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American recording artist, actress and entrepreneur

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Madonna (born Madonna Louise Ciccone; August 16, 1958) is an American recording artist, actress and entrepreneur. Born in Bay City, Michigan, and raised in Rochester Hills, Michigan, she moved to New York City in 1977, for a career in modern dance. After performing as a member of the pop musical groups Breakfast Club and Emmy, she released her self-titled debut album, Madonna, in 1983 on Sire Records.

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 There wasn't anything easy about it. I mean, absolutely nothing, it was all a challenge. From writing the screenplay, to finding a great production team to surround myself with, to casting. 
— Madonna saying making his upcoming film W.E. is not easy / September 05, 2011
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 I am and was attracted to very creative people which is why I married Sean Penn and Guy Ritchie, two very talented directors. They both encouraged me as a director and as a creative person to do what I did, and they were both very supportive. 
— Madonna is encouraged by ex-husbands Sean Penn and Guy Ritchie / September 01, 2011
 I am so sorry to hear that this great legend has passed. I admired and respected her not only as an actress but for her amazing and inspiring work as an AIDS activist. She was one of a kind. 
— Madonna on the passing away of Elizabeth Taylor / March 23, 2011
 There are certain things she is not allowed to wear — almost every morning we have our differences over it. No too-low V necks. School is not a nightclub. I always say to her: ‘Are you going to school or a nightclub?’. I don’t have time to have style any more. Lola has great style. 
— Madonna bans her daughter Lourdes from wearing revealing clothes to school / September 27, 2010
 I’ve been writing it for the last two and a half years, to tell you the truth. It’s been kind of an obsession of mine. I started writing it when I finished filming Filth and Wisdom. It was actually an idea I had before that, but I made Filth and Wisdom because I realized that I didn’t really have a right to make a bigger film until I made a smaller film — and learned how to make a film. 
— Madonna puts her new movie ahead of her music career / May 04, 2010

 I don’t have a record deal right now with anybody. I don’t know how I’m going to get my music out the next time I make a record. I’m going to have to reinvent the wheel. I haven’t really been focused as much as I should be on the music part of my career, because this movie has just consumed every inch of me. 
— Madonna puts her new movie ahead of her music career / May 04, 2010
 Between that and my four children, I don’t have the time or the energy for anything else. For example, I do appreciate that lots of people worked long and hard putting together things like the DVD of the Sticky & Sweet Tour that we just released, and I have seen the finished product, but I have got no idea how people are going to find out about it or how it’s going to be sold. 
— Madonna puts her new movie ahead of her music career / May 04, 2010
 I thought the Madonna episode of Glee was brilliant on every level. The dialogue and the entire script was genius. I completely appreciated the layers of irony, especially when all those macho boys sang What It Feels Like For A Girl. 
— Madonna liked the 'Power of Madonna' episode on Glee / April 17, 2010
 I also loved the fantastic performances of Vogue, Express Yourself and all the messages about the boys being respectful to girls. The entire cast was amazing. They’re all so talented. I especially loved Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch) and Kurt Hummel’s (Chris Colfer) characters. [Show creator] Ryan Murphy did a great job bringing all these elements together. [Daughter] Lola loved the show too. I wish I went to a high school like that…If only. 
— Madonna liked the 'Power of Madonna' episode on Glee / April 17, 2010
 Kids will be able to connect with kids from the other parts of the world. This will promote peace throughout the world. 
— Madonna / April 07, 2010

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