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Sunday, 16 February 2014

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Graeme

@Cornelius - true! Forgot about M's financial interest in cocnut water!

Lou

Given Madonna is known as a self-confessed "control freak", I am appalled at the quality control/grammar shown on the Hard Candy Fitness web site!

Here is a direct extract:

"Nicole has most recently served as choreographer on Madonna’s first single "GIMMIE ALL YOUR LUV’IN" music video off of MDNA"

Look at the song title! Even if it were correct, the spelling of 'gimmie' is shocking enough!

"Off of"??? FROM!


I am very surprised that Madonna seems now to be involved with so many projects but to not quality control them. Her name used to stand for 'utter quality' when it came to music and tours; now she has diversified so much she has become sloppy - although I imagine it is as much down to her 'people'.

Cornelius

Yeh but M doesn't have substantial investment in bananas!

Graeme

'Coconut water is key for potassium, glucose and sugar to keep her energy levels up,'

So is a banana!

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