Madonna is one the all-time greatest performers selling out crowds wherever Madonna performs. In addition to Madonna's enormously successful career in the entertainment industry she also know as a great philanthropist. Expect to continue to hear the songs
Ready to take part in a special evening, Madonna will be on hand to present Anderson Cooper with an award at the GLAAD Media Awards later this month.
The Material Girl and the television host are longtime friends, so it is only fitting that she dole out the Vito Russo Award at the event, which celebrates openly gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender media professionals who have made a difference in promoting equality.
She constantly puts out great music, and Rihanna is poised to tie Madonna for the fourth-most #1 songs in the history of the Billboard Hot 100 Chart.
Thanks to her brand new “Diamonds” track (12th overall), Ri-Ri will achieve the coveted spot as of next week’s figures. From here, the “Umbrella” songstress will continue to try and climb the ranks, and at this rate it seems likely she’ll catch up with Michael Jackson’s 13 #1 hits.
Putting on her usual high energy performance, Madonna paid an unusual tribute to those affected by Hurricane Sandy earlier this week (November 12).
The Material Girl revealed during her Madison Square Garden concert that she’d visited the Big Apple's heavily damaged Rockaways area earlier in the day, further explaining that she witnessed amazing acts of humanity, saying, “Why do we always have to wait until a catastrophe happens to show this kind of love and compassion?”