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August 2015

Books: 'New York Polaroids 1976-1989'

Andy Warhol, Madonna, Debbie Harry, Grace Jones, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Glenn O'Brien, John Lurie - iconic symbols from a bygone New York City. One that was cheaper, grittier and pulsing with new music, art and powerful personalities.

Swiss photographer and director Edo Bertoglio lived in the hot core of the old Big Apple. From 1976 to 1989, he captured New York's thriving artist community on his Polaroid camera.

Those shots make up the 140 photos in his new book, 'New York Polaroids 1976-1989.' It is sort of a 'personal diary,' chronicling Bertoglio's surroundings and friends in intimate and passing moments, much like quick shots taken on phones today.

Bertoglio's Manhattan was far from the today's Manhattan, which now has the highest cost-of-living in the United States. Rents were so cheap that artists could work in a restaurant for a few days a month to pay the bills, and then they could spend the rest of their time creating and partying in clubs like Studio 54, Mudd Club and Club 57.

'The music was really the thing that kept this community together,' Bertoglio said. 'And of course at the time, we were very young, so we had aspirations to be a photographer, a fashion designer, a writer, an actor. ... It was a lot of creativity.'

'New York Polaroids 1976-1989' is available via Yard Press at www.yardpress.it/new-york-polaroids-1976-1989

From edition.cnn.com/new-york-polaroids/

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Monte PIttman: 'Over 100 days of rehearsal in already!'

Madonna's guitarist Monte Pittman just posted this message and pictures from Rebel Heart Tour rehearsals in New York.

'Over 100 days of rehearsal in already! Here's the starting point with the rig. I've got a few changes to make. Almost there. Can't wait to get the show on the road! I'm enjoying this part of it though. I'm loving this set! @madonna ‪#‎RebelHeartTour‬ ‪#‎Layout‬ ‪#‎FRX‬ ‪#‎Eclipse‬'

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The Confessions Ball VIP Ticket Winners Announced!

Congratulations to the five winners of the madonnalicious competition to win five pairs of VIP tickets to The Confessions Ball.

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Keith A
Nicolas T
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Confessions Ball / Saturday 29th August / Eagle London / 9pm – 4am / Tickets from £6 / Door £10

Madonna Celebrate with Madonnalicious present - A world exclusive event... THE CONFESSIONS BALL!

Celebrating The Queen of Pop with international acclaimed acts Jonny Woo, DJ David Oh and Melissa Totten. The club interior for one night only designed by one of the set dressers from Baz Lurmans, Moulin Rouge. Seven massive video screens will also be broadcasting classic Madge moments, so there'll be no escape from the Material Girl.

The event is jam packed with all things Madonna, including a full screening of the Confessions Tour & VIP ‘bubbly’ reception in the multi-mirror ball confessions dance floor, Madonna shop, a Vogue ‘runway’, Confessions Booth, Rebel heart photo-wall, ‘Secret Garden’, Queen Of Pop ‘ART’ installation and the Dress Code is Madonna - Confessions.

You can win 2 tickets to Madonna’s Rebel Heart show at the O2!

An exclusive ‘Living for Love’ from international Madonna impersonator Melissa Totten, she will be armed with backing dancers and ready to get you Hung Up! Followed by dancing boys and titillating girls this show is going to be a must see for all Madonna fans.

Also, don’t forget as we have an extra treat for our loyal clubbers we are going to have a special screening of Confessions Tour show will be shown at 7.30pm. BE THERE EARLY!

Facebook Event: www.facebook.com/events/1452447955062139

GET TICKETS HERE: www.ticketweb.co.uk/event/190631


Win tickets to The Confessions Ball in London!

madonnalicious is offering readers the chance to win one of FIVE PAIRS of VIP tickets to The Confessions Ball.

VIP Tickets include ‘Bubbly’ & Canapés reception 7.30pm - 9pm, ‘Madonna’ Cocktail, 4 x Madonna event poster pack and 1 Entry to Rebel Heart raffle (Chance to win 2 x Tickets to Madonna’s o2 London show)

All you need to do is email your contact details to madonnalicious@gmail.com with 'The Confessions Ball' as the email subject. Five winners (each winning a pair of tickets) will be randomly picked from the entries. Closing date is 18:00 BST on Friday 21 August. Please note you need to be 18+ years old to enter.

