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Here's Madonna's Full 'Turn Up the Radio' VIDEO

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Madonna picks up a band of merrymakers to lift her spirits in Florence, Italy in her new video for "Turn Up the Radio".

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  1. Does it seem as though the person in the overalls and mohawk is a girl? If so, she shows a full breast in the video. This may be a sneaky way of getting an androgynous person by the censors.

    Posted by: Stephen | Jul 16, 2012 3:39:23 PM


  2. the sheer number of responses makes it clear she still matters. But whoa, what a banal song. these trite lyrics seem to be a first draft of a third grader. It's just so simplistic. And while madonna has never been a technically great singer, post Evita when she really learned to make the most of her thin voice, she had some great vocal performances, particularly on Ray of Light. Now? Thin, tinny and squeaky as if she learned nothing from that period of her career. I just don't get it. How did the bar get so low? And then there is the matter of this video. Fine, she looks like a drag queen with those tarantula eye lashes, fake hair and boobs by Jell-O, but the concept, that she is annoyed by paparazzi and wants to be left alone and then opens up the convertible so she can be adored by the masses and bask in attention doesn't make sense. Or maybe it does, at this point in her career, she just wants to be adored unconditionally. I for one am perfectly willing to do that, but on one condition, that she create more interesting music.

    Posted by: dms | Jul 16, 2012 5:25:22 PM


  3. Madonna looks fantastic (and the garage guy was fine looking too) The video is ok.

    Posted by: jaragon | Jul 16, 2012 6:58:18 PM


  4. Madge looks amazing in the video!

    Posted by: Chicklets | Jul 16, 2012 8:02:58 PM


  5. The bitches gonna stay bitches on here....

    Posted by: Alan Brickman | Jul 16, 2012 8:55:55 PM


  6. I must be getting old, too. I found it to be just as lame as Donna Summer's Stomp Your Feet.

    Posted by: Mark | Jul 16, 2012 9:47:49 PM


  7. Plain song for a plain video. And as others have said, why doesn't she have people her own age in the video instead of all 20-somethings making her look their grandma? She makes it seem like you're only "cool" if you hang out with young people, which is ridiculous considering she'll be 54 next month.

    Posted by: Sad | Jul 16, 2012 10:29:18 PM


  8. meh.

    Posted by: Cgg | Jul 16, 2012 10:34:03 PM


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