Well before her death and in the years after, the popular princess made unwitting cameos on TV movies, late-night shows, and even animated comedies.
Since 1984, the VMAs have produced not some of the biggest pop culture moments as well as some of the most awkward, squirm-in-your-seat, can’t-look-away moments.
It's not just your Facebook friends. It seems the whole country — including a lot of Hollywood stars — is keyed up about this solar eclipse.
Madonna has recently pulled out all the stops when celebrating her birthday, check out some of her lavish birthday parties in recent years.
In a handwritten letter from the early ’90s, Madonna slams the talents of Sharon Stone and Whitney Houston, calling her contemporaries “horribly mediocre.”
Tupac died in 1996 after a shooting, but details of his breakup with Madonna are only now emerging. The two dated during the early '90s.
1985 was the year a rising pop star named Madonna went supernova thanks to her starring role in the hit comedy Desperately Seeking Susan and her first blockbuster North American concert tour. “She looked like Boy George,” Modine tells Yahoo Movies.
Broadway legend Patti LuPone says, “Madonna is a movie killer. She’s dead behind the eyes and cannot act her way out of a paper bag. She should not be in film or on stage.”
Geena Davis showed up at an annual baseball game in Arkansas that celebrates the inspiring female-empowerment comedy.
Universal is getting into the groove for a Madonna biopic. The studio has picked up Blonde Ambition, Elyse Hollander’s script that topped the 2016 Black List, the industry ranking that tracks Hollywood’s most-liked unproduced screenplays. Michael De Luca, who produced Fifty Shades of Grey for Universal, is attached to produce along with Brett Ratner’s RatPac Entertainment.
Empire actor Taye Diggs will be appearing on Lip Sync Battle this week, and in a short clip released online, we get to see him strike a pose. In the clip, Diggs channels his inner Madonna, lip-syncing to the singer’s 1990 hit “Vogue” in white lingerie and a cone bra.
Bill Gates may be a revolutionary figure in the tech industry, but that doesn’t mean his kids benefit from today’s hottest gadgets. Gates and his wife, Melinda, believe that limits should apply to children in the digital age.
Stars from Rihanna to Gwen Stefani to Gisele appeared on the Empire State Building as part of the 150th anniversary celebration for “Harper’s Bazaar.”
Katy Perry is on the cover of the May issue of Vogue, and she’s revealing a lot. While growing up, Katy said, she was the “black sheep” in a family of evangelical Christian pastors who sheltered her from the modern world. Katy’s childhood school was “really makeshift. During the 2016 presidential election, Katy campaigned for Hillary Clinton. “I think you have to stand for something, and if you’re not standing for anything.
Madonna is teaming up with DanceOn, a company she co-founded, to launch a social media competition to find her new personal trainer.
Over the last decade, the singing superstar has been photographed celebrating the joyous Jewish holiday — which is known to include costume parties — on several occasions, and she pulls out all the stops when it comes to her disguises.
Backed by a clever mix of kazoo, ukulele, tambourine, rainbow xylophone, and the occasional drumbeat (by Fallon, of course), Sheeran belted out his hit song in true grade-school style.
Hoda isn’t the only celeb to recently adopt. Madonna just added twin girls from Malawi to her family. Other celebrities like Sandra Bullock, Angelina Jolie, and Charlize Theron have shown the world that adoption is a beautiful thing. Bullock is a proud mommy to two adorable children named Louis and Laila.