Madonna exposes nipple in Istanbul

Madonna, who was certainly never shy in her younger years, apparently still has no problem exposing her breasts at 53. While performing in Istanbul, Turkey on Thursday, Madonna lowered her bra to flash the audience her right breast.

Once again, Madonna has made ​​her name as the queen of provocation all the glory . At their concert in Istanbul the 53 year old bared her breast and summarily granted the shouting audience a glimpse of her nipple . In the Muslim Turkey Blitzer provided of course a scandal – the eccentric singer is accused of disrespect . But would now thinks Madonna is the nipple accidentally slipped out much mistaken. The scandal gimmick was pure intention !

Nipple Strip

In the course of performance of their hit Human Nature opened ” Madge ” the flip of her bra and lingerie stage was unabashedly flashing the bare breasts. The audience liked the show act – the pop diva was visibly amused at her nipple. One can only hope that her son Rocco was spared the sight of his mother be stripped . After all, the 11 -year-old Madonna’s concerts at many of the party and even celebrated his stage debut at the opening of their large MDNA tour in Israel.

Madonna nude photos 1985 photoshoot LQ

Lee Friedlander’s nudes of Madonna, exactly as they were printed in Playboy Magazine, September 1985.

Madonna Louise Ciccone (/tʃɪˈkoʊni/; born August 16, 1958) is an American singer, songwriter, actress, and businesswoman. A leading presence during the emergence of MTV in the 1980s, Madonna is known for pushing the boundaries of lyrical content in mainstream popular music, as well as visual imagery in music videos and on stage. She has also frequently reinvented both her music and image while maintaining autonomy within the recording industry. Besides sparking controversy, her works have been praised by music critics. Referred to as the “Queen of Pop”, Madonna is often cited as an influence by other artists.

Born and raised in Michigan, Madonna moved to New York City in 1977 to pursue a career in modern dance. After performing as a drummer, guitarist and vocalist in the music groups Breakfast Club and Emmy, Madonna signed with Sire Records in 1982 and released her eponymous debut album the next year. She followed it with a series of successful albums, including the global bestsellers, Like a Virgin (1984) and True Blue (1986), as well as the Grammy Award winners, Ray of Light (1998) and Confessions on a Dance Floor (2005). Throughout her career, Madonna has written and produced most of her songs, with many of them reaching number one on the record charts, including “Like a Virgin”, “Papa Don’t Preach”, “Like a Prayer”, “Vogue”, “Take a Bow”, “Frozen”, “Music”, “Hung Up”, and “4 Minutes”.

Madonna’s popularity was further enhanced by her roles in films such as Desperately Seeking Susan (1985), Dick Tracy (1990), A League of Their Own (1992), and Evita (1996). While the latter earned her a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress, many of her other films received poor reviews. As a businesswoman, Madonna founded her own entertainment company Maverick, including the label Maverick Records, in 1992. Her other ventures include fashion design, writing children’s books, health clubs, and filmmaking. She also contributed in various charities and founded the Raising Malawi organization in 2006.

Having sold more than 300 million records worldwide, Madonna is recognized as the best-selling female recording artist of all time by Guinness World Records. The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) listed her as the second highest-certified female artist in the U.S., with 64.5 million album units. According to Billboard, Madonna is the most successful solo act on its Hot 100 singles chart and second overall behind the Beatles. She is also the highest-grossing solo touring artist of all time, earning U.S. $1.4 billion from her concert tickets. Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in her first year of eligibility, Madonna topped VH1’s countdown of 100 Greatest Women in Music. Additionally, Rolling Stone listed her among the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time and the 100 Greatest Songwriters of All Time.

