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Transcript of Madonna
for a career in modern dance •She was born on
August 16, 1958 •In Bay City, Michigan •In New york, She performed with "Breakfast Club" and "Emmy". •In 1983,
her debut album
"Madonna", With..... •Her Dream was to become
a ballet a dancer. •A series of hit singles from her studio albums "Like a Virgin: (1984) and "True Blue" (1986) gained her global recognition, establishing her as a Pop Icon. • •Madonna has had 12 US number 1's,
•In the UK she has had 13.
•Madonna holds the record of 40 #1 Hot Dance Club Play hits in the US.
•The most for any female rock artists with Celebration, in 2009.
•Her recognition was argumented
by the film "Desperately Seeking Susan"
By the way she dressed in her music videos.
•From the religious way she dressed in her video, "like a prayer", she received positive notes from critics
for her diverse musical productions. •Though she was getting criticism
from religious conservatives and
the Vatican. •In 1992, Madonna founded the Maverick corporation, a joint venture between herself and Time Warner. •The same year, she expanded
the use of sexually explicit
material in her work, beginning
the release of the studio album, "Erotica" •All of which received negative responses from conservatives and liberals alike. •In 1996, she played the starring role in the film "Evita". •In which she won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress
in a Musical or Comedy. •Madonna released five studio
albums, all of which reached
top position on the Billboard 200. •Madonna collaborated with fashion photographer Steven Klein in 2003 on an exhibition installation named "X-STaTIC Pro=CeSS". •It included photography from a photoshoot in W Magazine and seven video segments. •The installation ran from March to May, in New York's Deitch Projects gallery.
•It then traveled the world in an edited form. •She is the third of six children. •Her siblings are Martin,
Anthony, Paula, Christopher,
and Melanie. •She was raised in the
Detroit suburbs of Pontiac
and Avon Township
(Rochester Hills). •Madonna attended St. Frederick's and St. Andrew's Elementary Schools (Known as Holy Family Regional School), and after that West Middle School.
•There she became known for her high GPA - and for her "unusual" behavior •Later, she went to Rochester Adams High School, becoming a straight-A student and a member of the cheerleading squad. •Madonna received a dance scholarship to the University of Michigan after graduating from high school. •Her mother died of breast cancer
at age 30 on December 1, 1963. •Her father then married their
house keeper, Joan Gustafson. •They Had two children,
Jennifer and Mario. •Madonna commented on her father's second marriage: "I didn't accept my stepmother when I was growing up ... In retrospect, I think I was really hard on her."[