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and the new face!
Last night Chi Chi was howling. I went in to see what she was laughing at.
"Look at Bellzie's new 'religious face'!" she said.
Esther was on TV giving a press conference at The wailing Wall or somewhere. She had this hysterically pious deeply religious expression. It was too much to bear! It was alot like the "Children's Book Face" but much more...
Well, I guess "devote" would have to be the word.
How the hell does she get away with this shit?


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It's always been a pendulum with her, forever swinging between the two themes that have defined her entire career: Religion and her Pussy. (all her various sub-themes that drip out i.e. the dead mother/motherhood, feminism, etc can all be traced back to one of these two gaping holes) Right now she's wrapped up in the former subject. Were it not for her children we could count on her to eventually swing back to the other topic and faithfully spread her legs for the world to see as she has always done before. But now that Lourdes is getting old enough to comprehend what's going on, we may never see Esther talking twat again. Hopefully she'll squeeze out a few more good pop ditties though the sun sets on her secret garden. I enjoy her music.
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Madonna plans Spears' honeymoon

Pop beauty Britney Spears has accepted Madonna's invitation to spend her honeymoon at the Material Girl's British country estate, pals claim.

Madonna and her director husband Guy Ritchie phoned the Toxic singer to congratulate her on last Saturday's wedding to dancer Kevin Federline, and thrilled the 22-year-old by offering her a break from the American media at her $16m (€13.2m) Wiltshire home, reports Britain's The Sun newspaper.

Spears' close friend says: "Madonna always keeps an eye out for Britney. She has taken a keen interest in her career. She and Guy decided it would be a better idea to have them for a holiday than send them a gift.

"Britney was so flattered. She looks up to Madonna and has always claimed she is one of her biggest influences. Spending some time at Madonna's house in England was the ultimate wedding present. It's not an audience many stars are granted."

Madonna's university challenge

THERE are a few challenges left for MADONNA – and a university degree is one of them.

Having pretty much conquered the world of pop, Madge is now set to read Literature at Oxford University.

The Material Girl is to further her knowledge of British literary greats such as Shakespeare, Thomas Hardy and Jane Austen by studying for a Bachelor of Arts qualification.

But undergraduates should not get too excited about sharing halls of residence with her "” she will be doing the course from home.

A source said: "Madonna was always frustrated about having to sacrifice her education when her music career took off.

"She is fiercely intelligent and incredibly well read and has always taken a keen interest in literature. She is determined to get a qualification.

"She sets herself new challenges all the time and the Oxford University course is her latest.

"It's an illustrious place to study and she was delighted to be accepted and will make the most of the opportunity."

Madonna is a dab hand on the computer and researched courses where she could study from home and submit her assignments online "” from anywhere in the world. And distance learning at Oxford means just that.

Its Faculty of English is the largest in the UK with about 100 professors and lecturers.

Madge was 19 and learning dance after finishing school in Michigan when her pop career took off.

Since then the Queen of Pop has longed to get her education back on track.
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Let's get realistic about the 'career' trajectory here and drop the euphamisms about 'pop career' 'taking off'. She was in her mid-twenties when she traded time with her cooch to a low-end producer for a recording.

And let's get underneath the gossip mag's subtext, really. Her interest in Spears is the same as her interest was in Sandra Bernhardt. Let's just hope their hubbies get along the same way.

The glam, glitz, and phoney spell of celebritydom ripped away, she's still just a chic from Michigan. You can turn anybody into a popgod, look what they did with Mickey Mouse!
Thanks! Listening to it that she's still in accent limbo. Some reportage hitting the wires today:

Madonna wants US troops out of Iraq
November 10, 2004 - 3:37PM - Agence France Presse

US pop star Madonna has made a rare foray into politics, calling for her home country to withdraw its troops from Iraq during an interview with British radio.

"I just don't want American troops to be in Iraq, period," she said on BBC Radio on Tuesday.

"My feelings are 'can we just all get out?'," said the 46-year-old star, who lives mainly in London with British film director husband Guy Ritchie, who said she believes the US-led war will not help in the fight against terrorism.

"Global terror is everywhere. Global terror is down the street, around the block," she said.

"Global terror is in California. There's global terror everywhere and it's absurd to think you can get it by going to one country and dropping tons of bombs on innocent people."

Madonna's best known belief is her adherence to the Kabbalah, a faith based on the study of Hebrew texts which has become increasingly popular in recent years, notably among music and film stars.

On other subjects, the singer said the recent US presidential election had illustrated how US society was "becoming very divided".

"People are becoming very polarised," she said. "We have people who don't want to think, and who just want to guard what is theirs, and they're selfish and limited in their thinking and they're very fearful in their choices."

Madonna said that her personal choice for the presidency would have been Wesley Clark, the former four star general who was well beaten to the Democratic nomination by John Kerry.

"I thought very carefully about it. I thought Wesley Clark had the best leadership qualities," she said.

"If he had the same political experience as Kerry he could have bridged that gap."

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