Madonna Dunkin Donuts

March 26, 2012 by staff 

Madonna Dunkin Donuts, Name: Madonna
Birthdate: August 16, 1958
Birthplace: Bay City, Michigan

Material Girl, Sex Pioneer, Kabbalist, Trendsetter, Mom, and now 2008 Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Inductee, she is the MTV sweetheart who has defined three decades of female progressiveness and fashions. She’s the controversial star whose videos have been banned and whose commercials have been pulled by advertisers. All of these are part of the complicated legacy of the artist known simply known by one name: Madonna.

Born in Michigan in 1958, she left a dance scholarship at the University of Michigan 20 years later to pursue her dream in New York City. She almost didn’t make it, but managed to squeeze out a few lucky breaks and started building her eventually stratospheric career as a singer, not a dancer. She was signed to do her first album in 1982 for Sire Records following a successfully club debut of her single “Everybody.”

The rest might be history, but it’s sure not yet written in stone. The dynamo re-invents herself with dizzying regularity and almost guaranteed success. She has had 12 #1 singles — only Mariah Carey has more. And even though her career is well in to it’s 4th decade, she doesn’t show any sign of slowing down.

Mother to three children, Lourdes, Rocco and David Banda, Madonna is busy with numerous music and film projects, including her latest studio project for LiveNation, due out in 2008.

Madonna has two middle names – Louise and Veronica. And yes, Madonna is her real first name.

Before she was the Material Girl, Madonna a high school cheerleader.

Madonna arrived in New York with about $35 in her pocket, and at one time, even reportedly worked for Dunkin’ Donuts to make ends meet.

After graduating high school, Madonna received a dance scholarship to the University of Michigan.

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