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Chirac Says ‘Oui’ to Madonna And Angers a Local Mayor

Aug 29, 1987 · Madonna was the talk of Paris today. The rock singer was welcomed to the City of Light by the man who saved her Saturday night concert from being canceled: Prime Minister Jacques Chirac.

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Nov 28, 2008 · TV report about Madonna meeting prime minister Jacques Chirac & singer/actress Line Renaud in Paris, to offer …

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Who’s That Girl World Tour – Wikipedia

Who’s That Girl World Tour was the second concert tour by American singer and songwriter Madonna. The tour supported her 1986 third studio album True Blue, as well as the 1987 soundtrack Who’s That Girl. It was Madonna’s first world tour, reaching Asia, North America and Europe.

Associated album: True Blue, Who’s That Girl

Madonna – Cinema Clock

Movies starring Madonna, movie reviews and showtimes. 59 years old. Born. August 16, 1958 Bay City, Michigan, USA. Photo from “The Next Best Thing”

Bernadette Chirac takes revenge on philandering former

Former French president Jacques Chirac (left) had innumerable mistresses and was allegedly nicknamed Mr Three Minutes, shower included, according to a new book.

Bernadette Chirac Profiles | Facebook

View the profiles of people named Bernadette Chirac. Join Facebook to connect with Bernadette Chirac and others you may know. Facebook gives people the

Cher Says Lady Gaga Is Nothing Like Madonna | HuffPost

Oct 17, 2013 · Comparisons between Lady Gaga and Madonna have been widespread for years, but one person who is not buying into the parallels is pop icon Cher. The 67-year-old singer recently sat down for an interview with Attitude magazine and spoke about the two stars. “You can’t be the young anybody else. That’s

Madonna (art) – Wikipedia

A Madonna (Italian: ) is a representation of Mary, either alone or with her child Jesus. These images are central icons for both the Catholic and Orthodox churches. The word is from Italian ma donna, meaning ‘my lady’.