Madonna Tells All In ABC Interview

Madonna recently sat down with ABC’s Cynthia McFadden in an exclusive tell-all interview. Madge got candid about aging, finding David and the impoverished country Malawi. Here’s some highlights:

On Her Looks: “I don’t look at old pictures of myself. I don’t look at pictures of myself from last week. Once I’ve approved of them, they’re gone. [So you don’t feel any competition with the Madonna of old?] I like the way I look better now. My thighs aren’t as chubby. I’m not kidding. I’m being perfectly honest with you.”

On her adoption of her son David: “The first time that I saw him [David], she was carrying him(an 8 year-old young girl). And that was the moment when it all rack focused for me. ‘Oh my God, she’s 8 and she’s taking care of a six month old child and so first I was drawn to her. Where does she get her strength from? And then I was drawn to him and I started carrying him around for her. When I came back the next time, that’s when he was ill and that’s when I really knew that I had a connection to him.”

Read the rest of the post after the jump

On Malawi: “Well, I went to Malawi thinking I am going to save these people. I’m gonna build orphan care centers and come to their rescue. And I am going to do what I should be doing, sharing my experience, sharing my wealth with people who don’t. And I went there thinking well I don’t and we don’t. Because I don’t have that joy, that appreciation. I do in moments but not on a regular basis. I’ve never seen so much sort of tangible suffering, but I’ve never experienced so much joy and openness.”

Source: ABC News via Perez Hilton

Filed under: Madonna

Leave a Comment »»

Leave a Reply

Be the First to Comment!

Notify of