Madonna & Guy Attend ‘Revolver’ London Premiere

and hubby Guy Ritchie attended the ‘Revolver’ London Premiere on 20th at Odeon Leicester Square in London, England. Check out pictures from RexFeatures (premiere / afterparty) and GettyImages (arrivals / afterparty).

Madonna’s Latest LP Touted To Be A Big Winner

September 28, 2005 – is set to launch a heavy promotional campaign in support of her new album ‘Confessions On A Dance Floor’, including appearances on the globe’s major TV talk shows. “They know they are on to a winner,” a source said. “The album has got hit written all over it and they want to make sure it gets as big a push as possible.”

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4 thoughts on “Madonna & Guy Attend ‘Revolver’ London Premiere

  1. EdwardAlex says:

    They are such a gorgeous couple.

  2. hookedonmimi says:

    TeamLamb would like to announce that Fox News reporter Roger Friedman is now a member of our campaign. We also have our own domain name now:

  3. CELEBR8 says:

    I finally checked out this site and whoever runs it is just as crazy as’, ‘Mariah is. Janet Jackson stole her moves from Mariah, Madonna can’t sell out stadiums like Mariah, Whatever. Has anyone seen who the “members” are? Enough said.

  4. COAD says:

    no he isn’t… and a friend of mine is sending out false statement notices to all’, ‘critics that you have been fake quoting for.

    Just so yuo all know teamlamb doesn’t have friedman’s support Friedman From Fox on ISAAC Song. An article from Roger Friedman at FOX News, as usual not very kindMadonna’s New Song About Kabbalah Founder Madonna likes to think of herself as being on the cutting edge, so she probably thinks a song called “Isaac” on her new album, about the founder of modern Kabbalah, is just the ticket. But Isaac Luria (1534-72), a messianic figure, was already the subject of a clever “X-Files” episode from 1997 called “Kaddish.” Madonna used to sing her sensational lyrics while gyrating around in rubber. But she’s a religious woman now. This new song, from “Confessions on a Dance Floor,” is a paean to Luria. The 16th-century religious leader is suddenly hip, I guess. Of course, the old Madonna ” the one with a sense of humor ” could have covered “When Messiah Comes,” the witty Sheldon Harnick song cut from “Fiddler on the Roof.” “Isaac” (I guess we should be glad it’s not called “Ike”) also includes a spoken-word interlude from a member of the London Kabbalah Center named Yitzhak Sinwani.I don’t know if this constitutes a duet, but Madonna rarely has other performers on her records. They could qualify in next year’s Grammys under Best Performance, Duo or Group. Madonna, you may recall, visited Luria’s grave when she was in Israel last year. The Detroit-born Catholic, like many others, wanted to pay homage to the developer of this mystical element of Judaism. Of course, nothing about rock stars embracing religion is new. George Harrison promoted Hare Krishna, Bob Dylan has been both a devout Jew and a born-again Christian and John Lennon wrote a couple of songs about Jesus. For Madonna, though, Kabbalah continues to take on more and more importance. Whether her fans will agree is another thing. The pop star is coming off her worst-selling album ever, the 2003 debacle “American Life.”

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