Rosie O’Donnell visited ‘The Tyra Banks Show’, revealing in a show set to air on Thursday that Madonna is “a lot like a big sister”, helping the 46-year-old deal with menopause. “When I started having my hormone things, I’m like, ‘What the hell is going on?’ she’s like, ‘Get the cream’,” Rosie told Tyra.
A report on the interview from E! has since been removed.
Madonna Kisses Jesus Luz At Pre-Oscars Party
February 22, 2009 – Madonna enjoyed a pre-Oscars dinner at the Grey Goose Cecconi’s party in Melrose, kissing her new 22-year-old boyfriend Jesus Luz as Sir Elton John and David Furnish, Sienna Miller, Matthew Rhys, Dev Patel and Oscar nominee Marisa Tomei looked on. “Madonna looked completely smitten with Jesus, and so did he with her,” a witness told The Mirror. “They stayed in their candlelit corner all night, even when Elton John came and went they didn’t leave their seats to greet him. Madonna is usually quite reserved when she is with a guy in public but she didn’t care who saw her with Jesus.”
Madonna And David Leaving LA Kabbalah Center
February 22, 2009 – Madonna was spotted leaving the Kabbalah Center in Los Angeles with her adopted son David Banda, who fired a pink toy gun at the waiting paparazzi on Friday (February 2) before they entered an awaiting SUV. Note: The image provided by Bauer Griffin has since been removed.
Madonna’s Relationship With Jesus All About Publicity?
February 17, 2009 – A source tells The Mirror that Madonna’s relationship with young Brazilian male model Jesus is designed to drum up publicity for her tour. “It’s a classic Madge publicity stunt but suits both parties well,” the tipster told the British tabloid. “Despite her advancing years, she looks like she’s still got what it takes to pull a 22-year-old.” Read more.
Guy Ritchie Gutted After Madonna’s Child Custody Win
January 31, 2009 – The Sun reports Guy Ritchie was gutted after ex-wife Madonna won a court order to have their sons Rocco and David move to the U.S. “Guy will still see his sons all the time,” a friend of the film director said. “He said, ‘It doesn’t matter where they live — they will always have the hearts and souls of Englishmen.’ Football, appreciating the countryside, good humor and decent music — Guy’s determined these symbols of Britishness will forever be part of their lives.” Read more.