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Reply #30 posted 03/25/20 6:17pm

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Preach to the choir.


Papa Don't Preach.

lol lol

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Reply #31 posted 03/25/20 8:05pm

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Same repulsive egotistical freak she’s always been....just wayyy freakier face
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Reply #32 posted 03/26/20 7:48am

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I saw someone comment "Have you always been this weird?" and I am thinking she had both more privilege and privacy before to mask it.

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Reply #33 posted 03/26/20 1:20pm

alphastreet

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I saw someone comment "Have you always been this weird?" and I am thinking she had both more privilege and privacy before to mask it.



She’s behaving herself on Instagram now, I wonder if her people pulled an intervention and talked to her cause that video was so weird
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Reply #34 posted 03/26/20 2:43pm

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I guess I'm the only one who was going "So, who's the Asian chick?"

lol

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Reply #35 posted 03/27/20 3:47pm

alphastreet

I wonder how her mental health is during this time
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Reply #36 posted 03/27/20 6:48pm

looby

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I wonder how her mental health is during this time

From the looks of it, her mental health doesn't seem all that well....kind of sad really, and what the heck has she done to her face?

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Reply #37 posted 03/27/20 7:05pm

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alphastreet said:


I wonder how her mental health is during this time

From the looks of it, her mental health doesn't seem all that well....kind of sad really, and what the heck has she done to her face?



Yeah I agree, she doesn’t even look like herself and she was such a gorgeous lady. I’ve seen in people’s comments online that they think she has dementia
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Reply #38 posted 03/27/20 8:57pm

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Bad enough she talked about blowing up the White House years ago, but now this where she calls the Coronavirus "The Great Equalizer"???

She really seems to be out of touch with reality. Thoughts about this video?

https://www.youtube.com/w...UYU4Slh34I



IMO, Madonna is correct. The Coronavirus doesn’t discriminate. It IS an equalizer. It doesn’t care what race, age or gender you are. It doesn’t matter if you are rich or more. This virus is attacking everyone. Madonna is correct,the Coronavirus IS an equalizer.

Btw, Madonna doesn’t look bad. This woman is 60+ and looking pretty good.
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Reply #39 posted 03/28/20 8:26am

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^^Come on Free2BeMe, let's be real and honest here, a 60+ woman sitting a bath, talking about the Coronavirus being an equalizer, doesn't come off like someone that's all there mentally, and even she probably realized that, in which is why her post was deleted by her or someone on her team. And as for looking good, that's debateable. She looks like someone who has had a lot of work done, in her effort to try and stay young, someone that's barely recognizable. Remember, folks haven't forgotten what the real face of Madonna looked like, they aren't stupid or blind.

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Reply #40 posted 03/28/20 10:12am

alphastreet

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^^Come on Free2BeMe, let's be real and honest here, a 60+ woman sitting a bath, talking about the Coronavirus being an equalizer, doesn't come off like someone that's all there mentally, and even she probably realized that, in which is why her post was deleted by her or someone on her team. And as for looking good, that's debateable. She looks like someone who has had a lot of work done, in her effort to try and stay young, someone that's barely recognizable. Remember, folks haven't forgotten what the real face of Madonna looked like, they aren't stupid or blind.



I agree with this fully though I’m still a fan.
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Reply #41 posted 03/28/20 10:32am

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Yeah, not her finest moment. That's the problem with Instagram though, it removes the filter and PR guidance a lot of these celebs rely on.

On a side note, I don't know why all of these celebs feel we need to hear from them so urgently right now. I can appreciate folk like Chris Martin doing a little home concert or Jamie Oliver doing some emergency cook with the stuff in your cupboard videos, but all these celebs doing vids offering their opinions and "advice" ... can't they just leave us alone for a bit?

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Reply #42 posted 03/28/20 11:24am

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DaveT said:

On a side note, I don't know why all of these celebs feel we need to hear from them so urgently right now. I can appreciate folk like Chris Martin doing a little home concert or Jamie Oliver doing some emergency cook with the stuff in your cupboard videos, but all these celebs doing vids offering their opinions and "advice" ... can't they just leave us alone for a bit?

