Fresh off her Super Bowl Halftime show, Madonna isn't wasting anytime getting back out in front of her fans. She's announced a massive world tour that kicks off May 29 in Tel Aviv, returning to the US in August, complete with several dates in our area.
For Giants fans, this nail biter of a game was the cap to a season that almost wasn't. For Cowboys/Pats fans, well, tough luck. For the rest of us? It was still a great game with some incredible moments. No matter who you were rooting for, there's definitely something for everyone to talk about.
Madonna and her new song and video will be all over the place this week. Msn.com reprots the video will make it's debut on Thursday's edition of American Idol. On Friday, the song will be released as a single in the iTunes digital store, and of course Madonna will be performing it live at the Superbowl on Sunday.
According to Men's Health, no woman in history is hotter than Jennifer Aniston. The magazine says, "Funny is sexy, and Jennifer Aniston is funny." The other women that made the top 5 were Madonna, Britney Spears, Marilyn Monroe and Racquel Welch. If you were wondering about Angelina Jolie, she came in 10th, while Kim Kardshain was 26th, Jennifer Lopez was 60th and Julia Roberts came in
Guy Ritchie is opening up about being married to Madonna. "I stepped into a soap opera, and I lived it for quite a long time," he says. "I'll probably be more eloquent on it ten years from now." But even though it wasn't easy, Guy still has fond memories of their eight-year marriage...
After months of speculation, the worst kept secret in pop music has been confirmed: Madonna will indeed perform at the halftime show for Super Bowl XLVI, which will take place at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on Feb. 5. The game will air on NBC.