Monday, October 20, 2008

Madonna, Madonna

what are you thinking????

I think she's lost it...

(story courtesy of

Madonna's 'Crazy' Ways Revealed

Control freak Madonna must be going nuts!

Lots of personal stuff is being leaked out to the media as M faces off with soon to be ex-husband, Guy Ritchie.

Thanks, Camp Ritchie! We're assuming you guys are supplying all the juice!

We've learned through the UK's Daily Mail the 'crazy' things Madonna made Guy put up with:

- Madge emasculated him! The paper said every aspect of home life was dictated by M. No surprise!

- Madonna sleeps slathered in $1000-a-jar cream and covered in a plastic body-suit to fight aging

- M only allows a precise blend of Colombian coffee to be served in the home.

- Picky eater M can't have any regular blueberry. It has to be a certain type of Canadian blueberry (which are specially flown in to London).

- Madonna despises processed meat and would only allow it in the home on very rare occasions.

- Dairy is banned at the Madonna home. Guy could only have rice milk in the house.

- Madge banned sugar entirely, which, says the Mail, "made biscuits, ice creams and cakes objects of almost otherworldly fascination for her daughter Lourdes and their son Rocco." Cheese, cream, salt and preservatives were also a no-no.

- Her exercise routine, never less than two hours a day, six days a week, rules her life. Madonna's trainer has been living with the family for the last year.

- Apparently the no TV ban didn't only apply to the kids. There was apparently no TV at the home at all. There was also a ban on newspapers (?!).

Guy didn't know what he was getting into?

We're not that shocked!

[Image via WENN.]

In reading this and then reports that David's father wants him back... I can see why and agree. They guaranteed the father that they were taking the child into a stable home... I feel sorry for all her kids.... and Guy Ritchie. I can't imagine the life w/ her... who in the world would want to live in that &%$@!


The Moody Minstrel said...

Celebrity eccentricity.

This ranks with Yul Brynner insisting his dressing rooms be painted a certain shade of brown, David Lee Roth-era Van Halen stipulating in their performance contracts that they be provided with five pounds of M&Ms sans brown ones, and...well...anything pertaining to Michael Jackson.

Olivia said...

WHY do celebs become egomaniacs? I guess when half the world's population has paid you billions then you have no choice.

Minstrel, I am surprised and disappointed that Yul Brynner was like that.

I read somewhere that Anthony Hopkins forbids hotel staff from looking directly at him, they must call him Sir, and not turn their back on him. There was more, but that's all I remember.

Who must you be or what must you be like for all that power not to get to your head as it does with the stars?
Personally I feel really guilty when asking someone to do something for me that I could easily do myself. But when people do nice things without me asking I'm so appreciative.

Um Naief said...

olivia, i'm like you. i hate to ask ppl to do things for me, but am always terribly gracious when they do. makes me feel good, but because i appreciate it, not because i love to be pampered in that way!

i can't imagine what happens to these ppl for them to become like this. i didn't know anthony hopkins was like that. he's the last person i'd expect... but you never know.

i knew madonna was an egomaniac, but i didn't know it went so far as her forbidding her family from things and controlling everything down to the tiniest detail. it's sad really. i can't imagine being raised in that type of home. i feel sorry for guy ritchie to have had to put up w/ that... i wonder if she was ever 'normal'?? and what happened? i don't think she was ever normal... since back when she was dating warren beatty, she was very much the same, demanding wise. i will say, i've lost respect for her.

sad that we respect and idolize these ppl the way we do... just goes to show that we have our priorities in the wrong place!

Olivia said...

It's funny, I never, never liked her. Then a couple of years ago I saw a behind the scenes documentary which followed her on tour. Before going on stage she would get in an affirmation circle similar to a prayer circle before a football game. She earned my respect for the first time ever because of that. She would remember everyone's names and every detail about their situation and ask about their families.

I suppose...that same attention to detail can become obsessive in dealing with her own life.

One Wink at a Time said...

I worship and adore Sir Anthony Hopkins and I don't want to believe that he's an egomaniac. *sniffle*

On the lighter side, wouldn't it be fun to have the freedom to do Whatever You Wanted for one day??? Hmmm, this would make a good post for you to write ;-)

Um Naief said...

one wink, yes, that is a good post... i could think of so many things, but they'd probably have to run over into a week or so! ;)

i guess when you have all the money in the world... one could easily turn into a nasty person.