Party rock could be in the house at the Super Bowl on February 5.
Will.i.am, who performed at the 2011 Super Bowl with the “Black Eyed Peas,” told Capital FM that LMFAO, the twosome behind the chart topping single “Sexy and I Know It,” will perform alongside Madonna at halftime.
“I'm going to the Super Bowl this year to see my group LMFAO perform with Madonna,” Will.i.am told the U.K. music station.
Madonna's first new album in five years is ready to roll out in late March, Interscope Records confirmed Thursday. To top it off, the 53-year-old has also inked a new three-album deal with the label.
The album's first single, “Gimme All Your Luvin,” will be released the last week in January, just in time for the Grammy-winning singer’s February 5 Super Bowl halftime appearance.
Madonna previously signed on to a extensive deal with Live Nation in 2007 that includes merchandising, new albums, DVDs, touring, and television and film projects, among other things. Now that Interscope is involved, Live Nation Entertainment’s Chairman of Global Music & CEO of Global Touring, Arthur Fogel, enthuses, “We look forward to a great partnership.”
"L-U-V" Madonna? Hopefully you'll feel that way about her supposed new track "Give Me All Your Love," which now has leaked in what sounds like its entirety.
Snippets of the pop song have been circulating on the Web, and by Tuesday the song was a trending topic, reports Billboard. It may also be the first single off the superstar's upcoming 12th studio album, expected to hit in spring 2012.
Nicki Minaj and M.I.A. are expected to be on the actual release, which has led some to suspect that what we've been listening to is just a demo. The intro, "L-U-V Madonna/Y-O-U You wanna?" calls to mind the peppiest cheerleader chant imaginable before you fall into an irresistibly catchy track.
Madonna has been a fixture in nearly every genre of entertainment for almost four decades, and now fans of the material girl will be able to buy a comic book dedicated entirely to the star.
"Female Force: Madonna" will be released in August 2011. Written by CW Cooke and drawn by Michael Johnson, the 32-page biographical comic book will focus on the pop singer's humble beginnings and the series of life-changing events that ultimately led to her becoming one of the most iconic performers in history.
As part of the "Female Force" series, the quick read joins previous publications dedicated to other well-known women including Hillary Clinton, Oprah Winfrey, JK Rowling, Ellen DeGeneres and Sarah Palin.
"Female Force: Madonna" will sell at comic book stores and online retailers for $3.99.
Looks like ‘80s-style clothing isn’t Lola’s only passion.
Madonna’s daughter Lourdes Leon recently wrote about her obsession with “Harry Potter” and dying her hair on her Material World blog, which is also the site for the Material Girl clothing collection she launched with her mom in August.
“I’m in L.A right now hanging out with my friend, we’re both sitting on my bed trying to find something cute to say, in case you all haven’t noticed I don’t spew rainbows, its more like frogs and stuff,” she wrote before declaring her love for J.K. Rowling’s best-selling series.
The children of Malawi have the strength to save the country, “they just need to be given the tools,” Madonna wrote in her blog Monday. The singer traveled to Malawi this week to begin laying a foundation - literally - for the Raising Malawi Academy for Girls.
“Tomorrow the brick I will lay is not just the bedrock to a school - it is the foundation for our shared future,” she wrote.
The academy, funded by Madonna’s charity, will “educate, protect and empower 450 young girls who are Malawi’s hope for the future.”
Madonna’s four children, two of which she adopted from Malawi, were with her.
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