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US TV: The Marriage Ref

The Marriage Ref: Madonna's Giving Advice

Madonna may not know a lot about how to make a marriage work, but she has no problem mediating fights as evidenced on tonight’s episode of NBC’s The Marriage Ref. The singing superstar joins Curb Your Enthusiam’s Larry David and British actor/comedian Ricky Gervais on the celebrity panel to arbitrate real-life couple’s marital disputes. According to The Marriage Ref himself (host Tom Papa), Madonna is wonderful on the show!
'The minute I saw Madonna backstage,' says Papa, 'I knew she was going to be great because she was playful and fun. She came out there, sat between Ricky Gervais and Larry David and held her own. She was not backing down!' According to previews for tonight’s episode of The Marriage Ref, Larry David and Madonna get into a few tiffs of their own.
At the end of the episode, Larry David said, 'This is easily the most uncomfortable hour I’ve ever spent in my life.' Madonna quickly sniped back, asking, 'Why? Because you’re sitting next to a woman who is standing up to you?'

The Marriage Ref airs tonight on NBC at 10:00pm EST with special celebrity guests, Ricky Gervais, Larry David, and Madonna.

From Reality TV Magazine

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chris

"'The minute I saw Madonna backstage,' says Papa, 'I knew she was going to be great because she was playful and fun. She came out there, sat between Ricky Gervais and Larry David and held her own. She was not backing down!'"

What a patronising attitude he is taking here.

Who the f*ck is he? Madonna's been 'great' for 25 years.

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