It's the 20th anniversary of EROTICA, and that for me was exactly when I realized she was just ridiculous and a famewhore. I've liked some of the things she's done since then (particularly "Ray of Light," one of her all-time best songs), but I've just not respected her generally for twenty years.
Exactly when did you get over Madonna?
|by Anonymous||reply 180||08/19/2016|
American Life and her oh-so-deep commentary on war.
or maybe the children's books. or the Gap commercial. Or her bragging that she doesn't let her kids watch tv. Or the English accent.
|by Anonymous||reply 1||10/21/2012|
Loved her from the beginning, followed her through the years, and still love her today. No other artist has a repertoire like hers. She continually changes her musical style, collaborating with different artists and producers to give her fans something new every time.
If you got "over her", you are stating that you lost interest in her music, or were turned off by the way she was acting at that time.
I always felt like she was a good singer who put out catchy pop and dance music. She was always fighting the system - promoting women's rights, gay rights, abortion rights, sexual oppression, violence, ageism, etc. Because of this, a lot of folks just couldn't relate or lost interest.
Just my two cents. And I'd say judging from the sell-out tour that will break her own record, many others would agree.
|by Anonymous||reply 2||10/21/2012|
You are over her yet you make a thread about her?
|by Anonymous||reply 3||10/21/2012|
[quote]I always felt like she was a good singer
|by Anonymous||reply 4||10/21/2012|
When American Life was released. It was absolutely horrid.
|by Anonymous||reply 5||10/21/2012|
[quote]No other artist has a repertoire like hers.
|by Anonymous||reply 6||10/21/2012|
No other "artist" has had a boudoir that has seen more action than hers.
|by Anonymous||reply 9||10/21/2012|
The spring of 1986 when I was 12. I discovered Janet Jackson's Control Album.
|by Anonymous||reply 10||10/21/2012|
Defending Eminem is what made me hate her guts. I had bought most of her cds and albums up to that point, and I haven't bought a single one since. Her best dance-pop stuff was fun despite her vocal limitations, but I was also a fan because I thought she respected her gay audience and was in our corner. I always knew she was a poser who couldn't really sing, so when she betrayed gays with her gushing Emimen endorsement, all that was left was an annoyingly overpraised marginal talent who had exploited the gay audience.
|by Anonymous||reply 11||10/21/2012|
One of the biggest problems to Madonna's legacy is that many of her biggest hits were in the 80s, a time when synthesizers/drum-machines were at their cheesiest.
|by Anonymous||reply 12||10/21/2012|
I was never "under" her to get "over" her. I don't "have to like Madonna" just because I'm "gay" any more than I do Cher or Judy Garland or her daughter Liza.
|by Anonymous||reply 13||10/21/2012|
"Exactly when did you get over Madonna?"
When I realized that she hadn't gotten over herself.
|by Anonymous||reply 14||10/21/2012|
It's not possible to get "over" Madonna for those of us who have never been a fan of Madonna.
|by Anonymous||reply 15||10/21/2012|
After watching "Truth or Dare", she seemed like a fake bitch.
|by Anonymous||reply 16||10/21/2012|
Erotica was the last album I enjoyed, though I did like Secret from Bedtime Stories. But I was over Mad at that point.
|by Anonymous||reply 18||10/21/2012|
American Life is a criminally underrated album. I started to tune out when she collaborated with Justin Timberlake and Timbaland. There were some great songs on that album (Miles Away, Spanish Lesson, Voices, Dance Tonight) but she was incredibly lazy during that era. She thought the Justin feature would ensure big sales, but the album flopped hard.
|by Anonymous||reply 19||10/21/2012|
It was the minute she latched on to Britney. It made her resemble a storyline out of a horror flick where the cat sucks the breath out of a baby.
|by Anonymous||reply 20||10/21/2012|
We were supposed to be shocked. I was bored and embarrassed for her. Not because of the pix, but because the accompanying commentary was so trite.
Still, I've always been a casual fan. I'm in the minority here in that I enjoy the hell out of "Hard Candy."
|by Anonymous||reply 21||10/21/2012|
It would have to be "Music".
That Grace Slick quote rings true: "all rock-and-rollers over the age of 50 look stupid and should retire".
Now I view her the same way as Cher. Both are smart business women grinding out money from old fans.
|by Anonymous||reply 22||10/21/2012|
The moment that talent free hag appeared. I was never any kind of fan.
|by Anonymous||reply 23||10/21/2012|
I never got over her because I was never into her.
