Get Intimate with Madonna Thanks to Auction
Madonna fans tend to have a bit of a stalker side. They love the singer so much that they will do anything to be near her. Well, if any of those fans have a few extra bucks, they can own a window into the soul of the Diva.
An online Rock & Roll Pop Art Auction is selling two microcassettes featuring racy answering machine messages Madonna left for an ex-boyfriend, love letters she faxed the same boyfriend and a deleted scene from her 1993 film “Dangerous Game,” Page Six reports.
Obviously, the tapes and love letters are the real prize here. Both are address towards James Albright, a former Manhattan bouncer and bodyguard who Madonna dated in the Eighties. (Obviously it was the Eighties. The terms “answering machine” and “fax” are hilarious.)
Anyway, the letters feature Madonna calling herself names such as “Lil’ Booty” and “Lola Montez,” which is kind of creepy, and one of the quotes reportedly said, “”Just watched the HBO special. It was OK. My booty looked good and you should see how good it looks in person. It looks Bootyful!”
Madonna should stick to singing.
Also, the scene from “Dangerous Game” reportedly shows her doing all kinds of drugs while naked.
No one knows who was the previous owner of the items, which are expected to sell for tens of thousands of dollars a piece.
And while all of this is interesting, Madonna has never pretended to be a saint, so it’s not that surprising.