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Does Madonna L-U-V Lady Gaga? Cynthia McFadden teases the question "that almost blew up the internet."

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  1. I hope Madonna won't take the bait. This whole Gaga vs. Madonna meme is such an embarrassment—it's got adult men who love Madonna bitching about Gaga not being wholly original and young men who love Gaga bitching about Madonna being ancient and useless at 53. They're both great artists and both 100% pro-gay. One doesn't cancel out the other. Now let's rechannel that venom toward Rick Santorum and that Michigan mayor and others who have earned it.

    Posted by: Matthew Rettenmund | Jan 10, 2012 10:13:56 AM


  2. Shouldn't this really be called, Cynthia McFadden Posts An Ad on Towleroad?

    Posted by: Marc C | Jan 10, 2012 10:14:01 AM


  3. Kudos, Marc C. Exactly my thought.

    When I see this type of clip, I always wonder who the parent company of both sources is. (Even though I know Andy is not "owned".)

    Posted by: johnny | Jan 10, 2012 10:22:17 AM


  4. she is starting to look like cher in the face

    too much nip tucking going on

    Posted by: say what | Jan 10, 2012 10:28:03 AM


  5. You read my mind Marc c

    Posted by: Chad | Jan 10, 2012 10:29:19 AM


  6. @Matthew Rettenmund Did you forget to put the word men in quotes? (LOL)

    Posted by: Rick | Jan 10, 2012 10:36:12 AM


  7. Ads don't equal news. Not what I expected here.

    Posted by: Christopher | Jan 10, 2012 10:38:39 AM


  8. I'm so happy to see the fun-loving, happy Madonna again. Madonna's more entertaining when she isn't taking herself seriously.

    Posted by: Sarina | Jan 10, 2012 11:00:31 AM


  9. Does this interview take place in Madonna's home? If so, I am appalled at the decor, she really is an old lady.

    Posted by: Critifur | Jan 10, 2012 11:38:00 AM


  10. @critifur It's not in Madonna's home but in a hotel room. I used to work in PR and they set up these press junkets in hotels where one journalist after another comes into the room to interview a singer or movie star.
    I don't understand the feud between Madonna and Gaga fans. Usually these feuds start because one celebrity says something bad about another. But neither Gaga or Madonna have ever said anything bad about each other. I like them both. They are both very classy dignified ladies who have never engaged in the kind of bitching that has unfortunately in recent years become admired in the gay community. But what people fail to see is if you engage in that kind of bitching you have no integrity to campaign against straight people bullying gay children when you do the same with your words. Gaga and Madonna have always understood that.

    Posted by: Tommy | Jan 10, 2012 11:48:03 AM


  11. Rick@ that was priceless, I laughed. At least you're consistent and whether these guys like it or not you've got a good comic streak.

    Btw do YOU think you're a misogynist?

    Posted by: uffda | Jan 10, 2012 1:31:01 PM


  12. @UFFDA I don't really know what the term misogynist means. Women and men are different in lots of ways and that has been well-documented at this point.....and even feminists have conceded the point. The whole Mars/Venus thing is an established phenomenon. So then the question arises: Why is one required to like certain traits that are more characteristic of one gender than the other, especially if that trait is possessed by the opposite gender rather than your own? And does one "hate" the opposite sex if one does not like some of the ways that they are different from one's own?

    Am I required to like it when women decide how to proceed in an interpersonal situation on the basis of a value system that values loyalty over justice (which they have a strong tendency to do compared to men)? And are they required to like it when a man does the opposite?

    People are individuals, so these traits are not always gender-driven, but to the extent that they are heavily gender-skewed, then one has to "make a call" as to which gender one tends to prefer and feel more commonality with.

    We all have to inhabit this planet together, so compromise is essential--and that applies when it comes to the two genders as much as it does any other two groups of people.....but I think the gist of feminism is that it has sought to tell women that they do not have to compromise and that they are always right and that they should do and have anything they want, regardless of how others are effected by it and that any man that gets in the way of that "hates women".....(a phrase that, like the term "misogyny" is, predictably, emotion-driven rather than rationality-driven)

    Anyway, one could go on about this forever, but perhaps that will provide you some insight

    Posted by: Rick | Jan 10, 2012 2:49:39 PM


  13. YAY to Tommy & Matthew R's comments. But I have to say, forget the hotel room, WTF IS SHE WEARING?!? Oh, Madonna. You'll always have a place in my heart, but your fashion sense has never been great.

    Posted by: Christian | Jan 10, 2012 4:29:56 PM


  14. ever notice that the gays that listen to Madonna and gaga tend to come out years before the gays that make a point of letting people know that they don't listen to madonna or gaga?

    funny, eh? how well has "not liking them" served you? didn't help you get over your insecurities, sugarpies :D

    Posted by: Little Kiwi | Jan 10, 2012 4:53:46 PM


  15. What RICK doesn't know could fill a book. Wait, make that all books.

    Posted by: TJ | Jan 10, 2012 5:05:10 PM


  16. i cannot watch in interview that contains a needle point dog throw pillow. madonna did i ever really know you afterall?did the style of vouge mean nothing to you? hire your useless brother back pls and let him remove the 'nursing' look from your home.

    Posted by: pinky | Jan 10, 2012 5:39:02 PM


  17. A lot of your criticisms of Madge and this "ad" posing as blog post are accurate, but I still wanna watch real bad.

    Posted by: hoganbcmj | Jan 10, 2012 7:10:26 PM


  18. So where can we find the real interview?

    Posted by: Ian M. Walker | Jan 10, 2012 8:06:40 PM


  19. I can't wait, this takes me back!

    Posted by: Kyle | Jan 10, 2012 8:20:13 PM


  20. @ Pinky-the needlepoint dog pillows sold at auction several years ago from the duke and duchess of windsor estate. Since Her Royal Madgesty is doing a press junket for her movie based on the Duke and Duchess this is such a madonna thing to do. Madge is so crafty and subtle. She understands how the press works backwards and forward but more importantly how one needlepoint pillow gets u and me talking and now u will tell 1-5 people, etc.etc.

    I LOVE YOU MADONNA!

    Posted by: tim | Jan 10, 2012 11:59:47 PM


  21. Why is she dressed as a chandelier?

    Posted by: provvis | Jan 11, 2012 4:10:04 AM


  22. OK, even though I'm not a Madonna follower anymore, I must say she looks pretty good here. Actually she looks fantabulous. Guess the botox looks good on one after settling in?

    Posted by: FunMe | Jan 11, 2012 4:52:02 AM


  23. *We must not forget that "a rising tide lifts all boats." Every time someone compares the two, M benefits. She gets more you tube hits, newer/younger fans, and potential sales. She has been wise by not reacting to this too quickly. Smart people know that in reality, these girls are too busy living a life we that many of us dream of. These artists secretly laugh at all of these bored and desperate you tube fans with their Diva War fantasies. These girls admire and respect each other. Besides there is no room in Kaballah for pettiness like that. Madonna was simply stoking the flames for even more mutually beneficial publicity. Some foolish queens just took the bait!

    Posted by: Davey | Jan 14, 2012 10:04:40 PM


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