MADONNA GETS HER INSPIRATION FROM “GOSSIP GIRL?”

An observant friend of ours who happens to be obsessed with all things Madonna, was amused when Madonna famously said “It feels reductive” to describe the similarities between Madonna’s “Express Yourself“ song and Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way.” She used this rather obscure word in an ABC interview with Cynthia McFadden last January. Cynthia responded “Is that good?” Madonna coyly told the journalist to “look it up.” Our Madonna fan was surprised to find that that same word had been used on an episode of “Gossip Girl“ that aired in October 17, 2011 – three months before Madonna’s interview aired. (We don’t know what date she taped the interview) Blake Lively’s character Serena used the word in a dismissive manner to a coworker. Our Madonna fan surmised that although she CLAIMS she never watches TV, Madonna was probably watching Gossip Girl with Lourdes and liked the sound of that word…

11 thoughts on “MADONNA GETS HER INSPIRATION FROM “GOSSIP GIRL?”

  1. what did you think?
    AMERICANS FAVOURITE IS DOING NOTHING AND TALK CRAP!!

  2. Grew up in the 80’s- loved all music genres. Never “felt” her product. Fame and money were her target. She’s marketed something though. Kris Kardashian is doing something similar in this era.

  3. But did she use that cheesy British accent when she said it?

  4. This completely vacuous and untalented woman and her Jewish overlords have been terrorizing unsuspecting and gullible people with her filth and arrogance since 1984. It’s time to discuss other meaningful issues.

  5. Madonna gets her inspiration from the pits of hell, enough said.

  6. I’m sure she learned it at that expensive boarding school she attended as a child. Or, she has one of those Word-a-day calendars.

  7. This works very well for me.
    I’m glad I was able to help you relax.
    Are you secure now?
    Can you trust me and accept the fact that Im not going to hurt you now.

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