Madonna: Blonde Ambition

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Cooper Square Press, Jan 1, 2000 - Biography & Autobiography - 375 pages
3 Reviews
Based in part on interviews with Madonna, this biography focuses closely on her musical accomplishments, her pioneering work in rock videos, her adept manipulations of religious and sexual controversy, and her ability to constantly reinvent her image. Effectively recounting her career while giving equal time to her relationships, Madonna has be been updated with a new chapter that explores her personal and professional exploits in the nineties and beyond, including her latest romantic liaisons, new family, and multifaceted career. The result is a revealing, intimate, and unauthorized portrait of the greatest pop diva of our time.

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User Review  - Tommy Harmon - Goodreads

I enjoyed this one a lot. Only one inaccuracy which was the listing of Madonna as backing vocals on Michael Jackson's 'In The Closet.' She was SUPPOSED to be on that track but isn't. Read full review

Review: Madonna: Blonde Ambition

User Review  - Tommy Harmon - Goodreads

I enjoyed this one a lot. Only one inaccuracy which was the listing of Madonna as backing vocals on Michael Jackson's 'In The Closet.' She was SUPPOSED to be on that track but isn't. Read full review

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Mark Bego has been called The Number One Bestselling Pop Biographer by Publishers Weekly and has been referred to in the pres as The Prince of Pop Music Bios. He is the author of 58 published books on rock & roll and show business. With over ten million copes of his books in print, Mark Bego has written two New York Times bestselling books and a Chicago Tribune bestseller.

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