Manolo says, even the chickens they have been airbrushed.
Manolo loves the shoes!
There’s only one thing missing in Madonna’s impersonation of Grace Kelly — class.
And WHAT is she wearing on her feet? Ick.
I think the chickens have more class than Madge. I’m wondering if she ran after the phototgrapher when the shoot was done, screaming for him/her to get off her property and respect her privacy?
“I’m Going to Tell You a Secret”, Madonna. We don’t care any more.
A day in the life at lovely Skank Manor…
But seriously, who do you think she rented those chickens from?
I’d bet even money those chickens were photoshopped into the picture.
I’m not sure whether I’m more disturbed by vinyl-housewife Madonna or by the story about the lacrosse team wearing flip-flops to the Whitehouse. If that is not a time for the glamour or the super fantastic-ness, I don’t know what is.
She’s trying SO hard to become one of the gentry.
Madonna makes a cultural contribution to her community by introducing American cock fighting. The fights are held each Friday eve and draw many neighbors who enjoyed foxhunting before it was outlawed.
Madonna deserves a break now.
“Tarts have become the set to know.”
Actually, I think it’s a lovely picture and didn’t even know it was Madonna until I read the blurb and the catty comments.
Excellent quote, Lady Mule Skinner. I could almost hear Madge singing the following:
Don’t cry for me, Aracanas!
My heels never stepped in guano
All through my fowl days,
My madge existence,
Guy Ritchie’s hen-pecked
$hit kept its distance.
Anyone thinking about getting a prominent tattoo or piercing should see this picture and realize that someday, they may want or need to look like a respectable grownup.
Reminds me of Marie Antoinette playing milkmaid.
Lori, I have prominent tattoos and I am a respectable grownup. Nice stereotype.
Maven, may I add you to my mental list of respectable tattooed grownups? Being tattooed doesn’t make one unworthy of respect. But it may make it harder to convince others of that fact. As you observe, people have stereotypes. Why? We have to size people up when we do not have the time or ability to research their backgrounds. I remember when tattoos were associated with bikers, rebels and rock bands. At the CPA firm where I work, our 50-year-old clients don’t want their taxes done by someone who reminds them of the Hell’s Angels, and so the man absolutely won’t hire someone with an obvious tattoo. An article in the Wall Street Journal a year or two ago quoted several business owners who had the same policy. Getting a prominent tattoo may close some doors for a person.
Honestly, I have to agree with those that see nothing wrong with the picture. Didn’t even recognize it was Madonna, I even liked her outfit.
Lori, I agree with you on the tattoo issue. Why immediately close doors? If you feel you must get a tattoo, do so discretely.
I went to a lecture given by director John Waters a few years ago. He predicted that tattoo removal will be a huge business in the future. Why? Nothing looks more tired on old skin than a tattoo. Don’t think so? Ask an old sailor to hoist his shirt.
And if you don’t want to get a tattoo (I don’t have one, it would hurt too much), then don’t get one.
If the tattoo and small nose piercing I have closes Wall Street Journal doors to me, then all I have to say is, “SWEET!”
It’s a lovely picture; but I have a sneaky feeling that she’s feeding those chickens rat poison. She looks a bit TOO gleeful…
Umm, are we supposed to really believe she feeds her chickens in that gown? Or feeds anything to anyone? She has servants to do that! kathy ireland -kmart -brand – wearing servants to feed the chickens, the kids, her husband and her staff.
I wouldnt mind her wealth though. A country estate would be nice.
I do like Madonna’s outfit in this picture….There was a picture in the same article of Vogue where she’s wearing a teal suit and gorgeous shoes. I think they are Miu Miu. Does anyone konw anything about them? I would love some more information. Thanks.