IT'S A WRAP
James Franco, you’ve been served. Madonna isn’t one to let a pretender get all the attention for long. Days after the polymathic one posted a late-night nearly-nude selfie on Instagram, Madonna posted her own self-censored near-nude pic. To be precise, it’s what she intended to wear to Monday night’s lavish Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Madge’s proposed garment was very, ahem, titillating but breast-baring bandages are so last year, according to Vogue‘s Anna Wintour. Hmm, it’s actually more stylish than what she wore in 2013.
The pop queen captioned her pic: “What i wanted to wear to Met Ball but Anna said Not this year! So I’m gonna work on music instead? #artforfreedom”
Nice way to plug the upcoming album, but it all begs the question of whether Franco or Gaga will be first to try to one up her Madgesty.
@Cam: Mmm, but Madonna Derangement Syndrome critics — especially ones prone to trotting out trite, kindergarten level logical fallacies like “sarcastic” extremes written in ALL CAPS — are proving to be more annoying than the fans or the critics of any of the gay icons.
Wait I know the response: Oh Lord, I can’t, because ANYONE that says ANYTHING bad about Madonna AT ANY TIME will ALWAYS get defended by EVERY blah blah blah BLAH blah blah, I’m SO DONE.
@Will L: Gee, who died and made you the age-appropriate police? I love it when younger people, in full arrogance mode, think that they are, somehow, the last word on what older folk can and cannot do. Her tits. If she wants to show them, her right. Whatever the reason. No one is asking you to look at them. but here you are.
@DK: I find it terribly amusing that out of all the comments, so far, your’s is the only one containing caps. Funny, because they seem to give you s terrible case of the vapors.
@Spike: Can you not see the irony in your comment and profile pic?