Madonna is outraged that ABC’s ‘Good Morning America’ aired footage of a mother breast-feeding her 8-year-old son. “People have no morals, I swear to God,” fumed to Rick Dees on Monday. “The things that people do for ratings! It’s unforgivable.” She said Stuckey’s behavior was “incest” adding, “The world is collapsing. Why is there a tape of it? It’s terrible. That child will never recover. How dare ‘Good Morning America’ play that tape?”
Madonna’s Son Rocco Enjoys A Day In The Park
November 4, 2002 – Madonna and Guy Richie’s son Rocco appeared to be enjoying his big day out in a Central London park on Monday (November 4) with his nanny. During the stroll, Rocco makes a break for the pigeons and watches them fly into the air.
Noisy Neighbors Draw Madonna’s Rage
November 3, 2002 – The Sun reports Madonna is furious with neighbors in Beverly Hills after building work kept her awake while she was there promoting her bomb of a film ‘Swept Away’. The Material Girl wrote a page-long complaint and pinned it to their door.
Madonna Set To Do Ad For Oxygen
October 31, 2002 – The Sun reports Madonna is set to star in a commercial for the women’s cable network Oxygen. It is the Material Girl’s first American commercial she’s done since Pepsi in 1989, which featured the controversial ‘Like A Prayer’ video, leading to the singer’s ouster from her cola deal. An aide for Madonna commented, “She appreciates the pro-women philosophy of Oxygen and was keen to get on board.”
New Resident Madonna Tops UK Music Earners
October 31, 2002 – Madonna is top of the pops when it comes to Britain’s biggest music earners, according to a teaser of the latest Sunday Times Pay List, which ranks the 500 highest-paid people in the country. Michigan-born Madonna, who raked in more than $56 million in the year to September 30, 2002, qualified for the second annual list after she became a British resident. The figure was enough to beat out Sir Paul McCartney and Sir Mick Jagger.
Madonna And Guy Didn’t ‘Swept Away’ Out Of Love
October 30, 2002 – Madonna and husband Guy Ritchie didn’t get paid for starring and directing ‘Swept Away.’ “I was the only one that didn’t get paid,” she told Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet. “Guy and I had decided that I would do this movie out of love.”