Agreed. And for them with their mansions and acres of property surrounding it with staff getting shit for them, it's easy to say "Stay the fuck inside.". It's different for real folks. In these times they better entertain, like Ellen or Melissa Etheridge (who does a daily 3 song live concert) for example and/or otherwise shut the fuck up and not tell us what to do.

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Reply #43 posted 03/28/20 12:07pm

S2DG

Does it care that you must have no friends who should have told you when to stop with the plastic surgery?

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Reply #44 posted 03/28/20 1:09pm

alphastreet

She probably doesn’t have a lot of friends who have her best interests. She wants to be younger and continues to behave childishly on her social media, and it was already happening before the release of madame x, which is actually a really good album
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Reply #45 posted 03/28/20 2:57pm

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alphastreet said:

She probably doesn’t have a lot of friends who have her best interests. She wants to be younger and continues to behave childishly on her social media, and it was already happening before the release of madame x, which is actually a really good album


well she has like 17 children, doesn't she lol i'm sure she's got enough going on in her day to day
life to keep her busy. plus all her business ventures and her music career etc. and she probably has
some 24 year old boyfriend bouncing around her house as well cool

she's just silly, i guess. like a really really embarassing mom with 20 mil instagram followers falloff

lourdes (she's the oldes one, right?) must be so proud touched

i'm convinced she means well and she has a good heart and all. but damn, it would be better if she
just sang us a song from the bath.

and true love lives on lollipops and crisps
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Reply #46 posted 03/28/20 4:48pm

alphastreet

IstenSzek said:



alphastreet said:


She probably doesn’t have a lot of friends who have her best interests. She wants to be younger and continues to behave childishly on her social media, and it was already happening before the release of madame x, which is actually a really good album


well she has like 17 children, doesn't she lol i'm sure she's got enough going on in her day to day
life to keep her busy. plus all her business ventures and her music career etc. and she probably has
some 24 year old boyfriend bouncing around her house as well cool

she's just silly, i guess. like a really really embarassing mom with 20 mil instagram followers falloff

lourdes (she's the oldes one, right?) must be so proud touched

i'm convinced she means well and she has a good heart and all. but damn, it would be better if she
just sang us a song from the bath.



Prince already beat her to the song in a bathtub
lol
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Reply #47 posted 03/28/20 5:09pm

looby

DaveT said:

Yeah, not her finest moment. That's the problem with Instagram though, it removes the filter and PR guidance a lot of these celebs rely on.

On a side note, I don't know why all of these celebs feel we need to hear from them so urgently right now. I can appreciate folk like Chris Martin doing a little home concert or Jamie Oliver doing some emergency cook with the stuff in your cupboard videos, but all these celebs doing vids offering their opinions and "advice" ... can't they just leave us alone for a bit?

I agree with you on the side note. I too wish that the celebs would just "leave us alone for a bit". Some of them are so far removed from real life, that they don't have a clue how the other half lives. They don't realize that when they get on their soap boxes and put in their two cents worth, trying to give others advice, that it comes off kind of arrogant and condescending on their part, as if they know more than we do, and like we should be thrilled that they are giving us peasants their words of wisdom, that we should blindly follow and do. It can really be annoying, so no thank you!

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Reply #48 posted 03/28/20 5:34pm

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As far as I know, a person would have to be following famous people on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, their official websites, etc. to see any advice. So the only way to be tired of whatever they say is to be constantly looking at their posts.

I don't think the followers of the former host of The Apprentice is tired of him Tweeting.

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Reply #49 posted 03/28/20 6:17pm

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^^@MickeyDolenz, I don't follow famous people on their official websites, and I don't have a Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook account, I never did, so apparently that's not the only way to be tired of whatever they say, because I don't constantly look at their posts. However, I do watch TV, and I use my computer, so I see lots of news.

