Madonna

In a new interview, the Oscar nominee recalled accusing director Penny Marshall of making "an Elvis film" after the Queen of Pop joined the cast.
The music icon condemned DaBaby for spreading false information and encouraged the rapper to “know your facts.”
The Queen of Pop is both a sexy spy and a Founding Father in the first clip from her long-awaited concert film, which hits Paramount+ on Oct. 8.
“Give this woman her life back," Madonna wrote on Instagram. "Slavery was abolished so long ago!"
The pop icon sparked backlash for comparing her kiss with Britney Spears to the singer's viral BET Awards performance.
TikTok user Amelia Goldie said she would like credit after the Material Girl apparently struck a pose using Goldie’s body.
Lopez's costume choice raised a few eyebrows after the couple posted pictures.
The Queen of Pop's new ink is very much a family affair.
The "Material Girl" is collaborating with "Juno" screenwriter Diablo Cody on the screenplay, but there have been no casting announcements.
"The truth will set us all Free!" the pop star wrote. Fellow performer Annie Lennox called her out for endorsing "dangerous quackery."