Madonna and her family spent Saturday at the Kabbalah Centre before going home to change for the big costume party later that night. Pictures and video from x17online.com have since been removed.
Madonna Earned $175 Million In 2006
March 7, 2007 – Contributed by StilettoSadist: Billboard Magazine, issue date March 3, reports Madonna earned $175,143,644 in 2006. Madonna delivered her 10th studio album, the Grammy Award-winning “Confessions on a Dance Floor,” in late 2005. The disc debuted in the pole position of The Billboard 200 and went on to spend 30 weeks on the chart in 2006. According to Nielsen SoundScan, “Confessions” has sold 1.6 million units in America. In May 2006, Madonna kicked off the Confessions Tour, which was the top-grossing tour ever by a female artist and grossed slightly less than $195 million, according to Billboard Boxscore. Shortly after the tour commenced, Madonna became the worldwide spokesmodel for global retailer H&M.
How To Get Madonna’s Look For Less
March 5, 2007 – Jennifer Uglialoro, H&M’s fashion spokesperson, revealed to ‘Extra’ how you can look like a rock star for under $200 with their new line of clothing inspired by Madonna. “It’s a collection of her personal favorites, so it’s really unique, timeless and glamorous,” Jennifer dished. Read more and watch the segment here.
Madonna And Kate Moss Launching Competing Clothing Lines
February 22, 2007 – With Madonna launching a clothing line for H&M and Kate Moss doing one for TopShop, the Material Girl spoke with Neil Sean of Sky News about her famous competition. “I loved her designs and really think she has a great flare for that area,” Madge said of Moss. “Mine, well, I am totally pleased that the world will soon be dressed by me.”
Madonna Talks With Sirius Radio
February 16, 2007 – Madonna sat down yesterday with Sirius radio host Larry Flick to discuss and promote her ‘Confessions Tour’ CD/DVD. While there, Madonna hinted about a future collaborator; Pharrel Williams. She also discussed what she learned about herself and as a performer after her recent worldwide tour. She also discusses her so called “controversial” stage performances including her famous ‘Live to Tell’ performance. Madonna also spoke about how much closer she felt to her fans this time because she was able to reach out to touch and connect with people from her catwalk. She also discusses her many proud moments of the tour including her own moments and the people she worked with. Madonna also revealed that she did not like Justin Timberlake’s album at first but how over time she grew to love it. Madonna also mentions how impressed she was by Gnarls Barkley’s latest album. Larry also asked Madonna about her gay fan base. Madonna also reveals about the people she would like to be like including: Ghandi, Martin Luther King, and John Lennon, but how she wants to stay alive. Listen to a stream or download the full interview at absolumentmadonna.fr.