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Reply #50 posted 03/28/20 7:52pm

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looby said:

^^@MickeyDolenz, I don't follow famous people on their official websites, and I don't have a Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook account, I never did, so apparently that's not the only way to be tired of whatever they say, because I don't constantly look at their posts. However, I do watch TV, and I use my computer, so I see lots of news.

But the regular news started to turn into Entertainment Tonight & The National Inquirer in the 1990s. razz It's not like Walter Cronkite was talking about Burt Reynolds or The Rat Pack all the time in his day. Now mainstream news reporters talk about what happened on The Bachelor, American Idol, & The Masked Singer. Modern newspeople follow celeb social media, so someone is still reading or watching what they post. They purposefully look for posts that will get people to watch their programs or click on their sites. The lot of people are interested in celebrities and what they say and talk about it. If they weren't it wouldn't get reported. There's a reason TMZ exists and people are now really famous for nothing like the Kardashians and The Housewives Of Gilligan's Island. lol In the past it was only Zsa Zsa Gabor. Cancel culture & MeToo would not exist without social media. People now can get fired for some tweet from 10 years ago that someone dug up or a bikini photo in Instagram. If you know the news talk about celebs, and you don't want to hear it, then don't watch it or read it. Problem solved.

For 65 years straight, the #1 genre in music, selling wise, was rock n' roll worldwide. Last year (2017) in June, it got de-crowned by hip hop. Hip hop is the #1 genre. It's hip hop - rock - country - pop or pop - country. ~ Pras
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Reply #51 posted 03/29/20 5:56am

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looby said:

DaveT said:

Yeah, not her finest moment. That's the problem with Instagram though, it removes the filter and PR guidance a lot of these celebs rely on.

On a side note, I don't know why all of these celebs feel we need to hear from them so urgently right now. I can appreciate folk like Chris Martin doing a little home concert or Jamie Oliver doing some emergency cook with the stuff in your cupboard videos, but all these celebs doing vids offering their opinions and "advice" ... can't they just leave us alone for a bit?

I agree with you on the side note. I too wish that the celebs would just "leave us alone for a bit". Some of them are so far removed from real life, that they don't have a clue how the other half lives. They don't realize that when they get on their soap boxes and put in their two cents worth, trying to give others advice, that it comes off kind of arrogant and condescending on their part, as if they know more than we do, and like we should be thrilled that they are giving us peasants their words of wisdom, that we should blindly follow and do. It can really be annoying, so no thank you!


Exactly this! Most of the people in my office have more brain power than most of the celebs on Instragram-land.

If most of the celebs on there knew what most of us really think of them they'd be boo-hooing in to their polar bear skin blankets.

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Reply #52 posted 03/29/20 8:05am

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MickyDolenz said:

looby said:

^^@MickeyDolenz, I don't follow famous people on their official websites, and I don't have a Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook account, I never did, so apparently that's not the only way to be tired of whatever they say, because I don't constantly look at their posts. However, I do watch TV, and I use my computer, so I see lots of news.

But the regular news started to turn into Entertainment Tonight & The National Inquirer in the 1990s. razz It's not like Walter Cronkite was talking about Burt Reynolds or The Rat Pack all the time in his day. Now mainstream news reporters talk about what happened on The Bachelor, American Idol, & The Masked Singer. Modern newspeople follow celeb social media, so someone is still reading or watching what they post. They purposefully look for posts that will get people to watch their programs or click on their sites. The lot of people are interested in celebrities and what they say and talk about it. If they weren't it wouldn't get reported. There's a reason TMZ exists and people are now really famous for nothing like the Kardashians and The Housewives Of Gilligan's Island. lol In the past it was only Zsa Zsa Gabor. Cancel culture & MeToo would not exist without social media. People now can get fired for some tweet from 10 years ago that someone dug up or a bikini photo in Instagram. If you know the news talk about celebs, and you don't want to hear it, then don't watch it or read it. Problem solved.

Huh? People should stop watching the news in order to be spared from hearing about celebrities they don't want to hear about? Wow, are you a shallow person.

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