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.
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.
The Queen of Pop's latest is a sexy, summery ode to the Colombian city.
Madge gets down with a spy vibe in an intriguing teaser video.
The two pop icons embraced at an Oscars after-party
"He dupes and he deceives, but still his base believes the MAGA mantras he repeats."
Lucas had a storied career as a musician, composer and album producer (including Madonna's first).
Women like Lauryn Hill and Madonna were the big winners that year, but all the great outfits were a close second.
The Queen of Pop will be presented with the Advocate for Change Award in May.
Praised by Elton John and Madonna, the South African artist vows to "never live in fear again" in his new video.