Manolo says, if you are shopping for dessicated chicken tendons.
Manolo loves the shoes!
Ha! It really is time she let go of the leotard..
Ayyyyyyy! The Manolo has caused a spontaneous eruption of tea from my nose.
The wit and accurate observation of The manolo once again suceed!
Yikes! She would look super fantastic if she would learn what to cover up and when. Sadly, that will likely never happen.
I was beginning to think I was the only one who noticed that this woman looks brutally ugly, if fit and skinny. I remember that Olga Korbut had that dried out and veiny lok immediately after finishing a difficult gymnastic routine. Madonna looks like that all the blurry time!
Put your clothes on, Madonna! This is too terrible to expose!
She’s starting to look like those old dudes in the Rolling Stones.
Ah yes, the ever popular gymorexic aesthetic…
Anorexia Athletica! Hunger, now served with Extra Pulled Ligaments!
Jen, she sure is but Keith Richards looks the way he does because of sex, drugs, and rock-n-roll. I bet he had fun too. Madge? Not so much. More like a Norma Desmond kind of fun.
Manolo’s observation Madonna doing the chicken dance is up there with his observation a while back of Lagerfeld jumping with a guitar!
Someone send her a J. Jill catalog.
Jen — too funny and too right! And Molls, exactly! At least the Stones had fun developing the dessicated chicken look. There is something to be said for putting on a little weight (or at least being a little less sculpted) as one ages. I think Sarah Jessica Parker is in danger of going the way of Madonna, as well.
Yeah, but I’d sure like to know who her plastic surgeon is. That face she bought looks great.
Madge should lighten up on the excessive exercise, she beginning to look like Chyna! But I do love the knee high lace up boots! Would The Manolo happen to know who made them?
Where oh where is The Manolo for the chicken-chested forty-somethings??
Anne – A Chicken-Chested Forty-Something
PS and I don’t have a personal shopper, stylist, or the means to obtain one
Oh Madge, you put the ‘sin’ in sinewy…!