Madonna Seen Out Scowling
They look so happy…not! (Photo courtesy of the Daily Mail)
For all Madonna‘s claims through her lying publicist, Liz Rosenberg, that her marriage is in tip top shape, why the constant stream of placed articles about her and affairs with significantly younger men like Alex Rodriguez and Justin Timberlake, that are unintentionally hilarious. Is it supposed to make her husband Guy Ritchie jealous since people know he’s been actively having sex with other women.
To add to her troubles, Madonna’s leaving Warner Music on a terrible, sour note, with her last CD for the label “Hard Candy” having completely flopped and her tour scraping forward with poor sales.
News of her husband cheating on her clearly floored her. She likes to sow chaos and wreak havoc in other people’s lives, but when hers hits the skids, she starts moping around New York with a devastated expression on her face.
She’s wrecked other people’s marriages in sleeping with their husbands, starting when she was 15 years old. Therefore, why is she surprised and upset all of a sudden now that it’s happened to her. Not to mention, Ritchie has been ogling his friends’ wives and girlfriends.
The story Madonna placed on TMZ regarding having an affair with baseball player Alex Rodriguez, then denying it after, in standard Hollywood fashion, was for publicity.
It was also funny and unbelievable at the same time, because A-Rod only likes chicks (get the joke).
Clearly she didn’t slip TMZ enough money, because they went on to discredit her publicist in another entry, when the excessive posts regarding her, clogged up their front page and received bad feedback from the public.
Guy Ritchie married her because of her fame and money she made from stealing copyrights. Now with her money dwindling from years of excessive spending and her fame fading (see poor record and tour sales) he let the mask slip.
Not to mention, had he stuck with a normal woman instead of marrying nutty Madonna, his life wouldn’t have turned out so messed up. He could have continued his career and made money from films. However, many say Madonna killed his career. She’s not an actress. She’s a box office punch line.
His debut film made him popular in Britain and Europe, then Madonna showed up, trapped him into marriage via pregnancy, stole him from his girlfriend, then stole the “Swept Away” remake from Vincent D’Onofrio, for which she was sued, in another of her vain, failed attempts at becoming an actress.
Madonna’s liar publicist Liz Rosenberg
Now the public does not take him seriously as a director and he is constantly mocked all over the Internet and in print for trying to make her a film star, via what is commonly referred to as the worst film ever, “Swept Away.” He’s constantly spouting off her Kabbalah foolishness that he is saddled with, for being enough of a sucker to put that mess in a film (“Revolver”).
People, let that be a lesson to you. Never steal someone from someone else and never marry someone because they are rich and or famous, as time can change things quickly and produce reversals of fortune.
Madonna’s Mouthpiece Blows Smoke
Fool me once shame on you, fool me twice …
Madonna’s high-powered PR maven, Liz Rosenberg, is shouting from the highest rooftop that Madge and hubby Guy Richie are NOT getting a divorce (despite the mounting evidence to the contrary). Now consider this …
Rewind to August 2006 — responding to reports that Madonna adopted a kid from Malawi, Ms. Rosenberg said Madonna “has not adopted a baby, despite reports that she has.”
That answer would be … FALSE.
Cindy Lauper rip off
Greta Garbo rip off
Marilyn Monroe rip off
(courtesy of www.madonnarevelations.blogspot.com)
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Trapped Into Marriage By Pregnancy, Madonna’s Husband Pines Away For Former Girlfriend
Talk continues of Madonna’s marriage to director Guy Ritchie being on the rocks. The Daily Mail has published an article claiming the two have agreed to a trial separation.
Madonna and Ritchie in trial split
Ninemsn, Australia – May 25, 2008
By ninemsn staff Rumours that Madonna will split from husband Guy Ritchie have gained momentum with fresh reports the pair are heading for a trial …
Madge’s marriage ‘on the rocks’
The West Australian, Australia – May 25, 2008
Madonna has had enough of arguing with her husband Guy Ritchie and her seven-year marriage is on the rocks, London’s Daily Mail reports today…
Tania Strecker (Guy Ritchie’s ex-girlfriend that he is still in love with)
Word in London is Guy Ritchie has been ogling one of his best friends’ wives, German bombshell Claudia Schiffer, who he reportedly has a thing for. Schiffer is married to Matthew Vaughn.
He was also said to be admiring big-breasted, and apparently silicone free, Kelly Brook, the ex-girlfriend of his friend actor Jason Statham.