I absolutely loathe her with a passion...but I actually like this song...but that's it.
|by Anonymous||reply 24||10/21/2012|
There was a period in the mid-'90s when I really liked her. I loved Ray of Light (still do), but stopped following her after that and now I just think she's ridiculous, although I still enjoy some of her older stuff, if I'm in the mood for it.
My taste in music radically changed in the late '90s and I stopped following Top 40 music completely.
|by Anonymous||reply 25||10/21/2012|
English Rose Lady of the Manor phase.
|by Anonymous||reply 26||10/21/2012|
I would have had to be into her first, which I never have been.
|by Anonymous||reply 28||10/21/2012|
Get over her? I never even got under her.
|by Anonymous||reply 29||10/21/2012|
[quote]The spring of 1986 when I was 12. I discovered Janet Jackson's Control Album.
LOL. And Madonna was immediately mad.
|by Anonymous||reply 30||10/21/2012|
At about 26 when my musical tastes matured. I don't hate her or anything and still listen to a few of her oldies now and then. You just get older and a thumping beat to dance to just isn't your thing anymore.
|by Anonymous||reply 31||10/21/2012|
I was teetering on the edge when she gave Britney Spears attention and stage time. I went over the edge when she sampled Abba. So calculating and so behind the curve... years after Erasure's EP, years after the A-Teens, years after Muriel's Wedding, years after Mamma Mia!.
I knew she had dropped the ball and has done nothing since that reveals the foresight she used to have in musical direction.
|by Anonymous||reply 32||10/21/2012|
Well, as a kid I was always a fan. I was born in the 80s and grew up in the 90s. I was turned off a bit with her American Life album but then I liked her next album Confessions on a A Dance Floor or whatever it's called. After that album is when I started going online and reading more about her (mid 2000s). I learned all kinds of bad things about her, such as her copycat/thievery ways, her stank attitude and how she's just a gimmick queen/contrived controversy starter to make up for her lack of talent. So for the last 6 years or so, I've been permanently turned off and can be classified as a "hater" if you will.
|by Anonymous||reply 33||10/21/2012|
With the release of 'Music'. After that, I very nearly lost track of her recording career other than a small handful of songs I briefly heard on the radio. Prior to that, I was pretty engaged in her music, I liked it a lot. I knew what she was up to though, because she always tries to get herself attention. The whole British duchess thing was a complete turn-off, it made my skin crawl. I came back to her when she released 'Hard Candy' in 2008, I thought it was a good album. I was disappointed with MDNA though.
|by Anonymous||reply 34||10/21/2012|
I stopped paying attention to her after Erotica. She had pretty much played herself out.
|by Anonymous||reply 35||10/21/2012|
|by Anonymous||reply 36||10/21/2012|
I'm not OVER Madonna...I'm just ready for her to start caring about her music (and music in general - in interviews for MDNA she said she wasn't listening to any music at all aside from what Orbit played her - and guess what he played her? Kreayshawn, which only sold like 600 CDs and was sold at Hot Topic). I know she'll release quality, forward thinking tunes in the future. We just have to wait for her to care again.
|by Anonymous||reply 37||10/21/2012|
I've liked everything she's done. I give her credit for not always doing the same thing over and over (I'm looking at you, Janet). She hasn't always produced the best stuff, but she's changed it up. To me, it all began with the Like a Prayer album. Every album after that was a sort of evolution. Has she copied others? Sure - who hasn't. But who else could have done albums such as Ray of Light or Erotica?
|by Anonymous||reply 38||10/21/2012|
I think when she made out with Britney on stage she seemed so much less outspoken and merely cheesy and opportunistic
|by Anonymous||reply 39||10/21/2012|
After American Life..although I did like Ray of Light and even some of Confessions but the death knell was Hard Candy.
|by Anonymous||reply 40||10/22/2012|
[quote] Defending Eminem is what made me hate her guts. I had bought most of her cds and albums up to that point, and I haven't bought a single one since. Her best dance-pop stuff was fun despite her vocal limitations, but I was also a fan because I thought she respected her gay audience and was in our corner. I always knew she was a poser who couldn't really sing, so when she betrayed gays with her gushing Emimen endorsement, all that was left was an annoyingly overpraised marginal talent who had exploited the gay audience.
Also, the upper-class allegience she suddenly adhered to via Guy Ritchie - going on hunts, allying herself with the rich Tory toffs in power.
Basically: homophobic when it came down to it, and classist as well. NO sense of real ethics, then.
|by Anonymous||reply 41||10/22/2012|
I've always liked "Dress You Up" live concert video. She had two male back up dancers/singers; I always had crush on the dancer that was on the right in the video. Was that her brother? Cute asian guitar player in video also.