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Confessions Ball / Saturday 29th August / Eagle London / 9pm – 4am / Tickets from £6 / Door £10

Madonna Celebrate with Madonnalicious present - A world exclusive event... THE CONFESSIONS BALL!

Celebrating The Queen of Pop with international acclaimed acts Jonny Woo, DJ David Oh and Melissa Totten. The club interior for one night only designed by one of the set dressers from Baz Lurmans, Moulin Rouge. Seven massive video screens will also be broadcasting classic Madge moments, so there'll be no escape from the Material Girl.

The event is jam packed with all things Madonna, including a full screening of the Confessions Tour & VIP ‘bubbly’ reception in the multi-mirror ball confessions dance floor, Madonna shop, a Vogue ‘runway’, Confessions Booth, Rebel heart photo-wall, ‘Secret Garden’, Queen Of Pop ‘ART’ installation and the Dress Code is Madonna - Confessions.

You can win 2 tickets to Madonna’s Rebel Heart show at the O2!

An exclusive ‘Living for Love’ from international Madonna impersonator Melissa Totten, she will be armed with backing dancers and ready to get you Hung Up! Followed by dancing boys and titillating girls this show is going to be a must see for all Madonna fans.

Also, don’t forget as we have an extra treat for our loyal clubbers we are going to have a special screening of Confessions Tour show will be shown at 7.30pm. BE THERE EARLY!

Facebook Event: www.facebook.com/events/1452447955062139

GET TICKETS HERE: www.ticketweb.co.uk/event/190631


Joe Henry's birthday message to Madonna

Madonna's brother-in-law and sometime musical collaborator Joe Henry posted this birthday message on his facebook page, along with a high school yearbook picture:

This is the young woman I met shortly after our family's move to Michigan in 1975 - as I entered my sophomore year of high school and, she, her senior one. together, we were in the Thespian Society; and in that winter's first production, we were cast as mother and son - the wife and child of Ralph Waldo Emerson - in a play about Thoreau.

She was whip-smart and short on patience; and to tell the truth, she scared me more than a little, but along with her sister Paula, her presence upon my landscape nudged open a door through which I would pass and find my life utterly and forever changed...that unusual and sprawling family becoming, years later, my own.

No one is more surprised than iI by the way our lives have expanded; by the way that our journeys have diverged and become entangled. Like anyone, I can sometimes forget to see the flesh and blood/heart and mind behind the parade float that is her public persona. But then I will find myself across the kitchen table from her, sharing a martini, and be additionally shocked to recognize anew the compact, terse-yet-compassionate human at the switches.

I have told this tale before, but it bears repeating: when Elvis Presley died on this date in 1977, this upstart professed in real-time that she felt his spirit had passed out of his body and through her own in exodus.

I laughed at her then for such outrageous self-possession, at the arrogance that I assumed must allow her to declare such publicly.

Today, when there is laughter, it is the laugh of recognition I hear - and it begins somewhere high above me, where things that once seemed implausible play with wild abandon and in broad daylight.

Happy Birthday, Madonna Louise Veronica Ciccone.

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Madonna's Instagram: 'Best birthday present ever!'

Madonna shared pictures from her birthday celebrations over the weekend on her Instagram page:

Gypsy Queen ️#livingforlove

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'Gypsy Rosa Lee....best birthday present ever! 💘💘🎉🎉💝💝❤ #rebelheart'

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'Birthday Fun with Princess #1💘💘💘🎉'

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'Thanks to all my ❤ #rebelheartfans for all your birthday wishes!!!! ❤ #livingforlove'

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'This cake is everything! ❤ #rebelhearttour'

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Madonna Taps Gucci, Moschino for Rebel Heart Tour Costumes

Throughout her long career, Madonna has enlisted the world’s top designers, most famously Jean Paul Gaultier, to collaborate on the costumes for her globe-trotting tours.

She’s again recruited a murderer’s row of fashion talent for her latest, the 'Rebel Heart' World Tour, named after her 13th studio album of the same name.

She revealed exclusively to WWD the designers who made the cut, including Jeremy Scott and Alexander Wang. And add Madonna to the Alessandro Michele fan club: the Gucci creative director also pitched in.

Just like she’s been teasing her setlist on Instagram for months - yes, 'Vogue' and 'Holiday' will make appearances on the tour - Madonna has also been posting snippets of looks she’s been working on with her longtime costume designer, Academy Award-nominated Arianne Phillips.

