Madonna Spotted Leaving London Hotel With Guy… And A Strap On!

and director husband Guy Ritchie were spotted leaving Claridges Hotel in London, England on Monday (September 10), where the singer was photographed carrying a Purple Penetrator strap-on dildo, sold by the British High street sex shop Ann Summers, in a clear plastic bag. Expect Madge to issue a statement for the sake of her hubby that the item, still in its packaging, was for a friend. Check out pictures here.

Madonna And Guy Ritchie Make Peace For David’s Sake

September 2, 2007 – News of the World reports Madonna and husband Guy Richie have agreed to call a truce as the couple are about to be monitored by Penstone Kilembe, a social worker from Malawi, to see if they are fit to be David Banda’s parents. “They’re on tenterhooks waiting for this man to arrive in the UK,” a friend revealed. “Things haven’t been great in their marriage recently but they’re determined to put on a good show for him. To send David back would be devastating and it’s something they’re determined to avoid at all costs.”

New Madonna Track Fizzles On Club 13’s Dance Floor

August 27, 2007 – The New York Post hears new music from Madonna was spun by the deejay at Thursday’s ‘Pop Rocks’ party at Club 13, but it didn’t go over as well as the Material Girl probably would have hoped. “Everyone cheered and was excited, but when it started playing, few were dancing,” a tipster told Page Six. “The song sounds almost exactly like Britney’s ‘Slave to You,’ which Pharrell also produced. The response was tepid at best. They need to go back to the drawing board with that one.”

Live Nation Looks to Steal Madonna From Warner Music In Megabucks Deal

August 22, 2007 – Billboard reports that Madonna is considering a deal with tour promoter Live Nation that would encompass recorded music, touring, merchandising and other business concerns. The value of the Live Nation offer, according to a source, would be an estimated $180 million, with the company potentially licensing the recording rights for about $30 million. The Material Girl’s current label Warner Music Group reported has offered her a deal that also includes a touring component, which could be helmed by rival promoter AEG Live.

No Adoption Snag For Madonna

August 6, 2007 – In response to reports suggesting Madonna is having troubles in her adoption of David Banda of Malawi, the singer’s rep Liz Rosenberg told 24/Sizzler: “The information regarding the adoption that was reported on Reuters is simply not accurate. The adoption process is going along very well and according to proper procedure.”

Madonna Adoption Hits Snag After Malawi Stops Monitor

August 6, 2007 – The Sunday Times reports Madonna’s plans to adopt David Banda have suffered a hitch with Malawian authorities preventing a social worker from visiting the pop star’s London home for an assessment. Malawi’s Minister of Women and Child Development Kate Kainja has stopped social worker Penston Kilembe from travelling to London twice in 18 months to monitor Banda’s progress under her care. The complete story at Breitbart.com has since been removed.

Madonna And Guy Dreading Malawian Child Welfare Inspection

July 16, 2007 – The Sun reports that Madonna and husband Guy Richie will open their home to Malawi’s top child welfare inspector in their bid to formally adopt David Banda. “This home study is a big deal – and Madonna and Guy have been absolutely dreading it,” a source explained. “Malawi is a conservative country that disapproves of drugs, alcohol, divorce and cheating. These assessments are very grueling and many couples don’t pass.

Morrissey Lashes Out At Fur Wearing Madonna In Concert

July 12, 2007 – A source tells 24Sizzler.com that Morrissey attacked Madonna at his concert in Norfolk, Virginia on Tuesday (July 10) over the Material Girl’s love of fur. “I wouldn’t be surprised if she [Madonna] made that African boy into a coat and wore him … for 15 minutes, and then threw it away,” the eco-friendly singer remarked.


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