I like a few other songs of her from the earlier days but have never been die hard fan.
|by Anonymous||reply 42||10/22/2012|
When I found out how she steals from and torments poor Aisha. Her cousin Gwen Stefani is also on my shit-list for doing the same.
|by Anonymous||reply 43||10/22/2012|
Op it's rather obvious you are not over Madonna, or you wouldn't have started this thread. Look the woman is old, shot out, over the hill, she is yesterdays news and long past being put out to pasture. The same goes for the great granddaddies of rock, The Rolling Stones. They can't believe they still get p r.
|by Anonymous||reply 44||10/22/2012|
OMG is that Aisha actually posting on here? That girl better be careful because there's new brainscan technology that the elites have and Britney is buying it so she can scan Aisha's brain to get the lyrics, melodies and production to songs that are in Aisha's head. Britney will violate the copyright and Aisha will not see a dime. Britney is then loaning this technology to Gwen Stefani (Madonna's cousin) who will then scan Aisha's brain to steal all of Aisha's creative work so Gwen can release two new albums. They know if they get it directly from Aisha's brain, she won't be able to show the proof on her website! (The above comment is parody and not meant to be taken seriously)
|by Anonymous||reply 45||10/22/2012|
That was a filmed at Cobo Arena in Detroit in 1985 [R47]. I was one of the 13 year old bitches with the sunglasses getting out of the limo.
|by Anonymous||reply 46||10/22/2012|
American Life's "rap" verse... "I'm feeling super-duper".
|by Anonymous||reply 47||10/22/2012|
Honestly, I was done with her with the release of "Like A Prayer"...when she started to get all "personal" when her lyrics. That song about her father just makes me cringe. She redeemed herself somewhat with "Ray of Light", but she went right back to making terrible music after that.
|by Anonymous||reply 49||10/22/2012|
Ray of Light. Tuneless, pretentious drivel. She peaked on Erotica (genius...the funniest album she ever did), had a few more moments on Bedtime Stories, and that was it.
I do like "Sorry" however. It was a smash in Europe; why did it flop in the US?
|by Anonymous||reply 50||10/22/2012|
Even though Madonnas current CD is made up of terrible songs, which are an embarrassment to her Pettibone/Benetiz years, the songs are still a measure better than the crap Lady Gaga is coming out with on Art Pop 2013.
Rumor has it that Lady Gagas management is already desperately scavenging the music sphere for "Producers" to rescue her new Album.
|by Anonymous||reply 51||10/22/2012|
R51, would you know what the Pop Art songs are like? Are you a music industry insider? You seem like a desperately deluded Madonna stan.
[quote]Rumor has it...
I rest my case.
|by Anonymous||reply 52||10/22/2012|
oohhh Did someone touch a nerve [R52]?
|by Anonymous||reply 53||10/22/2012|
Let me think on that for a minute, R53. No.
|by Anonymous||reply 54||10/22/2012|
Lady Gaga is coming out with a line of bottled water!
|by Anonymous||reply 55||10/22/2012|
Gaga people already coming to the defense of her new Album before it is released.
It must be really, REALLY bad!
|by Anonymous||reply 56||10/22/2012|
Madonna people already denigrating a Gaga album before it is released.
It must be really, REALLY good!
|by Anonymous||reply 57||10/22/2012|
I agree with R23.
|by Anonymous||reply 58||10/22/2012|
American Life was the biggest disaster of the century, followed by Bedtime Stories.
|by Anonymous||reply 59||12/02/2012|
This endlessly repeated post has become possibly the most tedious, tiresomeand humorless theme in all of DL history. Bring back the cak.
|by Anonymous||reply 60||12/02/2012|
I was never under her, bitch.
|by Anonymous||reply 61||12/02/2012|
Never had to get over her because I have never been a fan. I prefer musicians and artists.
|by Anonymous||reply 62||12/02/2012|
When I realized American Life only had one decent song on it.
|by Anonymous||reply 63||12/02/2012|
I was over her when she sold out and married homophobe Guy Ritchie and moved to England pretending to be "high society". Not only did her music get shittier around that time, but I realized what a fake she was and how she was like all the other needy women who pretend to be something they're not just to please their husband.
|by Anonymous||reply 65||03/06/2013|
Pretty much after "Confessions on the Dance Floor, and the flower bit turned me off.
|by Anonymous||reply 66||03/06/2013|
R46's link is sort of shocking. It's been a long, long time since Madonna has had young people for fans.