Ahead of the tour’s opening in Montreal on Sept. 9, she is revealing the full list of designers: Fausto Puglisi, Prada and Miu Miu, Swarovski and the Lebanese designer Nicolas Jebran are the others. She’ll show sketches at a later date.

Full Article: wwd.com/madonna-rebel-heart-tour-costumes-gucci-moschino/


Madonna: I’ll never perform in Russia again

The star has said that it is unlikely she will return due to the country’s treatment of the LGBT community.

The singer made the comments in an interview to promote her upcoming tour, which begins in September. The tour will involve concerts in 35 cities across North America, Europe and Australia.

However, the singer has stated that Russia will not be on that list, reports The Moscow Times.

'I won’t appear in Moscow or St Petersburg anymore, because I don’t want to perform in places where being homosexual is tantamount to a crime,' said the singer.

Conservative St. Petersburg lawmaker Vitaly Milonov - infamous for his anti-LGBT views - responded swiftly to Madonna’s statement.

In an interview to Russian News Agency, Milonov called the singer a 'hypocritical old lady' and accused her of prioritising gay rights over the lives of children suffering because of the conflict in eastern Ukraine.

The singer has previously accused Vladimir Putin’s regime of showing 'blatant intolerance of gay rights, artistic freedom, freedom of speech, and human rights in general.'

Speaking about the arrest of pro-gay band Pussy Riot members in 2012, she said: 'I was shocked and outraged when I heard about this, and I spoke about it openly on stage [in Moscow] during my show. For this I received several death threats.'

'What I realised when I went to Russia, and saw what was going on with Pussy Riot, and what was going on with the gay community, was how lucky I was and am to live in a country where I can speak my mind. It’s time for the rest of the world to be as brave as Pussy Riot, to stand up against people like President Putin that do not respect human rights, and perpetuate oppression, discrimination, and injustice of any kind.'

'We all have a moral obligation to stand up for anyone who’s being persecuted, whether it’s down the street from us, or on the other side of the world.'

From PinkNews.co.uk


Madonna Dishes on Her Tour Songs, Grills, and What Son Wishes She Did

The Queen of Pop is back and ready for action!

Madonna kicks off the year's biggest world tour, Rebel Heart, in Montreal on Sept. 9. The singer, 56, has been preparing for the trek by 'working late and sleeping late,' adding that working has turned into a 'vicious cycle.'

So, what can we expect from Madonna this time around?

The 'Vogue' hitmaker admitted to including dancing nuns on stripper poles! 'Oops, so I guess the cat's out of the bag,' she told Andy Cohen, who guest-edited this week's issue of Entertainment Weekly. 'I just like the juxtaposition,' she adds. 'I'm very immersed in deconstructing the concept of sexuality and religion and how it's not supposed to go together, but in my world it goes together.'

Madonna continued, explaining that deciding on her set list was 'tricky.' She shared that she is more excited about her newer work because 'I haven't done it yet, and it's fresh.' Nevertheless, she realizes that many of her fans would be there for the older songs, confessing that 'Dress You Up,' 'Who's That Girl,' 'Vogue,' and 'Holiday' will all be included in the stacked performance.

'When I first started writing music, I was a young girl, and I didn't write about very deep things,' she added. 'Now I do. That's why a lot of times I have to take the songs and turn them inside out and make them more ironic than straightforward, so that they work for me.'

The 'mother hen' to her 'stage baes' even chimed in on singing with a grill. It's safe to say she will leave her grills at home.

'It's really hard to sing with a grill in your mouth,' she shared from experience. 'You end up lisping, and putting your teeth together is actually essential to singing well. So as much as I love a grill, it probably won't be in my mouth when I'm singing.'

After discussing the tour in detail, Madonna opened up about what her elder son, Rocco, wished she did.

'My 14-year-old son is absolutely not satisfied with all my accomplishments,' she added. 'He just wants me to cook for him. I'm like, 'Okay, I'll get to that. I promise you, when this tour's over with, I'm gonna cook for you.''

From People.com


Madonna looks back on Truth or Dare

It’s one of the best music documentaries ever and offered viewers an unfettered look at one of the world’s biggest celebrities. But what does the film’s subject, Madonna, think about the movie, Truth or Dare, 24 years after its release?