Word is he does not like Madonna’s friend actress Gwyneth Paltrow (apparently he and many bloggers), but finds her attractive. On a night out, he was seen looking at her butt.
Madonna vindictively stated in an interview that he is not the man she thought he would be. Yea, like he married Cinderella. He married Cruela Deville.
Trapping a man into marriage through pregnancy, which she did, is not wise. Because if the man loves someone else, he will resent you for it.
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Madonna’s infringing CD “Hard Candy” has been the recipient of terrible reviews. The album really is quite poor and has seen the phony pop star butchering other people’s copyrighted works.
Many critics are now accusing her of ripping off others music and following trends well after they happened, when she falsely claims to be an innovator. No, she is the imitator and always has been.
In going over some of the songs on her “Hard Candy” CD I also heard other people’s lyrics on her album, not just mine. For example:
In one song she rips off R. Kelly stealing his lyric “Silence can seem so loud” from his big hit “I Believe I Can Fly.”
In another song she ripped off Ciara’s 2007’s smash “Promise” for her 2008 “Spanish Lesson” that appears on Hard Candy by lifting the following lyrics:
Ciara 2007: You can be my teacher I’ll do homework. You can give me extra credit baby I’ll do more work.
Madonna 2008: If you do your homework. Maybe I will give you more work.
Then there’s the 50 Cent rip off where she steals his song “Candy Shop” calling her own version “Candy Shop as well, whilst ripping off his lyrics.
She continually steals other people’s music, regurgitates substandard versions of it, claiming it as her own. She really knows how to mess up a song.
This type of conduct is unacceptable. Artists are supposed to bring something new to the table. Not rip off preexisting pieces of music and imagery, repackaging them as your own.
That’s the ultimate fraud. You don’t get worse as an artist than that. It tells the world you are a fake and not the real deal. No one respects that.
It’s funny, one reviewer points out she “ripped off” her own music via the infringing song “She’s Not Me” from “Hard Candy” that knocks off her previous infringing song “Sorry” from Confessions On A Dance Floor.
However, these are both tracks I had formally accused Madonna of infringing from my Copyrighted Catalog. That’s my writing style and the songs had been in the Copyright Office registered to me, years before she criminally stole them in violation of U.S. and U.N. law.
When trendsetting turns into trend-chasing, it’s time to hang it up.
Most surprising, some of Candy’s catchier moments are barely disguised thefts from other, better songs. She’s Not Me shamelessly apes Sorry from her own Dancefloor; Spanish Lesson steals so baldly from Timberlake’s Senorita and Like I Love You that it’s a wonder Madonna didn’t just sample those songs instead.
But perhaps Confessions was her swan song, a last best guess that left her sifting through sounds, searching in vain for that next groundbreaking, guaranteed hit.
Madonna’s ‘Hard Candy’ definitely not better with age
Madonna is known as one of those artists who jumps on the latest trends in music, only to leave it lying in the dust when she goes back into the studio to work on her next album. On “Hard Candy” the only thing that is offered up is lots of dancing, relationships and sex.
CD Review: Madonna “Hard Candy”
But with “Hard Candy,” Madonna plays catch-up with mainstream pop charts. She essentially has remade Nelly Furtado’s “Loose” and half of Justin Timberlake’s “FutureSex/LoveSounds,” following fashion trends that are 2 years old. Is this where Madonna wants to be?
Never mind the off-putting come-ons such as “My sugar is raw, sticky and sweet” from the opener, “Candy Shop,” or the nausea-inducing cover art redolent of down-market porn: Those are the least of Madonna’s problems. She banks everything on the catchy but vacant single, “4 Minutes,” in which Timbaland recycles the marching band trope that drove Gwen Stefani’s “Hollaback Girl.” With Timbaland and Timberlake in the foreground, Madge certainly doesn’t own the song; she is a bit player on her own track.
On “Hard Candy,” when she slags Madonnalikes such as Britney Spears and Furtado (“She’s Not Me”), the argument falls flat because these days, Madonna’s trying to be them.
CD reviews: Madonna’s ‘Hard Candy’ is more bland than sweet
Simply, one cannot imagine a major artist — and no matter how one feels about Madame Ciccone, she’s a star of the highest magnitude — releasing such tepid material.
“Hard Candy” feels and sounds like a desperate attempt to remain relevant, with Madonna enlisting the likes of Justin Timberlake, Timbaland, Pharrell Williams and Kanye West for support.