|by Anonymous||reply 67||03/06/2013|
I think it was the craptacular trio Die Another Day/Swept Away/American Life. I liked Hung Up and thought she was back to making decent music again... but then that shitty song with Justin Timberlake followed by the shitty Celebration single and video. But the most damaging was the book by her brother and the hydrangeas video that really did it. The last CD was the first in nearly 30 years I didn't buy. She never grew up.
|by Anonymous||reply 68||03/06/2013|
as a little kid I wasn't a fan. When I got into my pre-teens and teens I liked her stuff. The "American Life" album was a turn off, but I didn't mind her "Hung Up" song later. When I got into my early 20s and found out online how much shit she has pulled, everything she has stole from others, and just how untalented she is, I was turned off for good. She's just an old, copycat, desperate attention-whore.
|by Anonymous||reply 69||08/31/2013|
The hydrangea debacle clinched it for me.
|by Anonymous||reply 70||08/31/2013|
When she tried to become an actress and when she took a pic with a champagne bottle to her "erotic" book.
|by Anonymous||reply 71||08/31/2013|
Erotica and the boring S&M shit and her insistence on an 'acting' career. The children's books were lame, too.
|by Anonymous||reply 72||08/31/2013|
I like the '80s/'90s Madonna.
|by Anonymous||reply 73||08/31/2013|
In my teens I wasn't a fan but I have been pretty much since 1990. Her film In Bed with Madonna and Justify My Love totally swang me. At a time when it really wasn't ok to be gay and there was little gay imagery in the mainstream media, that was just fucking fantastic and the music was brilliant too.
R19, American Life the song is fucking amazing, in my opinion. One of my favourite pieces of music. The whole accompanying video and the underlying message of the song, at that point in time, are pretty amazing. One of the few, Americans in particular, to stand up against the invasion of Iraq from the beginning, and took the flak for it.
|by Anonymous||reply 74||08/31/2013|
When she tried to sing "Live To Tell," a song that showed that vocally, she was in way over her head. Her tone on her slow songs is atrocious. She does not have natural vibrato.
|by Anonymous||reply 75||08/31/2013|
[quote]particularly "Ray of Light," one of her all-time best songs
And even that, like most of her output, is a ripoff.
|by Anonymous||reply 76||08/31/2013|
I think it was when she proved she had no sense of humor or humility left. You can wear all the grills you want, and collaborate with hot young talents like Nicki Minaj, but when she start taking yourself too seriously, you become officially irrelevant.
|by Anonymous||reply 77||08/31/2013|
I liked her up until Hard Candy (which was pure shit, from beginning to end).
|by Anonymous||reply 78||08/31/2013|
I was never UNDER her!
|by Anonymous||reply 79||08/31/2013|
|by Anonymous||reply 80||08/31/2013|
Why is anyone not over her at this point?
|by Anonymous||reply 81||08/31/2013|
I was never a Madonna fan and am unfamiliar with most of her music. I did like Spanish Lullaby.
|by Anonymous||reply 82||08/31/2013|
Yeah, after "Ray of Light", I got sickened enjoying her because she's such a tired, ugly-acting, humorless cunt. It was too much.
As someone who allegedly attended the University of Michigan to study dance, or as Madge says, "Dahnce", she moves like Mae West on Percodan in the laughable and super creepy "Hung Up" video. I guess that was the last straw!
|by Anonymous||reply 83||08/31/2013|
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|by Anonymous||reply 84||08/31/2013|
2000. It was the transition to mp3 formatting.
I had already repurchased her catalogue on CD and cassette formats.
"Music" was worth the mp3 pricing because it was new. None of the old stuff was worth .99 per download. "American Life" sounded like a bad joke.
Oddly, many of my other favorites made the cut to MP3.
|by Anonymous||reply 85||08/31/2013|
I was never more than a casual fan, but I enjoyed most of her output up through Ray of Light. Hated everything after that. "Hung Up" was ok, but I'd rather just listen to Abba's original, really.
When she married Guy Ritchie, got into Kabbalah, and bought herself a couple African kids, the Madonna I "knew" as a child of the 80s was gone forever.
|by Anonymous||reply 86||08/31/2013|
After Vogue, that was her peak. She's been downhill since then. I never got the big fuss about Ray of Light. The only song on that album I liked was Frozen.
|by Anonymous||reply 87||08/31/2013|
Never got over her as I never got into her in the first place.
|by Anonymous||reply 88||08/31/2013|
It was after "Ray of Light" that I didn't care for her next album releases. But, Confessions On The Dance Floor was a nice surprise, then Madonna went downhill again.
