Madonna, Pussy Riot, Imagine Dragons & Flaming Lips Fight for Freedom at Amnesty International Concert
Pussy Riot looked right at home on the stage shouting at the crowd to fight for freedom, leading the crowd in a chant of “Russia will be free!” before declaring this will only happen if President Vladimir Putin is taken down.
No one can stop Miley Cyrus, whether it’s from twerking or pulling out a countrified rendition of her hit song, “We Can’t Stop,” which she did last night with a little help from Madonna.
Yesterday, it was revealed that Madonna would be teaming up with Miley Cyrus for the Bangerz singer’s upcoming MTV Unplugged special. But now it seems that the two are going a little bit country for tonight’s show.
When Miley Cyrus takes the stage in New York City tonight (Jan. 28) for the latest edition of MTV’s long-running Unplugged series, she’ll be joined by someone who could teach even her a thing or two about controversial pop: Madonna.
33 couples made it to the ceremony, officiated by Queen Latifah (a certified minister in California), who pronounced the couples married after a very short ceremony, prefaced by the performance.
The ladies of Radio.com got together to chat about the best, worst and weirdest fashion that the 56th Annual GRAMMY Awards had to offer.
The GRAMMYs may only be two days away, but they’re not quite yet done announcing the big night’s performers.
The Material Girl is teaming up with the California Gurl for a new charitable art project.
Madonna isn’t one to shy away from headline grabbing photoshoots, but this time around she accidentally caused a controversy with a family portrait.
Joking that he was stuck in traffic, but then decided to take a city bike, Sir Paul McCartney joined Fallon for a performance of “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.”
Madonna hasn’t been shy about expressing her distaste for Russia’s anti-gay laws, but now she’s joining the Human Rights Campaign’s “Love Conquers Hate” initiative to stop the country from targeting their citizens with hateful laws.
All hail Madonna. The Material Girl rakes in the big bucks to earn the honor of highest-paid musician of 2013.
M.I.A. has returned with a new explanation for the middle finger, claiming that not only was it not meant to be offensive, but actually a religious gesture known as the Matangi mudra.
Just because you’re Madonna doesn’t mean you can break the rules. At least, that’s what one chain of cinemas is trying to enforce.
In the essay, she takes us through her early days in New York, where she says she was not welcomed with open arms, but wasn’t discouraged thanks to Frida Kahlo.