In the new issue of EW, guest editor Andy Cohen sat down with the singer to talk about her upcoming Rebel Heart tour, but the conversation later turned to the classic doc directed by Alek Keshishian, who trailed the singer on her Blond Ambition Tour in the early-’90s. So has the singer revisited it recently?

'I’ve seen bits and pieces from it,' she says. 'I sort of gag when I watch it, cause I’m like, ‘Oh my god, I can’t.’ It’s hard to watch myself do anything. I can’t even stand to watch myself in concert, like my last tour.'

Cohen pressed Madonna about why she won’t tune in for repeat viewings of older performances. 'I just don’t like to watch it,' she says. 'But I think maybe Truth or Dare, I could possibly revisit it right now.'

Cohen praised Madonna’s portrayal in the movie, saying he thought her 'arrogance' was 'brilliant.'

'The shade was thrown!' Madonna told him. 'I’m afraid to watch it. I just think I’m a horrible brat, that’s what I’m afraid of.'

From EW.com


Taylor Swift vows to collaborate with Madonna

Taylor Swift has vowed to collaborate with Madonna again.

The 25-year-old star joined the 'Rebel Heart' hitmaker on stage at the iHeartRadio Music Awards earlier this year for a live rendition of Madonna's track 'Ghost Town' and now she has vowed to work with her again to dispel any myths of tension between the pair.

She said: 'Madonna and I will collaborate again and then [the media] will realize there was no weird tension or competitive factor.'

Speculation of the musicians' souring relationship came about with the release of their 'Bad Blood' and 'Bitch I'm Madonna' videos, both of which featured a flurry of other famous faces, sparking rumours they were competing against each other with the clips.

However, Taylor insisted they are still close saying: 'I felt so much resentment that they would take two women who made ambitious music videos and use that as a qualifying factor to comparing and contrasting them. I hated that because Madonna and I have gotten along and been fans of each other and performed together, and I didn't want to see that, and there was nothing I could do, and there's nothing she could do, because that's the way the world works right now.'

And the 'Shake It Off' singer said they are so close, Madonna even sent her a gift following their performance together back in March.

She told Vanity Fair magazine: 'When I went into her dressing room, I complimented this candle and this diffuser she had, because her dressing room smelled like a magical woodland forest. A week later, I get this box in the mail, and she had sent me the same diffuser, and all these essential oils, and the exact candle I had complimented.'

From contactmusic.com


Events: The Confessions Ball in London

Confessions Ball / Saturday 29th August / Eagle London / 9pm – 4am / Tickets from £6 / Door £10

Madonna Celebrate with Madonnalicious present - A world exclusive event... THE CONFESSIONS BALL!

Celebrating The Queen of Pop with international acclaimed acts Jonny Woo, DJ David Oh and Melissa Totten. The club interior for one night only designed by one of the set dressers from Baz Lurmans, Moulin Rouge. Seven massive video screens will also be broadcasting classic Madge moments, so there'll be no escape from the Material Girl.

The event is jam packed with all things Madonna, including a full screening of the Confessions Tour & VIP ‘bubbly’ reception in the multi-mirror ball confessions dance floor, Madonna shop, a Vogue ‘runway’, Confessions Booth, Rebel heart photo-wall, ‘Secret Garden’, Queen Of Pop ‘ART’ installation and the Dress Code is Madonna - Confessions.

You can win 2 tickets to Madonna’s Rebel Heart show at the O2!

An exclusive ‘Living for Love’ from international Madonna impersonator Melissa Totten, she will be armed with backing dancers and ready to get you Hung Up! Followed by dancing boys and titillating girls this show is going to be a must see for all Madonna fans.

This event celebrates Madonna’s Rebel Heart World Tour and her Confessions era which was truly unforgettable, critics called it a return to form for Madonna, ranking it alongside her best albums. Madonna was honoured with a Grammy Award, BRIT Awards. The album peaked at number one in 40 countries, earning a place Guinness Book of World Records. Confessions on a Dance Floor has sold an estimated 12 million copies worldwide. 'Hung Up', the lead single, became Madonna's most successful single worldwide by topping the charts in a total of 41 countries.

Also, don’t forget as we have an extra treat for our loyal clubbers we are going to have a special screening of Confessions Tour show will be shown at 7.30pm. BE THERE EARLY!