MDNA was very disappointing.
|by Anonymous||reply 89||08/31/2013|
Give Me All Your Lovin was terrible, pretty much a throwaway song. I don't even think Madonna tried hard to record a good song with MDNA. Hard Candy had a few good songs, but Madonna could have done better.
Madonna could redeem herself with a great album release. She needs to get serious with music again, and not getting in the news for showing her gold grills.
|by Anonymous||reply 90||08/31/2013|
Like a Virgin
|by Anonymous||reply 91||08/31/2013|
Agree with R92. The sight of her flopping around on stage with no rhythm, vocal skill or style on the Grammys, and at the same time obviously focusing on remembering her "choreography," was a precursor to everything else she has ever done. She was a self-marketer at a time when the competition was low, and that's what her entire career has capitalized on. But she was "that turd" from the moment she started.
|by Anonymous||reply 92||08/31/2013|
She very nearly lost me with American Life, that was her lowest ebb ever. Until now.
She lost her connection to the public after the adoptions and has gotten even worse since. The British accent may have gone but was replaced with some unfortunate drastic surgeries and toddler boyfriends.
It all changed after Sex. Then in came the kaballah and she went from bitchy but fun cunt to preachy hypocritical cunt. She's now nearly 60 and a heritage act and needs to accept that.
The music and tours are for hardcore fans only at this point. I don't see a way for her back unless she plays the nostalgia game, since warmth was never her greatest strength.
|by Anonymous||reply 93||09/21/2013|
I never liked her much to begin with. I had the rare pleasure of waiting on her and SP in a store back in the mid 1980s. Both were very nasty, strange and stuck on themselves. I don't have her albums. Not a fan, never was and never will be.
|by Anonymous||reply 94||09/21/2013|
R95 more details on what they were like? What did they say?
Honestly I think if more Vadge fans were to interact with her, they'd be instantly turned off. She really is a hypocrite of the highest order-preaching love and blah blah but is a raging bitch in real life.
|by Anonymous||reply 95||09/21/2013|
it comes and goes, the Sex book and erotica just seemed dumb but she roped me back with Ray of Light and the Grammy performace of "Hung Up"
|by Anonymous||reply 96||09/21/2013|
I got over her when I was 11-years-old, back in 1993. My parents bought the soundtrack from 'The Bodyguard' and I remember that I thought "Madonna is shit compared to this". I never looked back. She can't sing, dance or act, and is a mediocre songwriter at best - which makes her success all the more outrageous. Especially when you think about the fact that people who are actually talented fade into obscurity, while she remains "relevant" thanks to cheap shock tactics and shameless self-promotion.
|by Anonymous||reply 97||09/21/2013|
Like R75, I didn't become a fan until 1990.
For me it was the combo of Justify My Love, her doing Vogue on the MTV music awards in period costumes and the movie Truth or Dare.
For the life of me, I could never understood why the extent of her popularity was the way it was in the 1980s.
|by Anonymous||reply 98||09/21/2013|
I was a huge fan of Madge until better acts like Britney Spears, Beyoncé, Jessica Simpson, Rhianna and Kelly Clarkson came along and showed how passé Madonna was. She deservedly had her thunder stolen. In all fairness, she had her day and a lot of success, but her day ended somewhere around 1999. She should have retired gracefully at that time. But no, she'll keep touring and releasing sub-par albums until she's 85 and looking more pathetic with every passing year.
I still love her old (good) stuff.
|by Anonymous||reply 99||09/21/2013|
[quote]I never got the big fuss about Ray of Light.
Thank you! I never understood the hype about this album either. There were some good songs on it, but it was this album was the beginning of the end. To this day she has not let go of the shitty generic electronic sound that she became obsessed with during Ray of Light.
Her last good album was Bedtime Stories. Great adult contemporary album with an R&B feel. Her voice also sounded decent on it.
So I would say the late 90's when all the Kabbalah shit/fake British accent shit/Guy Ritchie shit/faux proper English lady shit was when I was done with her.
|by Anonymous||reply 100||09/21/2013|
|by Anonymous||reply 101||09/21/2013|
Has she bothered to take guitar lessons, or was all of that just a passing fad sort of thing? I mean, if she had any brains, she'd have Charo coach her and try to turn herself into a decent musician!
|by Anonymous||reply 102||09/21/2013|
I never understood the gay male obsession with that Madonna idiot. In the '80s, her mechanical, soulless disco shit drove me running for Metallica and Guns N' Roses. I was the odd-man out at the time, as every other gay dude I knew loved that vapid disco corn.
