Madonna is keen to recreate her infamous kiss with Britney Spears, nearly 20 years after they first locked lips.
Not only that, the 63-year-old would love for the Toxic singer, 40, to join her on the road on tour in the future.
Taking part in an Instagram Live session with fans, a follower questioned the Hung Up singer on whether she wants to tour again sometime soon.
‘Hell yeah. I’ve got to. Stadiums baby,’ she replied. ‘Me and Britney, what about that? It would be really cool. We could reenact the original kiss.’
Madonna leant in for a kiss while on stage at the MTV Video Music Awards, in 2003, sending the audience and viewers watching on from home into a spin.
Following their embrace, she also kissed Christina Aguilera as they continued their joint performance.
However, while appearing on the live, she admitted that she wasn’t sure whether Britney would want to join her.
Aside from plans to head back on the road, the Queen of pop has been busy getting a movie about her life and incredible career off the ground.
During the pandemic, the Like A Virgin musician focused on making the project a reality, and previously said: ‘I want to convey the incredible journey that life has taken me on as an artist, a musician, a dancer [and] a human being, trying to make her way in this world.
‘The focus of this film will always be music. Music has kept me going and art has kept me alive. There are so many untold and inspiring stories and who better to tell it than me. It’s essential to share the roller coaster ride of my life with my voice and vision.’
All eyes have been on a possible cast for the biopic and Kanye West’s new girlfriend, Julia Fox, has been one of the names thrown around to appear.
Madonna confirmed this herself in a series of snaps on Instagram, showing the pair on a night out with Kanye, Antonio Brown and Floyd Mayweather, with the caption: ‘Went to dinner with Julia to talk about my movie and some other folks showed up……………… [sic].’
According to reports, the Uncut Gems actress is being considered to play the music icon’s pal, Debi Mazar.
Madonna left fans feeling slightly conflicted with her most recent music announcement, doing so in a killer new look.
The singer took to her Instagram Stories to reveal that she was currently working on a series of remixes of her music titled Re-M-ix Revolution.
She then added a snapshot of herself posing in front of a wall in a colorful outfit consisting of a daring combination of fishnets and leather.
Madonna donned a fishnet top, wearing a black leather bra underneath, that flexed her toned abs. She completed the look with a star-spangled denim jacket and red leather shorts.
With the picture, she added a poll for her fans that read: "Ready for a Remix Revolution?" While many responded in the positive, there were a few who responded with a "No."
Fans have been clamoring for more new music from the pop icon, which she revealed late last year that she was in the recording booth working on, along with several remixes.
She recently took to her feed to share a series of snapshots from her time in the studio perfecting 50 dance remixes to her music.
"In the Stu working on 50 dance remixes with @therealmikedean and a little help from @honeydijon," the Like a Virgin singer captioned her post.
Madonna opted for an all-black outfit consisting of a silk blouse with a mini skirt and fishnet tights, tied in with a pair of combat boots and sunglasses.
While a few responses were more mixed, many fans excitedly reacted to the photos with comments like: "This needs to be the next tour, a proper dance party tour," and: "50 Dance Remixes?! My dream come true!
From hello! magazine
Madonna's ski trip to the Swiss Alps was a family affair.
On Friday, the 63-year-old singer shared photos from her snowy vacation in Saanen, Switzerland, including a family snap featuring all six of her children.
Madonna is mom to sons Rocco Ritchie, 21, and David Banda, 16, whom she shares with Guy Ritchie; daughter Lourdes Leon, 25, whom she shares with Carlos Leon; plus daughters Mercy, 15, and twins Estere and Stella, 9.
'Farewell Gstaad……….We will never forget your Mountains or your Moonshine! ❄️⛷🏔🌙 💙🥲,' Madonna captioned the carousel of photos from the trip.
Muthaaaaa has survived 2021……….. ❤️🔥. God is Good 🙏. I am eternally grateful for the love and support of my family and friends and the incredible team of people around me that care for and guide me. Never forget that you’re family is your friend…….never forget that without them you are nothing……, But most of all……..and more importantly…..,,,,Never Doubt Yourself.
Flying back from the US on-route to spend New Year in Gstaad, Madonna and family made a quick stop-over in London and took time to visit Winter Wonderland in London's Hyde Park.
Madonna is not holding back when it comes to protecting her music.
Last week, the Queen of Pop left a note on rapper Tory Lanez’s Instagram post, claiming that he illegally sampled her classic song “Into the Groove” on his new track “Pluto’s Last Comet” from his ’80s-inspired album Alone at Prom.
“Read your messages [for] illegal usage of my song get into the groove!” she wrote from her verified Instagram in an attempt to get his attention. As of publishing, the post has gained nearly 3,000 likes and almost 500 replies. Representatives from both artists have yet to respond to multiple requests seeking comment.
“Into the Groove” was written and produced by Madonna and Stephen Bray in 1985, and was featured in the film Desperately Seeking Susan, in which Madonna also starred.
Madonna’s accusation is the last thing Lanez needs right now. The rapper is currently in an ongoing trial for allegedly shooting Megan Thee Stallion in the foot after a party last summer. In October 2020, he was charged with felony assault and several gun counts that carry a maximum sentence of 22 years and eight months in prison if convicted. He has pleaded not guilty to all charges.
From Yahoo! Entertainment
Madonna has opened up about getting hip replacement surgery last year.
During the Paramount+ Q&A special, Madame X Presents: Madame Xtra Q&A, the 63-year-old fielded questions from fellow A-listers, including Ariana Grande, Amy Schumer, Billie Eilish, and Doja Cat. In one question from Conor McGregor, the Like A Virgin hitmaker was asked how she stays in shape, and in response, she discussed her experiences with chronic pain.
