At an age when most women shy away showing off their body, Madonna at 53 is all the rage, even when most of her competitors are half her age. But like wine, Madonna enriches with age.
The singing sensation premiered the video of her latest single Turn Up The Radio, traveling all corners of Italy, mesmerizing young men who admire her on her way in all the five minutes and 14 seconds of the video. Madonna in the video appears incredibly young with a wrinkle free smooth face, wearing hot black leather pants, leather jacket, stilettos and her blonde tassels done up in a sixties style emerging from an Italian hotel.
Besides her flawless skin, making news is her lawsuit against Marine Le Pen, France's National Front leader. Madonna at her concert in Paris showed an image of the leader with a swastika on her forehead, urging the National Front to launch a formal legal complaint for making public insults. This not being the only concert where the image was shown, rather the image appeared at other concerts during her world tour.
The American singer was warned by the extreme nationalist party for a legal action if the image was shown in France, and _1,000,000 (£785,000) claims in damages. Madonna while performing Nobody Knows Me, was supported by these series of images on a giant screen the deposed Egyptian president, Hosni Mubarak, Pope Benedict XVI and Marine Le Pen, with a swastika imposed on her forehead. After a few seconds, the image of Ms Le Pen gave way to a picture of Adolf Hitler.
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