Madonna is an American singer, songwriter, and actress. Born on August 16, 1958, in Bay City, Michigan, United States.
Why is Madonna Famous
Madonna is a famous singer who broke into a pop career with big hits like “Borderline” and “Holiday.”
Her continual reinvention kept her front and center in an age where video was vitally important to a musician’s growth. While often controversial, she’s charted with popular music for decades, and has become an icon.
Madonna Brief History
Madonna, known as The Material Girl for years, has the art of reinvention down to a science. She broke onto the scene as a pop princess with hits like Holiday and Borderline. She then went on to star in the movie, “Desperately Seeking Susan.”
Madonna then spun the wheel and went another direction. Her Material Girl Phase, her Vogue phase, her Like a Prayer phase, and then there was the fetish-driven phase and a sex book. Yes, she always kept us guessing, and still does. Her career has spanned decades.
Madonna Louise Ciccone was a force to reckon with. Just when you thought she’d crossed the line or started to fade in popularity, she’d reinvent her looks and her music, and be just as fresh and current as she ever was. She’s an icon and legend in the industry.
She’s got a string of movie hits to her name. While we mentioned an early film, it was her later films that won her praise. She was in the films: A League of her Own with Gina Davis, Evita, which she won a Golden Globe for.
She’s gone on to motherhood and has six children, two biological and six adopted.