Cynthia Mcfadden

January 17, 2012 by staff 

Cynthia McfaddenCynthia Mcfadden, ABC Nightline anchor Cynthia McFadden’s interview with Madonna made sure to address the hard-hitting questions — like the singer’s relationship with a man less than half her age.

“Aren’t people tired of that subject?” Madonna asked. The 53-year-old singer’s most recent relationships have been with young men: current boyfriend, 24-year-old French dancer Brahim Zaibat, ages out previous flame and Brazilian model Jesus Luz, now also 24.

Jan. 12, ABC News: “I didn’t choose to, you know, I didn’t, like, write down on a piece of paper I’m now going to have a relationship with a younger man,” Madonna told McFadden. “That’s just what happened. You see, that’s the romantic in me. I just met someone that I cared for, and this happened to be his age.”

She may be romantic, but Madge is no less private about Zaibat than her previous relationships. When McFadden asked her what, exactly, she found to be so appealing about younger men, the Michigan-born singer gave the anchor the Ice Queen treatment. ““I don’t feel comfortable with this conversation.”

In other news, the final march toward the Material Mom’s release of her new album has begun.

Madonna will release, “Give Me All Your Love”, off her still-untitled spring 2012 album, in just a few weeks. It’s her first new music since 2008′s “Hard Candy.”

The song (which has also been referred to as “Gimme All Your Luvin”),will hit radio airwaves and be available for sale on iTunes on Feb. 7, according to Hollywood blogger Perez Hilton. Perfectly timed for her Feb. 5 Super Bowl performance in Indianapolis.

The singer’s camp says the final song will surprise fans who heard the tune’s early demo, which leaked back in December. It’s rumored to be loaded with “bass and beats,” promising a “harder” feel than the original recording.

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