That’s sort of like enlisting Picasso and Van Gogh to paint a house.
What’s most apparent is that Madonna, at 49, has become what she must fear most: Irrelevant, boring and disposable.
— Regis Behe
Madonna’s hard sell for new album
Hard Candy is expected to make No.1 in the US and Australia in its first week and has been reviewed favourably in a number of overseas publications, but already there has been considerable negative press in her own country, most of it suggesting that the raunch, not to mention the music, is beginning to look a little tired.
It’s baffling that Madonna, of all people, couldn’t bring the best out of Timbaland and Pharrell, and the fact that she couldn’t highlights the degree to which she was in over her head. It’s sadder than the balding guy who buys a sports car; it’s like a balding guy who goes to buy a sports car and drives off with a lemon because he doesn’t know anything about cars. Unless Madonna can figure out how to recalibrate her identity in a way that compliments her, she could be facing an early retirement.
More sour than sweet
Madonna sounds out of touch on Hard Candy, her 11th album
It’s no secret Madonna is unhappy with the way time is ticking ever onward. But the cover of her new CD, Hard Candy, tells the story in a way that words cannot. There’s Madge, almost 50, in faux-bondage gear, trying to make like it’s 1992.
Make her think she’s invulnerable to the aging process, that she can keep up with the kids? She certainly tries, here. But that’s the problem — you can hear her trying…
For Madonna to get on the bandwagon at this late stage feels like a calculated (and belated) attempt to get some street cred…
The problem is Madonna. She sounds out of touch, like she’s not sure what to do with herself. Her trademark frigid coo doesn’t fit with these bump ‘n’ grind rhythms, and her usually harmless pop hooks repeatedly fall flat.
Hard Candy quickly loses its flavor
Madonna seems to have made the unfortunate mistake of letting other pop stars serve as her bellwether — instead of Britney looking to Madge for inspiration, Madge seems to have taken a page out of Britney’s latest book, taking half-a**ed sleaze over the seductive sounds that made her an icon in the ‘80s.
Still, you have to give her and her pop juggernaut friends credit — recycling pop music trends has to help curb the effects of global warming, right?
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Madonna Dethroned As “Queen Of Pop” And Is Replaced By Mariah Carey
Madonna’s previous album “Confessions On A Dance Floor” that Reuters declared a flop, sold 350,000 in its first week of release. Her new infringing album, “Hard Candy” that I requested a public boycott of, suffered a worse fate, selling 280,000 copies in the first week. Reuters noted the “big sales decline” of 70,000 copies in the first week of release, between the two albums.
To put that in perspective for you, Britney’s “Blackout” sold 272,000 copies in the first week of sales and flopped…
In spite of having the most popular pop star in America, Justin Timberlake, on “Hard Candy” the CD came in with weak sales anyway.
Justin Timberlake’s current solo CD sold over 800,000 copies in the first week. When he did a duet with 50 Cent for the rapper’s current CD, he sold over 800,000 copies in the first week as well. Kanye West is also on “Hard Candy” and he sold over 800,000 copies in the first week of his current CD.
Yet, instead of “Hard Candy” debuting with 800,000 copies sold in the first week like Warner Bros. and Madonna hoped, they suffered a massive sales loss, way down from her previous CD.
“Hard Candy” second week sales are expected to suffer a further big drop, with predicted sales of 85-95K copies for the week.
Instead of “Hard Candy” maybe she should have name the CD “Hard Up.”
An industry expert told me that the CD actually sold 235,000 not 280,000 copies in the first week (ala the Jay-Z/Soundscan scandal). Not to worry, the truth will come out in international court.
Her checks to Roger Friedman over at Fox News must be bouncing, as he and many other writers and bloggers have declared Madonna is no longer the Queen of Pop, having been replaced by Mariah Carey this month, whose “E=MC2” album sold way more copies in the first week.
There’s a New Queen of Pop
Mariah Beats Madonna
The war is over and there’s a new queen of pop: Miss Mariah Carey. How do we know? Hitsdailydouble.com is reporting that estimated first week sales for Madonna’s Hard Candy album will range between 275,000-300,000.
Mariah’s “E=MC2” sold 475,000 in its first week and was Carey’s biggest debut ever.
In addition to that, Madonna’s numbers are a slide downwards from her last album, “Confessions on a Dance Floor,” which 350,000 copies its first week out and went on to sell 1.7 million copies in the U.S. That was three years ago.
