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2008-09-12 15:00:19

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- "All Hail! Madonna still reigns supreme as pop queen." -- Evening Standard, Friday, September 12, 2008 The Material Girl does it again! With a sell-out crowd of over 74,000 fans and a gross of over 12 million USD, Madonna's Sticky & Sweet Tour easily surpassed all previous grosses at both the old and the new Wembley Stadiums. This record breaking performance adds another first following last week's confirmation that Madonna's Zurich...

2008-09-02 15:15:00

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 2 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Madonna kicked off her Sticky & Sweet World tour August 23rd in Cardiff to unanimous acclaim and just played to 72,000 in Zurich, the largest audience ever for a concert in Switzerland. This mashed up, rock tinged dance-athon features familiar hits and new favourites including "4 Minutes,""Candy Shop" and "Give It 2 Me" from her sensational 'Hard Candy' album that debuted at number 1 in 32 countries. (Logo:...

2008-08-11 12:00:46

NEW YORK, Aug. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- MTV once again asked viewers to help determine nominees for the "2008 MTV Video Music Awards" and they came through with flying colors and did not disappoint. This Friday on FNMTV the videos that made the cut for "Best New Artist" and "Best Dancing in a Video" were revealed and the diverse nominees range from German rockers Tokio Hotel (http://www.mtv.com/overdrive/?vid=214829) to legendary superstar Madonna to teen sensations Miley Cyrus...

2005-12-05 12:19:57

By Paul Sexton LONDON (Billboard) - Madonna has lost her crowns on the British pop charts to Eminem's new hits album and the second consecutive singles chart-topper from the Pussycat Dolls. Eminem's "Curtain Call -- The Hits" marks the rapper's fourth consecutive chart-topping album in the U.K. Madonna's "Confessions on a Dance Floor" fell to No. 3, also outsold by Robbie Williams' "Intensive Care," which rebounded two places. Pop/opera act G4 came in at No. 6 with "G4 &...

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