Published: 18th September 2008
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Here are 10 Random Facts about Madonna that you may find interesting:

Born in Bay City, Michigan on August 16th, 1958, Madonna Louise Veronica Ciccone is the third of eight children in a devout Italian Catholic family.

According to Guinness Book of World Records, Madonna is the world's most successful female recording artist of all time. Also she is the top-earning female singer with an estimated net worth of more than $400 million, having sold more than 200 million records worldwide.

In the year1984, Madonna signed a record deal and made her first two big hits "Like a Virgin" and "Holiday".

Besides music, Madonna featured in "Desperately Seeking Susan" which gave her additional recognition in Hollywood as a fine actress.

Madonna also featured in "Evita" which gave her a Golden Globe Award and made her an international star.

In 1985 she married Hollywood Academy award winning actor, Sean Penn. They divorced in 1989. At present, Madonna is married to British film director, Guy Ritchie

In the year 1989, Madonna was condemned by the Vatican because her video "Like A Prayer" was interlinked with religion and eroticism, thus causing Pepsi-Cola to cancel a sponsorship deal with her. This controversial video turned out to be a global best-seller

In the year 1990 at the "Blonde Ambition" tour, Madonna famously wore a Jean Paul Gaultier conical bra, which became the talk of the town.

In the year 1992, Madonna posed nude in a series of provocative poses in her erotic and controversial book "SEX".

At the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards, while they were performing her classic song "Like A Virgin, Madonna french-kissed Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera.

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About the Author: Juliet Monkish is a celeb fan who loves getting all the dirt on female celebrities. For more information on this Madonna biography and other Celebrity females, visit Chickipedia.

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