Her music tends to become "dated" very quickly. You can't listen to her '80s stuff without thinking, "eighties!" You can't listen to her '90s stuff without thinking, "nineties!"
Likewise, you can't listen to anything she has done since 2000 without thinking, "SHIT!"
|by Anonymous||reply 103||09/22/2013|
[quote]I mean, if she had any brains, she'd have Charo coach her and try to turn herself into a decent musician!
Charo shows her how La Isla should be done.
|by Anonymous||reply 104||09/22/2013|
In the 'Sex' book when she talked about hating fat people. Fuck you, bitch. She must post on DL.
|by Anonymous||reply 105||09/22/2013|
Anyone who is not over her by 2013 is just a moron. With all the info out there about her, and comparing her "talent" to others, she really sucks both as an entertainer and a human being. Those who continue to support and give money to her are pathetic.
|by Anonymous||reply 106||09/22/2013|
[quote]In the 'Sex' book when she talked about hating fat people.
What did Rosie think of that?
|by Anonymous||reply 107||09/22/2013|
about ten days after the wedding
|by Anonymous||reply 108||09/22/2013|
Everything after Confessions, I just could not get into it. Her opening number for that tour is still pretty incredible.
|by Anonymous||reply 109||09/22/2013|
i couldn't see the charo video in ny
|by Anonymous||reply 110||09/22/2013|
Madonna is an act. It's a pop act. Music is secondary since she's not really a singer. Hers is an act from music videos early days. She will end up in Vegas .
|by Anonymous||reply 111||09/22/2013|
The "Music" album from 2000 is when I got over her. That album was such a piece of robotic shit with stupid lyrics and when I realized how talentless she truly was. Every song on that album had her vocals put through a vocoder and Autotuned to death, and she's done that with her vocals ever since.
Oh, and that was also when she showed how fake she was when she married that homophobe Guy Ritchie and ignored her gay fans for years until her career was in the shitter and then she wanted to come crawling back pandering to them.
|by Anonymous||reply 112||07/19/2014|
Right after the first time I saw her perform.
|by Anonymous||reply 113||07/19/2014|
First time I heard her--1984, I think.
|by Anonymous||reply 114||07/19/2014|
[quote]Defending Eminem is what made me hate her guts.
Did you feel the same way towards Elton John, as well?
|by Anonymous||reply 115||07/19/2014|
She became a joke with "Body of Evidence". She was clearly trying to be Sharon Stone, and that was sad.
|by Anonymous||reply 116||07/19/2014|
Body of Evidence is an interesting film to watch to study actors. I just saw it recently and I was struck with how genuinely bad Madonna is yet somehow Julianne Moore with the same script and director and everything manages to be really good. (or as good as anyone can be under the circumstances.)
|by Anonymous||reply 117||07/19/2014|
I never "got" her from the beginning. She was a not particularly attractive, not particularly talented figure who was very good at drawing attention to herself. I could never understand what made some people think she was all that.
|by Anonymous||reply 118||07/19/2014|
What? You didn't like her failed attempt to be the lady of the English manor/Town and Country with that fake British accent even though she is from Detroit?
|by Anonymous||reply 119||07/19/2014|
I was never under her, OP.
|by Anonymous||reply 120||07/19/2014|
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|by Anonymous||reply 121||07/20/2014|
Oh, so this is the thread where a bunch of bitter queens ramble on about why they hate Madonna. Nothing to see here...
|by Anonymous||reply 122||07/20/2014|
R122 Vadge, shouldn't you be in your bathroom playing dress up and taking more stupid selfies?
|by Anonymous||reply 123||07/20/2014|
I never liked that whore.
|by Anonymous||reply 124||07/20/2014|
Kabbalah. Done. Crazy. No different than Scientology at the level she works at.
|by Anonymous||reply 125||07/20/2014|
That electronic digitized disco-ey sounding music that the Brits like did her no favors.
|by Anonymous||reply 126||07/20/2014|
OMG, the 25 posters who said they were never under her are SO clever, I'm thinking of troll-daring them so I can follow every smart quip that comes out of their minds.
|by Anonymous||reply 127||07/20/2014|
|by Anonymous||reply 128||07/20/2014|
When she got up on her high horse after marrying Guy Ritchie.
Proclaimed, in her fake British accent, that she was moving to the UK because it was unsafe to raise her children here.
Fast forward a couple of months...someone breaks into her house in the middle of the night, while they're all sleeping, burgles the place, takes her car keys & steals her car.
