Madonna On Woman & Home
Queen Madonna, the busy mom and alleged adulterer opens up to press while in the midst of a media firestorm. But the interview is about as safe as it gets. No scandalous details and provocative questions were asked about A-Rod. The magazine scored for having Madonna on the cover, but not for asking the right questions. I know who reads those magazines. Sorry, ladies, there are no pie recipe.
Here are some highlights about the three most important things in her life — her children, her charities and, of course, herself — in the September issue of Woman & Home.
Madonna on motherhood:
Having children has had an enormous effect on me as a person, and creatively. When you have children you look at life differently. You have a much fuller sense of appreciation and for the fragility of life, and how magical we all are as human beings.
Madonna on turning 50:
The number 50 is not a bad word! I feel fine and am not sensitive about anyone talking about it. I see it as another excuse to have a party. I’m enjoying life as much as ever, as well as all the different things I do – directing, making music, having a family.
Madonna on Malawi:
I think the criticism that celebrities face when they are tackling humanitarian issues is down to the cynicism of the public. People like to criticize. It’s human nature. They can’t imagine someone could be doing something for an altruistic reason, because they are feeling generous.
Tonight, the queen of pop is expected to introduce her documentary about Malawi orphans, I Am Because We Are, at the State Theatre in downtown Traverse City.
The annual film festival that’s in full swing this weekend at the Michigan cherry capital is a family-friendly event, even with this year’s much-anticipated visit by Madonna. The Cannes film festival has champagne and starlets. The Traverse City version has baby buggies and hot dogs. It is just sweet and fun to do it that way. Once in a while.
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