Madonna- Turn Up The Radio Video Premiere

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    Jul 16, 2012 7:36 PM GMT
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    HottJoe saidShe was a role model for me in 1984 when I was 5, and she still is! She looks amazing at 50. For everyone on RJ who gave me shit about my skincare thread. This is what I'z talkin bout!

    The song itself reminded me Beautiful Stranger. It was just so-so.


    Except Madonna is more of a proponent of the "under-the-knife" approach to skin care. Probably the only thing I like about her, I am all for plastic surgery when you start to get old and wrinkly.


    Honey, by the time you have any worry lines, someone will have invented a wrinkle-zapping laser app! You'll never have to suffer the indignities of aging.
    (I'd still avoid the sun though, just in case.)


    Preventative botox starting at 25, boo - it's the thing.


    Don't tell me you're taking Botox already. No fair bitch!


    Nah, I have six years until I need to start that shit.
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    Jul 16, 2012 7:39 PM GMT
    7Famark said
    HottJoe said
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    HottJoe saidShe was a role model for me in 1984 when I was 5, and she still is! She looks amazing at 50. For everyone on RJ who gave me shit about my skincare thread. This is what I'z talkin bout!

    The song itself reminded me Beautiful Stranger. It was just so-so.


    Except Madonna is more of a proponent of the "under-the-knife" approach to skin care. Probably the only thing I like about her, I am all for plastic surgery when you start to get old and wrinkly.


    Honey, by the time you have any worry lines, someone will have invented a wrinkle-zapping laser app! You'll never have to suffer the indignities of aging.
    (I'd still avoid the sun though, just in case.)


    Preventative botox starting at 25, boo - it's the thing.


    Don't tell me you're taking Botox already. No fair bitch!


    Nah, I have six years until I need to start that shit.


    Thanks God! I was going to kill myself now ):
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    Jul 16, 2012 7:40 PM GMT
    It's never too late to start
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    Jul 16, 2012 7:40 PM GMT
    The video is just "meh". I love the song as it's fun and playful, but I'm sick of Madonna's half-assed video efforts. After becoming one of the most iconic video artists ever, she just doesn't give a shit about making a decent video. Maybe today's popular music has done the damage in dumbing-down videos, but Madonna used to be a trailblazer.

    She does look great, though and has some hot guys in the video.
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    Jul 16, 2012 7:43 PM GMT
    7Famark saidIt's never too late to start


    I would consider Botox as long as I don't end up looking like Bruce Jenner.
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    Jul 16, 2012 7:44 PM GMT
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    7Famark saidIt's never too late to start


    I would consider Botox as long as I don't end up looking like Bruce Jenner.


    That's why you do preventative. When you go in at a younger age, they put in such a minuscule amount that it doesn't remotely change the look of your face.

    Think of it is a preventing a problem before it happens, rather than trying to fix it long after it has happened.

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    Jul 16, 2012 7:45 PM GMT
    I like the song and she looks really good but I expected something diferent, more lightening, a better storyline
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    Jul 16, 2012 7:48 PM GMT
    CuriousJockAZ saidI like the video -- now if only I liked the song. HUGE Madonna fan but, sorry, I think the song is just awful. Wayyyyyyy beneath some of her more quality releases of the past.


    I agree with this. And it sounds terrible live on the tour. Much better choices on the album.
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    7Famark saidIt's never too late to start


    I would consider Botox as long as I don't end up looking like Bruce Jenner.


    That's why you do preventative. When you go in at a younger age, they put in such a minuscule amount that it doesn't remotely change the look of your face.

    Think of it is a preventing a problem before it happens, rather than trying to fix it long after it has happened.



    I foolishly spend more than I should on lotions and potions which I can bet dont do jack shit.

    A few injections every couple years starting at 25 with a basic cream is probably a lot cheaper than buying so many preventative measures.
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    Jul 16, 2012 7:50 PM GMT
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    7Famark saidIt's never too late to start


    I would consider Botox as long as I don't end up looking like Bruce Jenner.


    That's why you do preventative. When you go in at a younger age, they put in such a minuscule amount that it doesn't remotely change the look of your face.

    Think of it is a preventing a problem before it happens, rather than trying to fix it long after it has happened.



    I foolishly spend more than I should on lotions and potions which I can bet dont do jack shit.

    A few injections every couple years starting at 25 with a basic cream is probably a lot cheaper than buying so many preventative measures.


    Definitely! The only thing I really advocate as far as skin products go is to ensure that you have a non-oily SPF lotion on your face.
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    Jul 16, 2012 7:55 PM GMT
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    Definitely! The only thing I really advocate as far as skin products go is to ensure that you have a non-oily SPF lotion on your face.


    I have built in SPF in my cream, but it's like SPF 15. Definatley not strong enough.
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    Jul 16, 2012 7:56 PM GMT
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    Definitely! The only thing I really advocate as far as skin products go is to ensure that you have a non-oily SPF lotion on your face.


    I have built in SPF in my cream, but it's like SPF 15. Definatley not strong enough.


    Mines only 15 or 30 too

    /threaderailed
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    Jul 16, 2012 7:57 PM GMT
    I prefer this version more...

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    Jul 16, 2012 7:57 PM GMT
    * listening to the song *

    I got addicted to it the minute I heard it.

    but when I see the comments on YouTube, all about GaGa and Madonna shit icon_evil.gif

    they are great and Princess of Pop.

