Madonna’s on the cover of Vanity Fair’s new “Green” issue to promote all things Madonna. Yes, green stands for cash money.
During the long ass interview with Rich Cohen, he began to ask Madonna about Britney Spears when she stopped him and said, “Yes, I know. I know exactly what you’re going to say. It’s very painful. Which leads us back to our question: When you think about the way people treat each other in Africa, about witchcraft and people inflicting cruelty and pain on each other, then come back here and, you know, people taking pictures of people when they’re in their homes, being taken to hospitals, or suffering, and selling them, getting energy from them, that’s a terrible infliction of cruelty. So who’s worse off? You know what I mean?”
Ugh. Can’t she just take a page from Chrissy Crocker and say, “LEAVE BRITNEY ALONE!?” It would be much more eloquent.
Madonna also had a funny little conversation with Rich about babies. This once again proves to me that fun Madonna is gone forever.
madonna: Do you have a daughter?
me: No, three sons.
[Madonna looks at me accusingly.]
me: I didn’t choose it—it just happened.
madonna: Do you believe that? You think things just happen?
me: I think that just happened.
me: So who’s making the decision?
madonna: You are, you and your missus.
me: About what kind of kids we want?
madonna: You chose it. Your soul chose it.
me: No. Do you believe that? That my insides wanted boys?
madonna: Unconsciously. Yes.
Madonna strikes me as someone that would be so awesome to talk to when you’re really high. All her deep thoughts would paint such vivid pictures and take you on magic carpet ride with Buddha. Unfortunately, I’m not high right now…..
Here’s more drawings of Madonna from the VF issue. I say drawings, because there’s no way those are photographs. Click here to read the entire VF interview