Madonna’s Biography

Stage Name: Madonna
Real Name: Madonna Louise Veronica Ciccone
Birth date: August 16, 1958Sign: Leo Hometown: Bay City, Michigan, USA

An icon for female pop stars thanks to her proven ability to reinvent herself while retaining complete control of her career, Madonna is also one of the most commercially successful artists in the history of popular music. Without doubt an artist with “star quality”, no other female singer in the pop arena has been as prominent or as successful over such a long period. The young Madonna Louise Ciccone excelled at dance and drama at high school and during brief periods at colleges in Michigan and North Carolina. In 1977, she went to New York, studying with noted choreographer Alvin Ailey and taking modeling jobs. Two years later, Madonna moved to France to join a show featuring disco singer Patrick Hernandez. There she met Dan Gilroy and, back in New York, the pair formed club band the Breakfast Club. Madonna played drums and sang with the band before setting up Emmy in 1980 with Detroit-born drummer and former boyfriend, Steve Bray. Together, Madonna and Bray created club tracks which led to a recording deal with Sire Records. With leading New York disc jockey Mark Kamins producing, she recorded “Everybody”, a US club hit in 1982. Madonna broke out from the disco scene into mainstream pop with ” Holiday”, written and produced by Jellybean. It reached the US Top 20 in late 1983 and was a Top 10 hit across Europe the following year.By now, her tough, raunchy persona was coming across to international audiences and the attitude was underlined by the choice of Tom Kelly and Billy Steinberg’s catchy “Like A Virgin” as a 1984 single. The track provided the singer with the first of her subsequent 11 US number 1s. The follow-up, “Material Girl”, included a promotional video which introduced one of Madonna’s most characteristic visual styles, the mimicking of Marilyn Monroe’s “blonde bombshell’ image. By the time of her appearance at 1985″s Live Aid concert and her high-profile wedding to actor Sean Penn on 16 August the same year, Madonna had become an internationally recognized superstar, known to millions of tabloid newspaper readers without any interest in her music. Among the fans of her work were a growing number of “wannabees”, teenage girls who aped her independent and don’t-care stance.From 1985-87, Madonna turned out a stream of irresistibly catchy transatlantic Top 5 singles. “Crazy For You”, her second US chart-topper, was co-written by ex-Carpenters collaborator John Bettis, while she co-wrote her first UK number 1, “Into The Groove”, with Steve Bray. These were followed by “Dress You Up”, “Live To Tell”, and the transatlantic chart-topper, “Papa Don’t Preach”. “True Blue”, “Open Your Heart” and ” La Isla Bonita’ were further successes taken from 1986″s True Blue. Like an increasing number of her songs, “Who’s That Girl” (her second transatlantic number 1) and “Causing A Commotion” were tied-in to a movie – in this instance, a poorly received comedy in which she starred with Sir John Mills. Madonna’s film career had begun with a minor role in the b-movie A Certain Sacrifice before she starred in the acclaimed Desperately Seeking Susan. The following year she appeared with husband Penn in her first real failure, Shanghai Surprise. She separated from Penn in 1988, the same year she appeared on Broadway in David Mamet’s play Speed The Plow. Back on the music scene, the singer continued to attract controversy when, in 1989, the video for “Like A Prayer” (her third transatlantic chart-topper), with its links between religion and eroticism, was condemned by the Vatican and caused Pepsi-Cola to cancel a sponsorship deal with the star. The resulting publicity helped the album of the same title – co-produced with new collaborator Patrick Leonard – to become a global bestseller.In 1990, her career reached a new peak of publicity and commercial success. She starred with Warren Beatty in the blockbuster movie Dick Tracy, while the extravagant costumes and choreography of the Blond Ambition world tour were the apotheosis of Madonna’s uninhibited melange of sexuality, song, dance and religiosity. The tour was commemorated by the following year’s documentary movie, Truth Or Dare. Among her hits of the early 90s were the transatlantic number 1 “Vogue”, devoted to a short-lived dance craze, “Hanky Panky”, “Justify My Love” (co-written with Lenny Kravitz), “Rescue Me”, and “This