Facebook Event: www.facebook.com/events/1452447955062139

GET TICKETS HERE: www.ticketweb.co.uk/event/190631

Coming soon on madonnalicious will be a chance to win 10 VIP TICKETS to the event!

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Madonna explains the philosophy behind her Instagram posts

In EW’s latest issue, guest editor Andy Cohen interviewed his favorite pop star Madonna. Their conversation ranged from details about the Queen of Pop’s upcoming tour to her thoughts about Taylor Swift, eventually turning to the star’s love of - or, as Cohen suggested, addiction to - Instagram.

'I could live without it,' Madonna says when asked about her use of the social network. 'But it’s an important part of my work now. I like to think of it as a kind of art gallery for my thoughts, my dreams, my wishes, my state of mind. Can’t ignore social media.'

In fact, beyond teasing her setlists and giving shoutouts to Taylor Swift, Madonna sometimes dives into a part of Instagram lots of people usually avoid: the comments. 'Sometimes people are really supportive and nice,' she says, adding that she reads reactions to her posts 'whenever [she’s] on holiday.' 'But you can’t get attached to people saying nice things because then when people say mean things it will bother you. So you just have to take it all in stride, and I really don’t take any of it seriously. I can’t afford to.'

Madonna also explains exactly why she can’t give the remarks left on her pictures much weight. 'The most illuminating thing about reading comments on Instagram is how literal people are, and how people have no sense of humor and no sense of irony,' she says. '[They] don’t read between the lines. It’s interesting.'

But that doesn’t mean Madonna isn’t a fan of #tbt. 'I love to look back and see the great and and artists that I’ve had the privilege to collaborate with,' she tells Cohen, referring to some of her more nostalgic posts. 'I worked with the greatest and the best and the finest.'

From EW.com


Events: (LIKE A) VIRGIN ROCK! Party in Chile

Old School presents: (LIKE A) VIRGIN ROCK!

This 2015, will be a total celebration, dancing with two legends of Rock ‘N’ Roll and Pop music that are united in the same date this 16th August. Their influence, style and major impact in pop culture is totally undeniable, they both have contributed to the universal language of music in the 20th century, and have transcended boundaries and conventions in sex, fashion and attitude all around the world for generations: the ‘King’ Elvis Presley, and the ‘Queen’ of Pop, Madonna.

Extended Set: New Wave, Pop 80's-90's-00's, Synthpop, New Romantics, One Hit Wonder, Retro, Disco, Electro, Dance Punk, Rock 'N' Roll

Line Up: DJ Federico Krampack, a.k.a Fanzine Planeta Z

And dancing also with: Chuck Berry, The Cure, Jerry Lee Lewis, David Bowie, Nancy Sinatra, Patti Smith, The Runaways, New Order, The Cars, Siouxsie & The Banshees, Pet Shop Boys, Blondie, Cyndi Lauper, The Go-Go's, Devo, Depeche Mode, The Pretenders, Joy Division, Roxy Music, Kraftwerk, OMD, Talking Heads, Joan Jett, The Ramones, Annie Lennox, Boy George & Culture Club, Falco, Thompson Twins, Sandra, Erasure, Laura Brannigan, A Flock Of Seagulls, Billy Idol, Duran Duran, The Human League, Vive la Fête, The Gossip, Garbage and more!

13th Thursday August - from 6pm
LIVING ROOM, Prat # 592 Barrio Estación, Concepción, CHILE

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Madonna breaks the preparation for her Rebel Heart tour

Andy Cohen guest-edited EW’s latest issue so of course he had to talk to his favorite pop star Madonna about her massive Rebel Heart tour, which kicks off Sept. 9 in Montreal. By her own estimation, the Material Girl has been spending 10 to 12 hours a day prepping for the string of gigs - a schedule so rigorous that an aide follows her to make sure she stays nourished. 'I call her the food police,' Madonna tells Cohen. 'Are you eating? Did you drink enough water?’ I’m like, ‘Bitch, get off my pole!'

Speaking of poles, Cohen gets the scoop about the dancing nuns on stripper poles that Madonna teased in Rebel Heart’s trailer. 'I just like the juxtaposition,' she says of the risqué routine. 'I’m very immersed in deconstructing the concept of sexuality and religion and how it’s not supposed to go together, but in my world it goes together.'

