Conan O’Brien joked during his Late Night monologue on Friday night, “Madonna adopted a young boy from Africa this week. And, this is the latest, she’s already bought him $10,000 worth of toys. Yeah, today the African boy said, ‘Tickle Me Elmo is great, but what I could really use is a sandwich’.”
Popular Item For African Kids
October 21, 2006 – Jay Leno joked during his Tonight Show monologue on Friday night, “Wesley Snipes, who was wanted for tax evasion, they said he owes $12 million. They found him in the country of Namibia, which has no extradition treaty with the United States. Yeah. In fact, their only hope of getting him back is if he’s adopted by Madonna. … As you may have heard, Madonna spent $28,000 this week on toys for her newly adopted boy from Africa. In fact, you know what the most popular selling item among poor African kids is now? You know what it? Maps to the stars’ homes.”
Madonna’s H&M Tracksuits Flop
October 17, 2006 – Contributed Anonymously: Radar magazine reports that three months after signing with H&M to design tracksuits for the store, sales are reported to have been very disappointing. When asked about how well the clothes were selling, a spokesperson for H&M claimed they were selling “very well,” yet refused to release numbers. The story and picture of the tracksuits packed on the rack, which suggests nobody is hurrying to buy them, has since been removed at radaronline.com.
Madonna Spends Big On Toys For Adopted Boy
October 20, 2006 – Jay Leno joked during his Tonight Show monologue on Thursday night, “Amnesty International said today, the United States is holding foreign people in secret locations against their will, and these celebrity adoptions must stop immediately. … Well, it said in the paper today, Madonna’s already spent $28,000 on toys for her new adopted baby from Africa. In fact, earlier today, Gary Coleman called Madonna and said, ‘Ma!'”
NBC Cuts Controversial Song From Madonna Special
October 19, 2006 – NBC is editing out a controversial portion of a Madonna concert scheduled to air November 22nd. During the song ‘Live to Tell’, the artist performed while on a cross which upset several family and religious groups. The network said, in a statement issued Thursday, that it is now taking that part of the concert out of the special. The full story at nbc-2.com has since been removed.
David’s Father Talks To Us Weekly
October 19, 2006 – Yohande Banda, father of Madonna’s soon-to-be-adopted son David, has talked with Us Weekly magazine about meeting Madonna. “She is such a lovely lady,” Mr. Banda said. “She asked me questions about me, David and my family.” Asked whether Madonna had sung one of her hit songs for him, Mr Banda said: “No, but she told me she sings for David.” Asked if Madonna had made any promises to him, Mr. Banda said: “She is one of our family now. In our Malawian culture, if you are wealthy and some of your relatives are poor, you are obliged, although not forced, to assist in any way you can. I am not asking for anything from Madonna, but when David grows up and is brought here and sees our poverty, he will certainly ask his mum to help.”