    I mean they are not Adele but they are OK

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    Jul 16, 2012 8:00 PM GMT
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    Definitely! The only thing I really advocate as far as skin products go is to ensure that you have a non-oily SPF lotion on your face.


    I have built in SPF in my cream, but it's like SPF 15. Definatley not strong enough.


    Mines only 15 or 30 too

    /threaderailed


    Props to Madge for showing us what not to do.

    And woops, I lied. I just read the label (Vichy Normaderm Anti-Aging) and it doesn't say anything about SPF protection.

    Definatley gotta make a trip to the pharmacy asap and step up my system, haha I'm such a queen when it comes to this stuff icon_redface.gif
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    Jul 16, 2012 8:08 PM GMT
    @ Dan... Spf helps, but it only lasts 2 hours. Best bet is to avoid the sun and keep your skin as pale as possible and never let it get dry.

    I basically live like a vampire and avoid the sun at all costs. When I am outside during the day I always seek shade. It's an obsession and unlike sunbathers who derive pleasure from the sun, it literally feels like scalding fire on my skin. People think I'm crazy but it works.
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    Jul 16, 2012 8:10 PM GMT
    All the gay boys taking care of their skin... Madonna would be so proud. (:
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    Jul 16, 2012 8:13 PM GMT
    HottJoe said@ Dan... Spf helps, but it only lasts 2 hours. Best bet is to avoid the sun and keep your skin as pale as possible and never let it get dry.

    I basically live like a vampire and avoid the sun at all costs. When I am outside during the day I always seek shade. It's an obsession and unlike sunbathers who derive pleasure from the sun, it literally feels like scalding fire on my skin. People think I'm crazy but it works.


    I rarely try to avoid the sun. If it's out, I don't really make any precautions to avoid it which I know is so bad.

    Pale is not a good look on me anyways icon_sad.gif I've been contemplating going in for facials every once in a while for sun damage (if that's even possible?).
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    Jul 16, 2012 8:22 PM GMT
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    HottJoe said@ Dan... Spf helps, but it only lasts 2 hours. Best bet is to avoid the sun and keep your skin as pale as possible and never let it get dry.

    I basically live like a vampire and avoid the sun at all costs. When I am outside during the day I always seek shade. It's an obsession and unlike sunbathers who derive pleasure from the sun, it literally feels like scalding fire on my skin. People think I'm crazy but it works.


    I rarely try to avoid the sun. If it's out, I don't really make any precautions to avoid it which I know is so bad.

    Pale is not a good look on me anyways icon_sad.gif I've been contemplating going in for facials every once in a while for sun damage (if that's even possible?).


    Agreed, pale isn't a great look for me either so I'll just make sure that I apply the SPF frequently enough and then yes, there are treatments that you can do that reduce sun damage. They're expensive, but worth it.
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    Jul 16, 2012 8:27 PM GMT
    It's an okay single and a good video, it looks like Tuscany she's driving through, not a super favorite like some of her singles/videos in the past. I wonder if she's going to release the Love Spent Track/Video, that is my favorite song on the MDNA album.



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    Jul 16, 2012 8:29 PM GMT
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    HottJoe said@ Dan... Spf helps, but it only lasts 2 hours. Best bet is to avoid the sun and keep your skin as pale as possible and never let it get dry.

    I basically live like a vampire and avoid the sun at all costs. When I am outside during the day I always seek shade. It's an obsession and unlike sunbathers who derive pleasure from the sun, it literally feels like scalding fire on my skin. People think I'm crazy but it works.


    I rarely try to avoid the sun. If it's out, I don't really make any precautions to avoid it which I know is so bad.

    Pale is not a good look on me anyways icon_sad.gif I've been contemplating going in for facials every once in a while for sun damage (if that's even possible?).


    Pale looks good on you. You're just falling for a trend. Saying tanned skin makes you hot is like saying smoking makes you cool. I thinks tans are gross. Period.

    Also I don't do facials or steam rooms, and in the winter I don't even use face wash. I just massage lotion into my skin.

    My practices are radical. Professionals have argued with me. But the results speak for themselves.

    Sure I look different now than I did ten years ago at 23. I look better;)
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    Jul 16, 2012 10:38 PM GMT
    Love the video and the song. However, MDNA is a shame of an album. Cannot believe she released such an album...
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    Jul 16, 2012 10:43 PM GMT
    Wake me when it's over and YouTube bounces me to a good Madonna video, such as Don't Tell Me, Beautiful Stranger or Human Nature. Thanks.
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    Jul 16, 2012 10:52 PM GMT
    Madge has GORGEOUS skin. Like seriously, she has the best dermatologist in the world and avoids the sun like a vampire. It works.

    For a pale 53 year old woman I'd say she's in great shape (even without major makeup). As the kids say 'your faves could never' icon_lol.gif

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    Jul 16, 2012 11:12 PM GMT
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    dan_x saidI love how all her recent videos have some sort of HD quality to them to hide her flaws. The song is growing on me. I listened and found myself singing it a few minutes later to myself and somehow then started signing Give Me All Your Luvin'. Meh.
    HD quality doesn't hide any flaws it actually shows more flaws because of the higher resolution. Madonna looks fucking great for 54 yo.
    You don't have to like her music to admit that.


    HD doesn't hide flaws but nearly every major music video has a lot of post production.

    Whether it's Miley Cyrus or Lady Gaga they all have post done on close ups.