Madonna Has Fun With New Album
October 20, 2005 – Madonna tells Radio 1 that her new album ‘Confessions On A Dance Floor’ came out of the work involved in her documentary ‘I’m Going To Tell You A Secret’. “I just thought, I need a break, I need to dance, I need to lift myself up, I need just to have fun,” she said. “And so the record really came as an antidote to all the seriousness of everything else.”
Madonna Takes On Role With United Nations
October 20, 2005 – Jeannette Walls of MSNBC.com reports that Madonna will co-host a gala for the United Nations Association in Pasadena later this week. A source said, “Madonna’s not just the ambitious blonde with the cone bra anymore. She’s evolved and really cares about world issues.” Read more.
Madonna Renounces The Material World
October 20, 2005 – Jay Leno joked during his Tonight Show monologue on Wednesday night, “In a new movie documentary, Madonna renounces the material world, by saying we’re enslaved by it, and it will ultimately be our undoing. Madonna made this statement from her mansion in England.”
Madonna Clears Up ‘Isaac’ Confusion
October 20, 2005 – Though some say Madonna’s new song ‘Isaac’, featured on her forthcoming album ‘Confessions on a Dance Floor’, is disrespectful to revered Jewish Mystic Isaac Luria, the Material Girl says otherwise. “These are people making comments who are not informed,” Madonna told ‘Extra’. “The song ‘Isaac’ is about the guy who sang on the record, ‘Isaac’… It’s not about Isaac Luria.”