25 Things You Don't Know About Madonna and IVF debate

Madonna: 25 Things You Don't Know About Me - Sneak Peek!


The Queen of Pop coughed on Us! Last week, the one and only Madonna sat down with Us Weekly's Entertainment Director Ian Drew in NYC for a once-in-a-lifetime edition of 25 Things You Don't Know About Me. The only bummer? The still-cheerful "Living for Love" singer — whose 13th studio album Rebel Heart is out now — was sick with a cold.

In the exclusive, extended Q&A, the icon revealed a whole lot: She's never met President Obama ("He probably thinks I'm too shocking"); she misses "absolutely nothing" about growing up Michigan; she once got Michael Jackson "drunk at the Ivy in Beverly Hills"; revealed surprising thoughts about her romantic past (ahem, Vanilla Ice and Dennis Rodman) and present (Drake, she wants a date!); she hates fur bikinis — and one of her most enduring, trademark songs.

Listen to Madonna tell all to Us in this clip — and for all 25 Things, pick up the new Us Weekly, on stands Friday!

Madonna has her say in IVF debate


Madonna has posted a veiled criticism against Italian designer Dolce Domenico's recent controversial remarks about IVF.

Domenico, one half of the luxury brand Dolce & Gabbana, came under fire this week after he labelled babies conceived via IVF "synthetic".

Madonna has weighed in on the debate, posting a photo of herself with a baby on her lap in a Dolce & Gabbana campaign from Autumn/Winter 2010/2011.

"All babies contain a soul however they come to this earth and their families. There is nothing synthetic about a soul!! So how can we dismiss IVF and surrogacy? Every soul comes to us to teach us a lesson. God has his hand in everything even technology! We are arrogant to think Man does anything on his own. As above so below! Think before you speak........#livingforlove"  - Madonna

It's another blow for the designing duo after Elton John called for a boycott of their brand.

Celebrities including Ricky Martin, Courtney Love and American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy have promised to join the boycott. (AAP)



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