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The pop music world has always been fiercely competitive so when Taylor Swift's music video for “Bad Blood” suddenly got pitted against Madonna's clip for “B*tch, I’m Madonna” things got a little dicey.
Thankfully, the “Shake It Off” songstress took the high road and decided not to buy into all the hype. Taylor told Vanity Fair, “I felt so much resentment that they would take two women who made ambitious music videos and use that as a qualifying factor to comparing and contrasting them.”
Following a slight delay, Madonna is gearing up to unveil her much-anticipated music video for “B*tch I’m Madonna” on Wednesday (June 17).
The “Like a Virgin” songstress sent a preview clip to the good folks at “Good Morning America” and Lara Spencer introduced the video by comparing it to Taylor Swift’s previously-released “Bad Blood” project.
There’s been all kinds of speculation regarding Madonna's spur-of-the-moment make out session with Drake at Coachella last night (April 12) and now the truth has come out.
Earlier today rumors ran rampant that the “Recognize” hitmaker was disgusted by the way Madge aggressively kissed him, and from the photos of the incident it was clear that he made a less-than-excited facial expression immediately after the moment.
The handsome musician invited Madge to join him on stage for his song “Madonna,” and afterwards she sang parts of “Human Nature and “Hung Up” before strutting over to him and making out with him for a good 10 seconds.
The “Material Girl” songstress last appeared on the front of the publication back in 1990 for their 25th birthday edition and she’s evolved quite a bit over the past quarter century. She explains, “Popularity comes and goes. You need to know who you are, what you stand for, and why you’re here.”
She’s the epitome of girl power these days, but Madonna fell victim to a rapist after moving to New York City when she was 19 years old.
While chatting with Howard Stern on Wednesday (March 11), the “Papa Don’t Preach” songstress recalled her reasons for not calling the cops after she was violated (she initially shared her story in a 2013 Harper’s Bazaar interview).