If that's not a karmic kick in the cunt, I don't know what is.
|by Anonymous||reply 129||07/20/2014|
R98 sounds like I could've posted it.
I didn't become a fan of hers until around the time of Truth or Dare, the Justify My Love video and her doing "Vogue" on the MTV Music Awards (although I thought the Sex book was really stupid).
|by Anonymous||reply 130||07/20/2014|
Some of us always thought she was a complete phony whose talent had nothing to do with musicianship and everything to do with her aggression and ability to market herself.
|by Anonymous||reply 131||07/20/2014|
She takes credit for other artists' work. And it's so blatant. I thought maybe Ray of Light was original, but even that was stolen.
The writer of the song, Curtiss Maldoon, sued her and won. She's been sued so many times.
|by Anonymous||reply 132||07/20/2014|
L I E S @ r132. Maldoon was credited as a writer in the album's booklet. There was no lawsuit.
From the December 1998 issue of SPIN:
"Muldoon's niece Christine Leach later updated it [Sepheryn], and sold the rights to Madonna and William Orbit after Muldoon died."
|by Anonymous||reply 133||07/20/2014|
R131 is right.
|by Anonymous||reply 134||07/20/2014|
r133 she got sued for not paying royalties to Maldoon while he was still alive. it has nothing to do with giving him credit.
She's been sued in courts all over the world for ripping off other artists.
|by Anonymous||reply 135||07/20/2014|
i meant to his estate, he died in 1976.
|by Anonymous||reply 136||07/20/2014|
(...I'm looking at you, Janet...)
Say it 3x in a mirror and IT will appear...
|by Anonymous||reply 137||07/20/2014|
I only liked her first album - I forget the name - and that Susan Seidelman film she was in. Only time her and my sense of the zeitgeist were in sync.
|by Anonymous||reply 138||07/20/2014|
I had been hoping she would die in a grease fire.
|by Anonymous||reply 139||07/20/2014|
She is ridiculous now because she lives in a bubble. But one thing I can relate too is the question of are you supposed give up the music you grew up with after a cetain age? I started listening and dancing to house and all types of dance music when I was 17 (1987) and I still love it but now that I 'm getting older (43] I somehow am supposed to not like it anymore because it's "young" music. Society says you shouldn't care about new music after a certain age. I'm not even going to get into how you are supposed to dress.
|by Anonymous||reply 140||07/20/2014|
She needs to move to different avenues. She's middle aged, but trying to stay revelant by thinking she's hip and stylish. But then she turns off most go her fans, who are middle-aged themselves.
|by Anonymous||reply 141||07/20/2014|
I'm irritated and bored by performers who say "worship me", "I'm the queen", etc. while they grind against their high end bathroom fixtures. I don't worship anybody. So lame.
|by Anonymous||reply 142||07/20/2014|
Her cover of American Pie killed it for me.
|by Anonymous||reply 143||07/20/2014|
Yeah, I agree: Madge pretty much jumped-the-shark when she latched on to Brittany like a drowning victim grabbing for a life raft: it made her look desperate.
|by Anonymous||reply 144||07/22/2014|
Living For Love y'all!
|by Anonymous||reply 145||03/01/2015|
[quote]Yeah, I agree: Madge pretty much jumped-the-shark when she latched on to Brittany like a drowning
. . . Murphy?
|by Anonymous||reply 146||03/01/2015|
Truth or Dare exposed her shitty personality and ruined all of her mystique for me.
|by Anonymous||reply 147||03/01/2015|
When she started using the death of Michael Stewart as a PR opportunity.
|by Anonymous||reply 148||03/01/2015|
'91 For me, she peaked with Justify My Love. When I was younger, I didn't realize This Used To Be My Playground, Erotica and Bedtime Stories were actually good. So now, I guess I would say '95. But her '90s stuff still didn't compare to her '80s stuff.
|by Anonymous||reply 149||03/01/2015|
I love her now more than ever. There, I said it.
|by Anonymous||reply 150||03/01/2015|
She's the definition of an attention whore. And shows all signs of being a pure sociopath. But, you know, most people have their eyes wide shut.
And she looks like she smells.
|by Anonymous||reply 151||03/01/2015|
EVERYONE is over Flopdonna. Even after performing at The Brit Awards on going on The Jonathan Ross show, her awful single "Living for Love" BOMBED in the UK, entering the UK Singles Chart at an embarrassing #26! LMAO!
|by Anonymous||reply 152||03/01/2015|
Jesus Christ. That psycho cunt Jabba's resorted to calling her Flopdonna.