As for the show itself, Madonna hasn’t revealed much, but she offers some insight about how she balances her setlist with greatest hits like 'Vogue' and her new Rebel Heart material. 'Of course, the thing I'm most excited about doing is my new stuff, because I haven’t done it yet and it’s fresh,' she tells Cohen. 'But I realize that people want to hear my older stuff, so for me it’s always a tricky balance trying to keep some kind of continuity, not only with sound, sonically, but also thematically....a lot of times I have to take the songs and turn them inside out and make them more ironic than straightforward.'

Cohen also inquires about whether Madonna’s 14-year-old son Rocco would appear on the tour. 'I think he’s probably gonna work behind the scenes,' she says. 'He’s not interested in performing on stage with me right now. There’s way cooler things. Your mom is not that cool when you’re 14.'

Stay tuned to EW for more scoop from Cohen’s interview with Madonna, along with other juicy stories from his guest-edited issue.

From EW.com


Events: NYC 'Happy Birthday Madonna!', Celebration!

Madonnathonnyc and Madonnasworld present
‘’Happy Birthday Madonna!’’, Celebration!
Friday, August 21st, at 9pm

DJ set by DJ JENE

Rockbar NYC
185 Christopher St.
NY, NY (bet. Washington and Weehawken)
(212) 675-1864

Don't miss our Monthly ALL Madonna dance party - its time celebrate the queen of Music's Birthday! Its' your invitation to get into the groove; your spotlight is waiting! And a chance to win tickets to the Rebel Heart Tour!

RSVP here: www.facebook.com/events/1683013061934262/

Doors open at 9 P.M. / Free Madonna Giveaways All Night
Madonna drink specials / $5 cover

Visit: http://www.madonnathonnyc.com/ http://www.djjene.com/ http://www.Rockbarnyc.com/ for more information.

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Events: 'BITCH, I'M MADONNAThon' in Los Angeles

From the producer of ICONIC: Rebel Heart Release Party

Nelson Melegrito, DIVA and REVOLVER presents:

BITCH, I'M MADONNAThon
Celebrating The Queen of Pop Birthday!

Sunday Funday
AUGUST 16
3pm-9pm
REVOLVER VIDEO BAR
West Hollywood, CA

No cover! Non-stop Madonna videos all night! Win Giveaways!
Music by VJ RICK DOMINGUEZ

OFFICIAL RELEASE PARTY for BITCH, I'M MADONNA

DIVA: Diverse and Inclusive Visionary Artists
Twitter: www.twitter.com/queerdiva
Facebook: www.facebook.com/divalicious2003

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Vote: Queen of Pop 2015

It's only natural for any artist to strive to be the very best they can, working hard to claim a part of music history.

It's a pop battle that continues today, albeit more through passionate fan bases than the artists themselves. There's also no denying that women make the biggest impact on pop, calling upon their army of followers to help them claim chart records, bigger tours and the most fun.

But who can hold the title of the Queen of Pop in 2015? There's formidable competition out there among female artists currently dominating the pop sphere, but you can vote for your favourite below in our real-time ranking of the very best.

To vote for Madonna visit: www.digitalspy.co.uk/who-is-the-queen-of-pop


Events: The 10th Annual Brisbane Madonna Party

Australia's longest-running Madonna party celebrates 10 years of CONFESSIONS ON A DANCEFLOOR, the chart-topping album which helped launch this party in 2006.

Strike a pose and get into the groove as the entire New Globe Theatre is transformed into a dance club playing only the music of Madonna - 1980s, 1990s, Noughties & Now!

Three rooms of entertainment!

Arrive early to meet other fans, grab a drink and chill-out in the retro cinema with a fan-compiled collection of Madonna music videos, live clips & rare footage 8PM TIL MIDNIGHT

Dance the night away as DJ Kristian Fletcher plays you nothing but the best music of Madonna - the greatest hits, fan favourites....and everything in between! With licensed bar, roving photographers, merch stall and more!

PRIZES FOR THE BEST DRESSED FEMALE and MALE & BEST VOGUER!

SATURDAY 15 AUGUST 2015 (FROM 6PM)
New Globe Theatre, 220 Brunswick St Fortitude Valley

BOOK YOUR TICKETS NOW AND SAVE: events.ticketbooth.com.au

Tickets $15 (presale) or $20 (at the door) 18+ event

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