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  1. Instagram Threatens to Shut Down Madonna's Account

    9:38 pm 2/23/2013

    The photo-sharing site says the pop icon has broken its community guidelines, which ban “mature content” and sharing third-party photos.Read more

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  2. Hanging With Madonna, Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt: Diary of an Oscar Partygoer

    11:00 am 2/21/2013

    Which star set off Vanity Fair's Graydon Carter, why Madonna said "I'm so bored!" and other delicious tidbits from THR's Bill Higgins in his 25 years inside the most celebrated shindigs.Read more

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  3. Mark Kamins, Madonna's Ex-Boyfriend, Pioneering DJ-Producer Who Helped Launch Her Career, Dies

    5:14 pm 2/15/2013

    UPDATED: A fixture in the downtown New York City scene of the early 1980s, he held court at Danceteria and produced the Queen of Pop's debut single, "Everybody." Says Madonna in a statement to THR: "He believed in me before anyone else did."Read more

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  4. Can the Concert Industry Survive After Mick Jagger and Madonna Retire?

    5:00 am 2/7/2013

    More than half of 2012's top 10 highest-grossing acts qualified for AARP membership.Read more

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  5. Madonna, Marlon Brando Estate Settle Lawsuit Over 'Vogue'

    12:11 pm 1/21/2013

    UPDATED: Brando Enterprises demanded millions of dollars when Madonna showed the late actor's image during concert performances.Read more

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  6. Madonna Starts Concert 2 Hours Late, Ends 40 Minutes Early After Anti-Smoking Rant

    9:43 am 12/21/2012

    “Hello Santiago, thank you for your patience,” the singer tells the wet crowd of 36,000 when she finally takes the stage.Read more

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  7. Madonna Directs Cuss-Filled Rant at Audience Smokers (Video)

    3:51 pm 12/20/2012

    "If you're going to smoke cigarettes, I'm not doing a show," the singer tells a crowd in Santiago.Read more

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  8. Adam Lambert Brings the Glam; Miley Cyrus Surfs Crowd, Grabs Crotch at 'VH1 Divas'

    12:32 am 12/17/2012

    Sunday's two-hour TV event was hosted by the "American Idol" alum and featured performances by Kelly Clarkson, Demi Lovato, Ciara and Pitbull along with tributes to Donna Summer, Whitney Houston and Madonna.Read more

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