Madonna

"He was a wonderful, kind, gentle, wonderful actor with a great sense of humor," she said of Mark Blum.
The singer called the global pandemic a "great equalizer," while soaking in a rose petal bath.
Queen, Green Day, Avril Lavigne, BTS and other artists also are nixing upcoming dates.
The Material Girl joins a growing list of acts including BTS, Mariah Carey and Green Day who have scrapped shows because of the spreading virus.
The Queen of Pop has a deal for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
The '80s pop star dished on their supposed feud on 'Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen."
The makeup mogul and her best friend Stassie Karanikolaou dipped into the pop culture archives for inspiration.
The 70-year-old director on "Pain and Glory," Antonio Banderas, Whoopi Goldberg, almost working with Madonna and the Trump impeachment inquiry.
Happy birthday to the “Queen of Pop!”
Though the Queen of Pop turned down Gaultier's offer, she and the designer nonetheless forged a friendship that's the stuff of legend.
"I appreciate that she spoke up about AIDS and queer people, but there was also a kind of appropriation," the "Hedwig and the Angry Inch" creator said.
Taking the stage in New York, the Queen of Pop expressed her gratitude to LGBTQ fans for having "always been embraced by Queer Nation."
The graphic video was branded “horrible,” “f**ked up” and “triggering” for survivors like her. A Pulse nightclub survivor has also called it "insensitive."
The Queen of Pop depicts a mass nightclub shooting in the latest video from her new album, "Madame X."
Ronald Reagan occupied the White House the last time Madge and the Boss held the top two spots on the charts.
Today, the world's most accomplished pop star provokes ire and indifference. Where did she — or we — go wrong?
The pop star still didn't rally behind the Time's Up movement, saying she would never "cheer for someone's demise."
The Queen of Pop told British Vogue she hasn't seen "Leaving Neverland," which lays out sexual abuse claims against Jackson.
The Queen of Pop received GLAAD's Advocate for Change Award at a starry New York fête.
The pop icon’s latest track from her album “Madame X” is a rallying cry of resilience.