"Let me be really honest with you - I used to be, like, a fitness/workout maniac. You probably know that right?" she told the audience. "During my (2019 Madame X) tour - I don't know if you've noticed it, but I'm limping a lot - I was in more pain that I've ever been in in my life."
The singer called herself a "bionic woman" and revealed she had hip replacement surgery to ease the pain.
"So, how do I stay in shape? It's all in your head," the superstar continued. "It's called will, it's called no one's gonna stop me, and how I stay in shape is no one's gonna stop me. And how I stay in shape is I don't believe in limitations."
The comments mark the first time Madonna has opened up about the surgery, aside from a selfie she posted to her Instagram Stories last year where she put her scar on display.
She tagged the post "recovery" and "beautiful scar".
From Cover News Via Yahoo!
A host of stars, including Billie Eilish, Ariana Grande, Kim Kardashian and Lil Nas X are set to appear in Madonna’s “Madame X Presents: Madame Xtra Q&A.”
The Madonna special will air on Paramount Plus on Nov. 18 and is hosted by “RuPaul’s Drag Race” winners Symone and Aquaria. Each of the stars appearing pose their burning questions to the star. In the special, Kardashian asks: “Do you have all of your awards show and music video wardrobe, and if you do, do you let your daughter wear any of it?” Kardashian admits she would love to raid the closet “so badly,” and asks the Queen of pop if she could borrow an item to wear one day.
Madame X” was filmed in January 2020 during Madonna’s six-night stand at the Coliseu dos Recreios in Lisbon, Portugal, as part of her 11th concert tour, which marked the first time she had played in theaters and smaller venues since 1985 Like a Virgin tour. The concert opens with “God Control,” and is followed by “Dark Ballet,” with its sample from Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker.
The album was released in 2019 and is a collection of 15 new songs inspired by Madonna’s residency in Lisbon, Portugal. “Lisbon is where my record was born,” Madonna said, “I found my tribe there and a magical world of incredible musicians that reinforced my belief that music across the world is truly all connected and is the soul of the universe.”
The Q&A was filmed when Madonna held court at the premiere of the new documentary “Madame X” on Sept. 23 at New York’s Paradise Club at the Edition Times Square.
Madonna made a surprise appearance at the star-studded amfAR Gala Los Angeles to present her longtime friend and collaborator Jeremy Scott with the Award of Courage in recognition of his work with the organization and his commitment to the fight against HIV/AIDS.
The eleventh edition of the annual event was held in an elaborately decorated tent at the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood on Thursday night after a one-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The gala, which was sponsored by Cadillac and FIJI Water, raised more than $1.8 million for HIV/AIDS research.
Shortly after an Ellen Von Unwerth photograph of Madonna was auctioned off for $70,000, the Queen of Pop herself took the stage and paid tribute to the Moschino creative director with a heartfelt speech, in which she also recalled how she was drawn into the fight against the devastating epidemic.
“In 1991, I stood on the amfAR stage and I was forced to clear up rumors that I had AIDS,” Madonna said. “I recall many journalists sticking microphones in my face, asking me, attacking me even, and saying ‘Madonna, Madonna is it true? Are you HIV positive? ’And of course my reply was ‘no, I just want to help people who are.’”
She continued, “That was an extremely eye-opening experience. I understood then that there was and there still is so much fear. That people thought if you stood next to a person with AIDS, or of course, hugged a person with AIDS, that you could get it. I witnessed how damaging it was. The hatred, the shaming, the fear, the misinformation that surrounded those suffering from this disease and unfortunately that fear still exists today. I’m sure that you are aware of it. I knew in that moment that my fight had just begun.”
The superstar acknowledged that the battle against HIV/AIDs is ongoing, noting that 1.5 million people had been infected with the disease in last year. “The fight is still not over,” Madonna said. “We can never be too complacent when it comes to the silent killer that continues to wreak havoc in people’s lives across the globe.”
Madonna went on to laud Scott’s work to raise funds for HIV/AIDs research from his involvement with the 1999 Life Ball in Vienna to his partnership with the Keith Haring Foundation, (RED), the Trevor Project and amfAR to carrying on the legacy of late Moschino founder Franco Moschino, who passed away from complications due to AIDS in 1994.
“You use your platform, and your platform shoes, to change the way that people look at others who are different, who are unique, who are extraordinary and often marginalized,” Madonna said. “I would say that you are destined for greatness but you are already great.”
Scott was visibly touched as he embraced Madonna and accepted his award. He recounted being bullied in his teenage years and thinking to himself, “One day, I’m going to be friends with Madonna.”
He said, “It’s hard for others to even understand a time before social media and TikTok and having glimpses into other people’s lives and before a time when Ryan Murphy’s programs proliferated the airwaves with gay characters and cast, and way before Lil Nas X was topping the charts about bottoming, even before there was the term ally.”
“There was only one word that represented a safe haven for young gays boys like me and that word was Madonna,” Scott said to cheers and applause from the audience.
He continued, “On behalf of all the gay boys and gay girls who you made feel seen, appreciated and loved, I am so humbled to accept this honor from the most courageous woman I know.”
On the red carpet, Scott, who was clad in a colorful suit that he said was inspired by “nursery rhymes and stuffed animals and all things cozy and cute”, described how he felt about receiving the award from Madonna.
He told Variety, “I’m beside myself. Out of body experience. Someone who literally when people were afraid to shake the hands of people with HIV and AIDS, she was out there fighting, bringing awareness, she’s lost so many friends. So for someone who has been so much in the fight for so long to come and honor me, it’s just, I don’t have words, I really don’t.”