Editorial Reviews for this title:
The backlash starts here. Under-dressed, over-heard, over-exposed, and over here too often, Madonna Ciccione has become one of the 1990s most discussed popular icons. Everybody in the world has seen her breasts, heard her records, laughed at her book and grown tired of her media ubiquity. This book is designed as a bitchy, revealing journal which lays out every reason you ever needed to hate Ms Ciccione. It provides readers with all the ammunition required to shoot down those deadly dull "Madonna has done more for feminism than Germaine Greere" types you meet on the train, who wear eyelashes a camel would kill for, and a skirt even a Page 3 girl would balk at wearing.
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