least, part of it does.
People You Know, a new LGBT Web series, is here!
Supreme Court deals a blow (snicker) to ex-gay advocates.
Drunk-ass girls fall down go BOOM.
BET gives Lionel Richie lifetime achievement award...to Lionel Ritchie.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-New York) has plan to “end the AIDS epidemic.”
Charles Saatchi sells painting of him strangling Nigella Lawson.
SMOOTHIE: Red-hot Michael Thurston.
The homophobia of...Rocky & Bullwinkle?
Vicious, with Ian McKellen & Derek Jacobi as 70something lovers, premieres tonight.
Anti-LGBT discrimination in long-term care facilities.
Amy Adams is a goddamned saint.
Approximately 70 douchey gays & lesbians worked directly for George W. Bush.
For some odd reason, Paris Hilton is still alive.
President Obama's pro-LGBT policies go global, come what may.
CNBC host accidentally outs glass-closeted Tim Cook, Apple CEO.
Author & ex-CEO says leaders should come out—being gay is good for business.
Abfab Herb Ritts outtake of Madonna a la Carmen Miranda leaks.
New front in the Gaga & Madonna Wars: French bulldog copying.
Pat Sajak needs to buy a consonant (LGBT?) when it comes to en-gay-gements.
Prison record for crimes related to bizarre fetish? Perfect GOP candidate.
Sam Smith wants your (homo)sexuality to be “a normality.”
140 things you never knew about Twitter. The pager thing is crazy!
Sen. Kay Hagan (D-North Carolina) leads her rivals in (conservative) poll.
Floyd, Virginia, expects dozens or more at 2nd annual Pride march.
Steve Grand thumbs his nose at his critics.
I'm working on a rather complete Madonna magazine-cover post and just ran across a brand-new one: As Is #21 uses a 1985 candid (a lovely one) to illustrate a sordid, poorly written (“Peter Shue was an American dream to the average impressionable mind,” it begins!) cover story about a drug dealer whose story sounds like something out of Goodfellas.
The Madonna angle? She allegedly met him in the '90s and tried to get him out of the (heroin) game, starting with an appearance in her “Secret” video...which never came to pass, as he stood her up in favor of his girlfriend. Arlyne Brickman, a mobbed up moll and prostitute, was a federal informant who wound up helping get this guy locked up, and apparently Madonna was being courted to turn her life story into a movie. Madonna herself was not called to testify because she sent word that it wouldn't help his case.
It's messy story, one in which he casually says he “hit that” and wasn't impressed with Madonna's stardom. One of the tackier Madonna cover stories ever, which makes it, of course, a must-have.
Fabio Fognini's is kiddin' around with these briefs.
Remembering the heyday of Madonna & Prince.
World Cup peen on display.
Massively cool macho-men shirts.
Michael Stipe on his first anonymous HIV test.
NASA's flying saucers.
Kid takes selfie with Queen Elizabeth.
Nutty gay Christian thinks celibacy is required.
Supremes side with anti-abortion activists on invading personal space.
Laverne Cox on transphobia and Season 3 of Orange is the New Black.
OITNB's Natasha Lyonne doing audio book of Lyme disease memoir.
Richard Kline, physical instructor to the stars of yesteryear.
Great divas with their drag mini- and maxi-mes.
Advocate owners blew Daytime Emmys red carpet.
Anti-Defamation League calls bullshit on Gary Oldman's apology.
This guy's thighs could drive a man to distraction.
Brendan Fehr gives superdated interview on “playing homosexual.”
Sam Smith debuts at record-smashing #2.
Tom Daley & Dustin Lance Black PDA it up.
Nutjob Pat Boone still pushing birther claptrap.
New Sia: “Big Girls Cry.”
Anti-gay rant: “The gas pump does not belong in the radiator!”
Boehner to sue Obama. [Eyeroll]
Lisa Whelchel & Charlotte Rae take the good, take the bad, take the selfie.
Fairly disastrous (in a good way) soccer wardrobe malfunctions.
Veep Joe Biden = a KatyCat.
Gay Survivor contestant killed in freak accident.
Appeals court decision “eviscerates states' same-sex marriage bans.”
Frequently married AG to argue against marriage equality in Florida.
Sen. Thad Cochran (R-Mississippi) barely survives primary.
Some guy in Pittsburgh was attacked by a frickin' scorpion at Walmart.
Mark would like $7K to do a coffee-table book of, well, this:
A stan war over whether Madonna is a slut or a great female role model—when does it end? More interesting is remembering when it began: An archived Usenet discussion that started in May of 1985 reveals how early the pro- and anti- factions entrenched themselves in the Madonna Wars. And it was all the same crap fans hear today, nearly 30 years later.
“Well, Madonna is playing in Pittsburgh tonight and I wish I could go but the tickets sold out for the Arena in a couple of hours. I don't want to talk about the music, I am just glad that some women are becoming mega-superstars on an equal footing with men. And I loved the movie she made too.
“The more successful role-models that young girls have while growing up, the healthier their outlook on life will be, I think. And the more informed choices they'll be able to make later on.”
That led to some prehistoric outraged WTF responses, including choice morsels such as: