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Monday, 14 January 2013

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koko

I don't believe the story. Madonna did not have a licence in NYC until she had her like a virgin album. Liz Rosenberg took her to get her licence in LA. I think this man is confusing some other girlfriend for Madonna. It's documented in a lot of Madonna books. Unless he drove without a licence but there is not one story of madonna travelling to LA then.

Bluegroove

It you grow up in the midwest, you drive.

Marl

Yes, Madonna drives. She even sang about it once, "I drive my Mini Cooper and I'm feeling super-duper"!

ngl

Great article! I was always under the impression that Madonna didn't drive, at least not during her early NY days. I'm not surprised to hear about Madonna's early dedication & drive- her self-belief & drive, in the face of overwhelming obstacles, is what I find so remarkable about Madonna. She always believed she was going to be a Megastar, she worked very hard & her dreams came true!

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