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Tuesday, 01 July 2014

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Eugenia

Drico: No, she doesn't. Go back to archival images of Madonna outdoors, and you will see that she's EXTREMELY careful to not expose her skin to the sun. She thinks she does good by doing so.

Rabbitbunny

Her Return to Detroit was triumphant and brilliant! Madonna has a place in my heart! I LOVE HER!

drico

im sure she gets some sun! she probably dint want people touching her here.....

Eugenia

I like Madonna's lifestyle regiment (e.g. gluten free food, exercise etc), except one thing: her avoidance of the sun. She never allows her skin to be seen by the sun. This can ultimately kill her. She thinks that it's best to not show sun any skin, so she retains the youth, but in reality, without UV rays, the body deteriorates. We evolved to be under the sun daily. As for taking D3 vitamins, won't cut it. The UV thing is different and you can't take pills for it.

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