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Drag Race star Milk is the new face of Madonna's MDNA skincare line

Madonna's new commercial for her MDNA skincare line appears to feature the iconic singer revisiting some of her most groundbreaking looks: the Blonde Ambition cone bra and the "Hung Up" and "Living For Love" music videos, specifically. But at the end of the clip, the model is revealed to be none other than Drag Race alum and soon-to-be All Stars contestant Milk.

“Over the years I’ve had the opportunity to embody many personas―to express myself but remain myself,” Madonna muses as the video begins, before calling out for a “revolution of being who you are.”

The MDNA skincare line includes face washes, mists, serums, masks, and rejuvenators ranging from $50 to $600.

Milk shared the exciting news of his casting over Instagram, writing: "From having my makeup done by Aaron Henrikson, to my hair, to secretly getting to try on the original Jean Paul Gaultier cone bra (it didn't fit haha), shooting the MDNA SKIN campaign video was surreal. To be a part of this, for someone who has always epitomized the ideals of being different and unique, was a dream come true."

Take a look at the glorious new campaign, below:

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Madonna’s 10 most underrated music videos

Madonna practically invented the music video. Since her debut clip “Everybody” in 1982, Madge has penetrated pop with unforgettable, controversial and iconic videos. There are enough posts that (rightfully) sing the praises of Madonna’s best videos, like the Catholic church-defying “Like a Prayer” and the discotastic “Hung Up.” (And let’s not forget this writer’s favorite video: the deserted, melancholic “Frozen.”) However, where is the love for Madge’s videos that aren’t as well-known? These 10 videos, which span 30 years of Madonna’s career, are hidden gems that deserve applause. Some are funky (“True Blue”), some are sexy (“Girl Gone Wild”) and some are downright bizarre (“Bedtime Story”). Let’s get unconscious, shall we?

“True Blue” (1986)

Some say cheesy. We say adorable. “True Blue’s” do-woppy sound gets a ’50s-style visual, where Madonna and her gals pal around in a convertible and a diner. And its background? (True) blue, of course.

“Bad Girl” (1993)

Madonna’s most plot-heavy clip has her struggling with a bad-girl life following the death of her lover, played by Christopher Walken.

“Rain” (1993)

Madonna dances against a raining wall in this simple, electric clip. Her black Mia Farrow ’do needs a comeback!

“Bedtime Story” (1995)

Madonna’s weirdest video to date, “Bedtime Story” plays out like a psychedelic–and at times downright disturbing–dream. Featuring bizarre images of skulls, doves and the infamous mouths-as-eyes Madonna, this avant-garde clip is serious foreshadowing for Lady Gaga’s strange brand of pop art.

“Drowned World/Substitute for Love” (1998)

Madonna explores the isolating nature of fame in this deeply intimate clip.

“The Power of Good-Bye” (1998)

The video’s blueish tint is reminiscent of Madge’s most stunning visual “Frozen.” However, the plot here is a little more complex. Madge and her lover engage in a chess match that ends with her destroying the board, signifying the end of their romance. The ending is purposefully ambiguous. Does Madonna drown herself in the ocean? Does she move on from her lover? Whatever the case, there is no denying this moody video is one of Madge’s most effective ever.

“Don’t Tell Me” (2000)

Madonna’s Music cowgirl aesthetic takes literal shape in the “Don’t Tell Me” video. Clad in jeans and a plaid shirt, Madge goes full-on honky-tonk here. Line dancing! Bull riding! Rodeo hats! This is a country song we can deal with.

“Give It 2 Me” (2008)

Inspired by Madonna’s May 2008 ELLE cover shoot, the “Give It 2 Me” video is glossy and dizzying, chock-full of sexy moves and camera tricky. Oh, and Pharrell.

“Girl Gone Wild” (2012)

The paint-by-numbers “GGW” received a video that is anything but ordinary. Featuring sexy male dancers in heels, precision choreography and homoerotic undertones galore, this black-and-white video is quintessential Madonna. “Justify My Love” 2.0.

“Ghosttown” (2015)

This post-apocalyptic epic is gorgeously shot and features an amazing dance sequence with Empire’s Terrence Howard. What more could you possibly want at the end of the world?

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Video: première Strike A Pose

De zeven mannelijke dansers uit Madonna's beroemde muziekdocu 'In Bed with Madonna' hadden geen idee hoeveel levens ze zouden veranderen door zo open en vrij zichzelf te zijn voor de camera. Maar hoe is het hen na de tour vergaan, en wat speelde zich af achter de schermen? Reijer Zwaan (adjunct-hoofdredacteur Nieuwsuur) en Ester Gould (film- en documentairemaker) vroegen het zich af en maakten 'Strike a Pose', een indrukwekkende docu die laat zien hoe het gaat met de dansers, 25 jaar nadat zij tourden met een van de grootste supersterren ter wereld. Thomas was aanwezig bij de première in het EYE museum.

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Video: Inside the #ManusxMachina Experience (Met Ball 2016)

Op het Instagramaccount van Vogue Magazine zijn korte video's geplaatst van de sterren die aanwezig waren op het Met Gala van maandag 2 mei 2016. De video's zijn opgenomen in een speciale omgeving die wordt omgeschreven als inside 'the #ManusxMachina Experience'. Ook Madonna stond voor deze camera!

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