You seriously need help Jabba.
|by Anonymous||reply 153||03/01/2015|
R152 is not me, R153, but your thinking that he IS me is more proof that I am on your mind 24/7, which is flattering but creepy because...well...it's you. I also wholeheartedly share R152's sentiments.
|by Anonymous||reply 154||03/01/2015|
r152 has posted the same thing in every single Madonna thread his drug-addled mind could find.
Let's look at it from another perspective.
It charted at #26 after only 3 days of sales and it's her 71st (!) top 40 song in the UK.
|by Anonymous||reply 155||03/01/2015|
[quote][R152] has posted the same thing in every single Madonna thread his drug-addled mind could find.
Drugs? No, that's your precious Vadge's territory.
|by Anonymous||reply 156||03/01/2015|
Wasn't she an ecstasy abuser at one point?
|by Anonymous||reply 157||03/01/2015|
|by Anonymous||reply 158||03/01/2015|
Lookin' For Love is currently lookin' for a place on the charts, but up until now it has yet to find one.
|by Anonymous||reply 159||03/01/2015|
[quote]Exactly when did you get over Madonna?
|by Anonymous||reply 160||03/01/2015|
The day this little bitch was born
|by Anonymous||reply 161||03/01/2015|
She's still better than all the current pop tarts out there. Beyonce's the only one who comes close, but she doesn't have as many big hits.
|by Anonymous||reply 162||03/01/2015|
LOL, R162 is DE-LU-SION-AL.
|by Anonymous||reply 163||03/01/2015|
Lookin' For Love is currently lookin' for a place on the charts, but up until now it has yet to find one. by: JDJ"
Ms. Jackson, you're last lead single peaked at #114 in the UK way back in 2008. It's been even longer since you had a top 10 song on the Hot 100. Madonna had one in 2012.
|by Anonymous||reply 164||03/01/2015|
LOL at Janbot aka r163 calling anyone else delusional.
|by Anonymous||reply 165||03/01/2015|
Octber 6, 1982.
|by Anonymous||reply 166||03/01/2015|
Janet's last Hot 100 #1 was in 2001. Madonna's was in 2000. Janet's was more recent. Janet wins.
|by Anonymous||reply 167||03/01/2015|
Since 2000 Janet has had 2 singles on the Hot 100 top 10. Madonna has had 6.
Plus, Madonna is a global star, so even when her albums underperform they STILL sell more than Janet's!
|by Anonymous||reply 168||03/01/2015|
Janet, GLOBAL superstar:
Still holds the record for fastest sellout of the Tokyo Dome
Began her Velvet Rope tour in Europe, where it sold out everywhere
Has legions of fans in South Africa, Asia, Australia and South America
Has had Danish and Russian fan clubs dedicated to her
Witness as Janet is mobbed by fans as she arrives in Australia for the janet. tour...
|by Anonymous||reply 169||03/01/2015|
|by Anonymous||reply 170||03/01/2015|
Janet's German fans go WILD in this clip...
|by Anonymous||reply 171||03/01/2015|
|by Anonymous||reply 172||03/01/2015|
I'm so sick of this shit.
|by Anonymous||reply 173||03/01/2015|
I was never a huge Madonna fan. That's probably because I started watching MTV when Madonna was in her Music/English Duchess era and I didn't really like the music nor the stuff I read about her in the tabloids. All the albums she released after that were even worse. But listening to some of her older songs (Live to Tell, Frozen, Like a Prayer/Virgin, Vogue, Sanctuary...) makes me understand why she was so big back in the day - she was actually making some really good pop music and even though she was always pretentious/annoying/attention whoring, her music at least made up for it. But the moment she stoped making quality music she became a joke. But even though some of her older stuff was very good it's obvious that she would never become that big without all the crazy antics. Unfortunately she just didn't know when to stop with all the gimmicks (just like Lady Caca) and her attempts at staying relevant are getting more and more pathetic.
|by Anonymous||reply 174||03/01/2015|
She's just a mouse studying to be a rat
|by Anonymous||reply 175||03/01/2015|
|by Anonymous||reply 176||03/01/2015|
When she kissed britney spears on tv
|by Anonymous||reply 177||03/01/2015|
She is the toast of Cuba this week for her Birthday Celebracions.
|by Anonymous||reply 178||08/19/2016|
Post divorce from Ritchie, with the mid-life crisis and boy toys. It was all downhill. She can still turn out a good well produced tune, mind you.
|by Anonymous||reply 179||08/19/2016|