Madonna set to top US chart despite sales slump
By Keith Caulfield LOS ANGELES (Billboard) – Madonna is on track to net her seventh No. 1 album on next week’s Billboard 200, despite a big drop in sales …
The Material Gal’s final studio recording for Warner Bros., Hard Candy, debuts at #1 on this week’s HITS Album Sales chart, with 282k.
Legend’s Rick Rubin-Produced Columbia Album Will Debut at #1
The veteran singer-songwriter proves he’s still got the waist movement, Cherry, with his latest Columbia Records release, Home After Dark, produced by label creative chief Rick Rubin, set to debut at #1 next week for Steve Barnett and company with a one-week total of 125-130k.
That number, which could go higher with Mother’s Day weekend sales, should be more than enough to beat out Madonna’s WB release, Hard Candy, which appears on tap for between 85-95k after one week on top.
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Miley Cyrus (Hannah Montana)
15-year-old teen singer and actress Miley Cyrus made a spoof video mocking Madonna’s terrible new song and video “4 Minutes To Save The World.”
The video became very popular online, more than Madonna’s silly music video clip, that people are only watching to see Timberlake, anyway.
Several sites are saying Madonna is upset. Hence, the crazy, nonsensical response video she did on YouTube, bizarrely vacuuming (hoovering) with that nutty look in her eyes and throwing subliminal shots at the poor child, who is young enough to be her grandkid.
Everybody is baffled as to what the “Crazy For You” singer meant in that insane clip.
Side bar: people, she wasn’t kidding with that song “Crazy For You” as she really is nuts. And what’s with that other stalker lyric by her I read online, “Don’t try to run I can keep up with you.” What is that. Boy, lines like that make a person wanna buy mace.
Hoover’s that girl?
Madonna has posted a bizarre 10-minute video on YouTube which features her vacuuming in a mini-dress.
The clip is a response to Miley Cyrus, who made a video mocking Madonna and Justin Timberlake’s 4 Minutes video.
During the YouTube film, which shows Madonna cleaning her home with a Henry Hoover, she says: “You people who are making videos of 4 Minutes, good job. You need to clean up after yourself.”
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Madonna Ripped Off Kylie’s Music
Madonna exhausted from ripping everybody off and excessive plastic surgery
Continuing the theme of uncovering and unraveling the many copyright thefts that comprise Madonna’s fraudulent career, this week let’s take a look at another of the Queen of Poop’s rip offs.
In 1990 Kylie Minogue released the song “Better The Devil You Know” which she still routinely performs at her concerts, some of which Madonna has attended in recent years, as photographs attest (no doubt with her pen and pad to rip stuff off). The song was re-released in 1998 and went up the charts again.
Kylie’s “2 Hearts” 2007 (left) Madonna’s rip off cover “Hard Candy” 2008 (right) – [see any similarities]
Fast forward several years to 2005 and pathetic Madonna, who has ripped off Minogue many times, knocked off Kylie’s preexisting song “Better The Devil You Know” for her song screecher “Like It Or Not” that appeared on her last album “Confessions On A Dance Floor,” which according to Reuters “flopped” (regardless of Madonna’s receipt-less, lying claims of outselling everyone in 2005 and 2006).
While, I’m not a fan of either song due to the message of encouraging women to choose someone that’s not the best based on familiarity and Madonna’s rip off sounding plain awful and stupid, there are infringements.
Not only do the songs sound alike, contain the same melodies and rhythm, they share mutual lyrics as illustrated below. The infringements are color coded according to mutual lyrics appearing in both songs (left to right at different places), with Madonna’s substandard, poorly sung track being the rip off recorded and released years later:
|Kylie’s “Better The Devil You Know” 1990||Madonna’s “Like It Or Not” 2005|
| Better the devil you know
Better the devil you know
Better the devil you know
Better the devil you know
Woh woh woh Say you won’t leave me no more
I’ll take you back again
No more excuses no, no
‘Cos I’ve heard them all before
A hundred times or more
Woh woh woh
I’ll be here every day
Woh woh woh
|I’ll be the garden, you’ll be the snake
All of my fruit is yours to take
Better the devil that you know
Your love for me will grow
Because This is who I am
You can like it or not
You can love me or leave me
Cause I’m never gonna stop, no no
Cleopatra had her way
Don’t let the fruit rot under the vine
This is who I am
No no, you know
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