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King Charles won’t give ‘olive branch’ to Meghan Markle, Prince Harry to join working royals, expert claims Adam Levine still set to perform in Las Vegas with Maroon 5 amid cheating scandal Sylvester Stallone visits the Vatican; gets the keys to the castle in a ‘very rare and special moment’ Sylvester Stallone visits the Vatican and gets the keys to the castle in a ‘very rare and special moment.’ (Photo by Elisabetta Villa/Getty Images) Nicola Peltz says Victoria and David Beckham are 'great in-laws,' denies any conflict in the family Tori Spelling posts rare picture of her out to dinner with her mom Candy and brother Randy Wynonna Judd says she cries 'a lot' after her mother Naomi Judd's death: 'I feel joy and sorrow' Wynonna Judd (left) appeared with her mother, Naomi Judd, at the CMT Awards on April 11.  (Getty Images) ‘Dallas’ star Patrick Duffy reveals secret behind lasting romance with 'Happy Days' actress Linda Purl Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stayed at Tyler Perry’s home during ‘difficult time’ with royal family Olivia Wilde addresses rumor Harry Styles spit on Chris Pine in Venice: 'People will look for drama' Olivia Wilde addresses rumor Harry Styles spit on Chris Pine in Venice: 'People will look for drama.' (Getty Images) Camilla thought Prince Harry’s idea of bringing in a mediator to heal rift was ‘ridiculous,’ author claims   Facebook Instagram YouTube Twitter LinkedIn Fox News First Stephanie Giang-Paunon is an Entertainment Writer for Fox News Digital.
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Madonna claims she ‘paved the road’ after nearly being arrested 3 times during Blonde Ambition tour
Madonna has claimed that police ‘threatened’ to arrest her on three occasions while she toured in the 1990s.The Hung Up hitmaker, 63, frequently makes headlines with her antics on and off stage, whether it’s a smooch with a fellow musician or a racy Insta photoshoot.Now, Madonna reckons she ‘paved the road’ for others after she sparked controversy with her Like a Prayer album, which used Catholic imagery.While touring the world with her third concert tour – titled the Blonde Ambition tour – she says she faced backlash from religious figures, including the Vatican.Taking to her Instagram Story to reflect on the past, Madge wrote: ‘Police threatened to arrest me three times as I travelled around the world performing Like a Virgin during the Blonde Ambition tour.’She added: ‘The Vatican cancelled all my shows in Rome! See how I paved the road for you b****es??’.Madonna posted the message alongside a gif of her dancing while on the tour.One concert in Rome did go ahead on in July 1990, despite protests from Pope John Paul II, who urged members of the public not to attend.Earlier this year, Madonna asked Pope Francis if she could meet him, stating that she is a ‘good Catholic.’‘Hello @Pontifex Francis – I’m a good Catholic. I Swear! I mean I don’t Swear!’, she tweeted.‘It’s been a few decades since my last confession.
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Madonna, 63, recalls police 'arrest' threats for Like A Virgin's explicit dance moves
Madonna, 63, has recalled nearly being arrested in 1990 during her Blonde Ambition tour due to the explicit dance moves she performed to her hit Like A Virgin.The singer was "threatened" with arrest and even had her shows at the Vatican that year cancelled.Madonna took to Instagram to share a snapshot of her Like A Virgin performance on her 1990 tour.The tour generated controversy due to its use of Catholic imagery and sexual content, especially with the explicit dance moves during the Like A Virgin performance.The singer wrote in view of her 18.4 million followers: "Police threatened to arrest me three times as I travelled around the world performing Like A Virgin - during the Blonde Ambition tour."The Vatican cancelled all my shows in Rome! See how I paved the road for b*****s?"Her shows in Italy were cancelled due to a private association of Roman Catholics who called for a boycott of the shows in Rome and Turin.This was due to Madonna using simulated masturbation in her Like A Virgin choreography that included her groping herself as well as humping a bed during the live performance.Pope John Paul II urged the public and the Christian community at the time not to attend the tour, as he called it "One of the most satanic shows in the history of humanity".Due to this controversy, Madonna held a press conference in Rome's Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport defending her much loved tour.She said: "I am Italian American and proud of it...The tour in no way hurts anybody's sentiments."It's for open minds and gets them to see sexuality in a different way."Their own and others [...] Like theater, [Blonde Ambition] asks questions, provokes thought and takes you on an emotional journey, portraying good and bad, light and dark,
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Bishop let off by Vatican 'asked for massages off new priests' and had 'porn on phone'
bishop who was hauled in front of high-ranking officials at the Vatican City has been accused of forcing young priests to give him massages and keeping depraved videos of sex acts on his phone.Three Catholic priests raised the alarm about Gustavo Zanchetta, an ex-bishop in the northern province of Salta in Argentina, after they allegedly found pornography showing him and young men on his mobile phone.He is now on trial behind closed doors in the province on several charges of sexual abuse against seminarians (students studying to be priests), alongside abuse of power and mismanagement of finances.One seminarian giving evidence in court said he had seen Zanchetta being given massages by other students, and was "feared" in the faculty.Father Gabriel Acevedo, one of the three priests to bring complaints against the bishop, said to the court on Tuesday that he had been informed of “pornographic content in which the bishop and some young men appear" soon after it was found on Zanchetta's phone in 2014, according to a statement from the court.The bishop had reportedly handed over the phone to an official at the church for admin purposes, who then brought his discovery to show the priest.Father Acevedo then reported the incident to the Vatican's representative in Argentina, after which Zanchetta was ordered to Rome to answer questions.If you or somebody you know has been affected by this story, contact Victim Support for free, confidential advice on 08 08 16 89 111 or visit their website, www.victimsupport.org.uk.However, a source from Reuters in the courtroom heard that Vatican officials reportedly sent him back to Argentina without punishment after he told them that the footage had been faked.Zanchetta's lawyers have now
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