The tabloids are ever flush with reports of affairs between sportsmen and musical celebrities. This marriage of minds between two distinct vocations is scheduled to get further defined by two extremely popular divas: Madonna and Lady Gaga.
Madonna or Madge might not be the swanky material girl she was in the eighties and nineties, but she can still rock. Soon to be up with her 12th album, she would love to spice up the 2012 Olympics with some sensational hits of hers as she splits her leotard prints. She has sold an unprecedented number of records for a lady in her 27 years-old career that started with conical bras and Holiday.
Her 12th album meanwhile would be a carry-on from her 11th Cannon Hardy. Madonna was lately in the news for as wrong news, not helping her elder brother, who is living homeless and on plastic bottles under a bridge in Michigan where she has a palatial mansion.
Lady Gaga has never had any qualms about controversies, whether it was her meat dress, leather bikinis or cosmetic fangs. She knows she is a performer par excellence and would be setting the Buddha Circuit alive, preceding Formula One Racing ay New Delhi. India is a conservative country and she might choose to be conservative in a sari and a three-colored hair wrapped in a bouffant style.
There is no such inhibition for Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, as she spared her cabbie a nice partial vision of her bouncers. She wore a feathery top that never knew any buttons and just managed to cover her modesty. Whenever she bent or flashed her hair through, the driver saw red and stopped. The lingerie model, who is famous for her work in Transformers, knows how to create a sensation. It is time for Madonna to turn to her in her Granny years. Madonna is too lively not to remember to Die Another Day.