Contributed anonymously: One of Inside Madonna’s staff members spoke candidly with Liz Rosenburg, Madonna’s Publicist, Monday afternoon. We know Liz isn’t known for being completely open about all Madonna’s projects. Besides, she can’t spill all the beans. That’s why she is her publicist.
What she told us:
2: Most likely, any new music we will hear by Madonna this year will be the BOND THEME (still untitled). The Bond film is tentatively set for November 2002. The Madonna contribution to the film will be a single and is the theme song!
3: Madonna will not appear at the Grammys. Why Liz would lie escapes us, unless it’s hush hush. But we are under the impression Madonna wasn’t impressed by her loss last year, and she wouldn’t be doing them any favor too soon.
4: The new album is most likely going to be released in early 2003.
You can read the full interview at the site; insidemadonna.tripod.com.
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February 22, 2002 – After Madonna came into New York for a week without husband Guy Ritchie, some were speculating there was trouble with the couple. Ritchie’s rep, Kris Thykier, insists that’s not the case. “It’s nonsense,” she said, adding, “I’ve never seen two people happier. A married couple can be separated for a week. Madonna just popped over to New York to see people.”