Madonna Learns To Krump

The Sun reports that has been learning to krump for her upcoming world tour. “ has been practicing krumping ever since she filmed the videos to ‘Hung Up’ and ‘Sorry’,” a source said. “It started as un underground dance in gangland LA and now wants to make it her own. Madge has ordered a unique spinning platform to be designed so she and her dancers can recreate Studio 54’s extravagant scenes. She has also ordered dozens of disco balls to decorate the stage with authentic Seventies lighting.”

Madonna: Too Old, Too White And Too English

March 28, 2006 – Telegraph reports that many leading radio stations in the United States now regard 47-year-old Madonna as passée and are refusing to give her the airtime she once enjoyed. “I think the key reason why she is more popular in Britain and Europe than she is in America is that she lives here now,” Q magazine deputy editor Gareth Grundy opined. “A lot of Americans now think of her as an expat. She is no longer the American girl next door who turned herself into the greatest-ever pop star.” Madonnalicious fan site operator Clare Parmenter added, “Fans in America who have tried to request Sorry on some American radio stations have found that stations are just not interested any more. They say she does not fit their demographics.” Read more.

Madonna Is #1 Musician In Forbes’ Celebrity 100

March 25, 2006 – Madonna is back in the annual “The Celebrity 100” list compiled by Forbes magazine after a year of absence. This year the Queen of Pop scores a Power Rank of 8 among all media personalities, with a $50 mil pay (rank #11), 3,100,000 web hits (rank #5), 13,488 press clips (rank #30) and 268 in TV/Radio (rank 19). Surprisingly, she has never appeared on the cover of any of 17 major consumer magazines considered for this list. Madonna is #1 among musicians ahead of Elton John (Power Rank #9) and P Diddy (Power Rank #20). She is also the second female celebrity to make the Top Ten, which is lead by Oprah Winfrey who goes up to #1 from last year’s #3.

This year’s Top Ten:
1. Oprah Winfrey
2. Tiger Woods
3. Mel Gibson
4. George Lucas
5. Shaquille O’Neal
6. Steven Spielberg
7. Johnny Depp
8. Madonna
9. Elton John
10. Tom Cruise

Madonna Records Part In Guy’s Kids Flick

March 25, 2006 – Neil Sean of Sky News reports that Guy Ritchie is planning on doing a children’s cartoon for his next project, and his wife Madonna has one of the parts. “She has already recorded the part and was great,” an insider at their film company said, “but it’s not really a full film acting role, is it?”

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