Used To Be My Playground” (from the soundtrack of A League Of Their Own).Madonna’s reputation as a strong businesswoman, in control of each aspect of her career, was confirmed in 1992 when she signed a multi-million dollar deal with the Time-Warner conglomerate, parent company of Sire. This guaranteed the release of albums, films and books created by her own Maverick production company. The publication of her graphic and erotic book Sex put her back on top of the charts, though this time it was in the bestselling book lists. The book was an unprecedented success, selling out within hours and needing an immediate reprint. The attendant Erotica marked a slight creative downturn, and was her first album since her debut not to generate a US number 1 single. She returned to form on Bedtime Stories, on which she teamed up with Soul II Soul producer Nellee Hooper, who wrote the title track in conjunction with Bj. “Take A Bow” returned the singer to the top of the US singles chart, while the rest of the album boasted songs that combined, by her own description, pop, R&B, hip-hop and Madonna. The 1995 compilation of her slower material, Something To Remember, featured the excellent new song, “You’ll See”.In 1996, Madonna’s need to shock had mellowed considerably with a credible movie portrayal of Eva Peron in Alan Parker’s Evita. Later that year she became “with child’ on 14 October with the birth of Lourdes Maria Ciccone Leon. She returned to music with March 1998″s Ray Of Light, one of her finest recordings to date. Collaborating with producer William Orbit, Madonna positively reveled in a new found musical freedom. Her voice had also matured into a rich and expressive instrument. The album generated several transatlantic hit singles, including “Frozen” (a UK chart-topper), “Ray Of Light”, “Drowned World (Substitute For Love)”, “The Power Of Good-bye”, and “Nothing Really Matters”. “Beautiful Stranger’, taken from the soundtrack to the Mike Myers” movie Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, reached number 2 in the UK charts in June 1999. Another soundtrack, for the movie The Next Best Thing, co-written and co-produced by Madonna and Orbit, was released on the singer’s Maverick label. It featured her new single, a reworking of Don McLean’s classic “American Pie”.Madonna worked with Orbit and French dance producer Mirwais on her next collection, Music, the title track of which was a transatlantic chart-topper in September 2000. Shortly before the release of the album, on 11 August, the singer gave birth to her second child, Rocco. On 22 December, she married the UK film director Guy Ritchie in Scotland and managed once again to grab most of the newspaper headlines. She went on to collaborate with Ritchie on the controversial video for “What It Feels Like For A Girl”, and in 2002 starred in the director’s ill-fated remake of Swept Away. The same year Madonna performed the theme song to the new James Bond movie, Die Another Day. The following year she released her new studio album, American Life, a transatlantic chart-topper. Now she’s back with “Confessions On a Dance Floor,” which has already produced two number one hits – “Hung up” and “Sorry.” Reprinted from: http://www.madonnafanclub.com/

Mena Suvari

Mena Adrienne Suvari (born February 13, 1979) is an American actress. She is perhaps best known for her work in American Beauty (1999) and the first two American Pie films.

Mena Suvari made appearances in television shows such as Boy Meets World and ER at the age of fifteen and sixteen respectively. In 1999, Mena Suvari starred in the Oscar winning American Beauty and the popular American Pie. Mena Suvari followed these movies with roles in such movies as Loser (2000), The Musketeer (2001), and Spun (2002). Fun fact: Mena Suvari is the only actress to appear in three consecutive movies that start with the word “American”: American Pie (1999), American Beauty (1999), American Virgin (2000). Mena Suvari also became a recurring character in the fourth season of the critically acclaimed HBO serial Six Feet Under in 2004, as lesbian performance poet and artist, Edie.

In 2006, Mena Suvari took the voice role of Aerith Gainsborough in the Square Enix/Disney video game Kingdom Hearts II, as well as the English-language version of Square Enix’s Final Fantasy VII Advent Children. Mena Suvari has lead roles in the upcoming remake of the zombie movie Day of the Dead as well as Stuart Gordon’s controversial film Stuck.