Celeb Diaries

The Material Girl

American artist, singer, songwriter, musician and entertainer Madonna is back in news and how!

The 80’s pop icon is all set to go behind the camera to bring her own life story to the big screen. The untold story of Madonna’s life is being made by Universal Pictures and produced by three times Academy award winner Amy Pascal (Little Women, Spider-man, Homecoming), on a screenplay co-written by the singer herself and Oscar-winning Juno journalist Diablo Cody.

The material girl had expressed in an interview that she wants to convey the incredible journey that life has taken on her as the singer, actress, director, author, humanitarian and entrepreneur as she is today. The movie will follow Madonna’s struggle as an artist, trying to survive in a man’s world, her rise to fame and will have many untold and inspiring stories of the ultimate icon.

We all know how the queen of pop has a huge fan following from across the globe, for her chart-busting tracks. Her popularity doesn’t stop at that! She has rocked the world with her dramatic looks, bold sense of style and glamour and classic fashion trends.

On that note, let’s pull out the pop diva’s memorable style moments in her most famous tracks.

Like a Virgin (1984)

The signature song of Madonna shot largely in Italy definitely had her looking ‘shiny and new’. Dressed as a virgin bride in a sheer white dress, she left a lasting impression on her audience.

Material Girl (1984)

With synth arrangements and robotic-sounding voice chant, Madonna nailed the provocative and materialistic look of a girl aspiring for a rich and affluent life.

Papa Don’t Preach (1986)

Madonna’s second image makeover, this track showcased her as featured a playful girl dancing, singing and spending romantic time with her boyfriend, in a more toned and muscular body and cropped platinum blonde hair.

True Blue (1986)

Madonna sported a platinum blond bouffant short haircut, driving a 1957 Ford Thunderbird convertible with her girlfriends in the back, displaying a rock and roll youth culture.

La Isla Bonita (1986)

This soulful number had Madonna playing two characters – a young and pious Catholic woman in short hair brushed back and a passionate flamenco dancer in an Andalusian dress and red carnations in her hair.

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