Archive: Madonna

Madonna shows off her hairy armpit, saying “Long hair….don’t care!”

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I’m sorry – when I say what I’m about to say I want you to know that I don’t mean to offend anyone. If you have long hair in your armpit, then fine…that’s your biz. I think it is DISGUSTING. I don’t know what it is, but seeing armpit hair in a woman’s armpit makes me want to throw up. In fact this pic kind of got my gag reflex.

If Madonna can’t make armpit hair look good, then no one can. But that’s just my opinion.

The 55-year-old shared the selfie above on Thursday, writing, “Long hair…… Don’t Care!!!!!! #artforfreedom #rebelheart #revolutionoflove.”

Even as a teen, Madonna let her underarm hair grow. “Going to high school, I saw how popular girls had to behave to get the boys. I knew I couldn’t fit into that. So I decided to do the opposite,” she told Harper’s Bazaar in December 2011. “I refused to wear makeup, to have a hairstyle. I refused to shave. I had hairy armpits.”

“The boys in my school would make fun of me,” Madonna said of being “tortured” in school. “‘Hairy monster.’ You know, things like that.” It wasn’t until her late teenage years, when she began hanging out at gay clubs, that the pop star found her identity. “Straight men did not find me attractive. I think they were scared of me because I was different. I’ve always asked, ‘Why? Why do I have to do that? Why do I have to look this way? Why do I have to dress this way? Why do I have to behave this way?’”

The same day Madonna shared her armpit selfie, she also introduced a commercial for MDNA Skin, an anti-aging line she launched in Japan in collaboration with MTG, the nation’s leading beauty company.

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Madonna names Rita Ora the new face of Material Girl!

Madonna has chosen Rita Ora as the new face of her Material Girl clothing line! Rita will replace Georgia May Jagger, in the new $760,000 deal.

The 22-year-old Jay-Z protege took to Instagram to share the big news. “Joining forces with Madonna and Lola!” she wrote. “It’s official Ritabots – I’m the new face of Material Girl!” (Did she just say Ritabots?)

Madonna and her daughter Lola, 16, are also excited. They released a press statement this morning saying, “Rita is a talented beauty but what really drew us to her is the confidence she oozes through her music and her unique sense of style. On stage or off, in photos or on the street – she’s a magnet! This is what the Material Girl brand is all about!”

Apparently Rita was chosen by Lola. A source told The Sun, “Lourdes has been a fan of Rita for a while and has been to many of her gigs. She persuaded her mum to see her. Rita jumped at the chance because she’s such a fan of the Queen of Pop. She also hopes it will help her crack the States in the same way she has the UK.”

Rita’s Fall 2013 campaign will be unveiled in July!

 

Diet Coke unveils a Madonna-inspired bottle!

Diet Coke has just unveiled a new line of bottles, and one is inspired by Madonna’s famous cone bra!

Designer Jean Paul Gaultier, the designer who created the iconic 1990 outfit, has been appointed the creative director of Diet Coke.

His first order of business was to create the new bottles, showing of the styles of Madonna, and one of his own with white and blue stripes.

The cream-colored Madonna bottle, which has no official tie to the singer, is painted with a fishnet corset and, of course, cone bra.

Coke has long been a partner to fashion, having worked with Karl Lagerfeld and Dolce and Gabbana in the past, but now the cola brand is taking it a step further, mixing music history and style into one campaign.

Unfortunately for American Madonna fans, the Jean Paul Gaultier bottles are for a European campaign, and therefore won’t be available in the U.S. Watch a TV spot for the new Coke campaign below


First Look: Madonna’s Truth or Dare Fragrance Commercial

Truth or Dare Fragrance
Truth or Dare by Madonna is a contemporary and sexy reinvention of a classic, robust signature white floral. The unique blend of narcotic florals, balanced with addictive woods and vanilla, create a scent that is timeless yet modern, simultaneously dark and light. The addition of gourmand notes such as Vanilla and Caramelized Amber makes the fragrance stand out from traditional floral fragrances and gives it a contemporary edge. Experience the opulent and sensual scent of Truth or Dare by Madonna with the new fragrance collection for women.

$24.00-$68.00