Naturally, Madonna,55, thought she could wear strips of dirty sheets to the Met Gala, but “MOM SAID ‘NO’!”Either that, or she just wanted to show her tits on Instagram, knowing it would go viral (ew). Here’s her tweet from yesterday:
Listen, I’m the first one to say Madonna has a great rack. (Okay, maybe not the first.) No one…and I mean, NO ONE would’ve assumed she was making a political statement by wearing some sort of bondage-wraps. Yeah, she’s so serious about the horrendous state of women and girls in today’s world, that all the attention would have been on her boobs. THAT’S dedication, my friends. Either that, or Narcissistic Personality Disorder.
One of DiC‘s husbands (whom both DivaJulia and I agree on) is celebrating a birthday. Director David Fincher is turning the big 5-0and I thought we’d highlight some of his impressive work.
Known for being behind the camera for films like ‘Seven,’ ‘Fight Club‘ and ‘The Social Network,’ which earned him a Golden Globe and Bafta for Best Director, he started out his career doing music videos. His first was Jermane Stewart‘s “We Don’t Have To Take Our Clothes Off” all the way back in 1986.
A couple of years later, David would work with Madonna for the first time with “Express Yourself,” inspired by Fritz Lang‘s 1927 silent epic ‘Metropolis.’
The two would work together again for “Vogue” and “Oh Father.” I wonder if he would ever put her in one of his movies.
It seems 1990 was possibly his biggest video year ever, with “Vogue,” Aerosmith‘s “Janie’s Got A Gun, ” Billy Idol‘s “Cradle Of Love” and Don Henley‘s “End of the Innocence” dominating that year’s MTV Video Music Awards in nominations and wins.
George Michael‘s “Freedom! ’90” featuring Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell and a number of other Supermodels was nominated for Best Direction, Cinematography and Editing at the 1991 VMAs. Oh, yeah.
As the 90s went on and Fincher focused more on movies and commercials; he directed fewer videos, but there were some standout clips like TheRolling Stone‘s “Love Is Strong” featuring the band and some gigantic models stomping all over NYC. His last was Nine Inch Nails‘ “Only“, and of course he and Trent Reznor would later work together again when Finchy asked El Rezto score ‘The Social Network’ and ‘The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo.’
How about some Bonus Brad Pitt, because we all know Brad is David’s favorite!
Lest we forget, the epically creepy and dank opening and closing sequences in the brilliant film Se7enwith Nine Inch Nails AND David Bowie. This film is like a warm blanket on a cold night…that may just electrocute us if we’re not careful. Oh, but the prickly fun of it all…Closer Remixed and The Heart’s FilthyLesson, respectively set the tone, and then leave us in a heap on the basement floor. Begging. For. More.
Just when we thought Elton John could be ANY bitchier, he out-bitches himself. Luckily for us, his rage always seems directed toward Madonna. So, here we go again.
During an interview with an Australian TV chat show which aired on Sunday night, the Bitter Queen Bitch was quite vocal about the otherBitter Queen Bitch, addressing Madonna’s latest MDMA tour:
“Why is she such a nightmare? Her career is over, I can tell you that. Her tour has been a disaster and it couldn’t happen to a bigger c***.”
He continued, “If Madonna had any common sense, she would have made a record like Ray of Light, stayed away from the dance stuff, and just been a great pop singer and made great pop records, which she does brilliantly. But no, she had to prove that she was like…” There, Elton trailed off, but then continued, “And she looks like a f***ing fairground stripper.” He also complained, “She’s been so horrible to Gaga” — referring to Lady Gaga, who’s godmother to Elton’s son Zachary.