Life with my sister madonna
The memoir based on Ciccone’s life and 47 years of growing up with and working with his sister — Madonna— the most famous woman in the world, now has a cover.
The Sun reports the book will include Madonna’s past lesbian flings (hint: Gwyneth, Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera mentioned), her rocky marriage to Hollywood actor Sean Penn and her rows with film director husband Ritchie.
The book will be available on July 15th
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Tagged actor, book, britney spears, christina aguilera, christopher ciccone, cover, diva, famous, gwyneth, hollywood, lesbian, Madonna, marriage, memoir, pop, ritchie, sean penn, singer
After the openly gay idol contestant Danny Noriega was voted off, Rosie O’Donnell posted a video inviting him and a plus one to her cruise that’s heading to Mexico on her blog. She also wants him to perform Tainted Love.
So Rosie doesn’t have enough performers I assume? Maybe she should start a Cruise Idol for those who didn’t make it to American Idol.
P.S. Wrong choice of song, both Danny and Rosie.
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Tagged american idol, blog, boy, contestant, cruise, Danny Noriega, elimination, gay, lesbian, Mexico, Rosie O'Donnell, Tainted love
Yes, the play written by Frank Marcus in the 60’s is brought back alive to Hong Kong by Wordybird Theatre Company. Watch our alcoholic lesbian, June Buckridge, spiral out of control when her character in a radio play is scheduled to be killed off. To add more drama, June suspects her live-in lover, Alice, is cheating on her with a predatory tv producer.
The play is showing in Hong Kong Fringe Club from February 27 to March 1
Tickets available at Fringe Club or HK Ticketing
For more information about the play, click here
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Tagged drama, frank marcus, fringe club, gay, Hong Kong, killing of sister george, lesbian, play, Wordybird Theatre Company