Today In Madonna History: January 31, 2012

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On January 31 2012, the deluxe edition cover for MDNA was unveiled through Madonna’s official Facebook page.  The album’s artwork was shot by Mert and Marcus and directed by Giovanni Bianco.

Today in Madonna History: January 30, 1995

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On January 30, 1995, Madonna and Babyface performed Take A Bow at the 22nd annual American Music Awards at the Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, California.

Today in Madonna History: January 29, 2002

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Madonna attends the opening of photographer Mario Testino’s exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in London, England.

Today in Madonna History: January 28, 1985

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On January 28 1985, Madonna and Huey Lewis presented an award to Prince & The Revolution.  Madonna was also nominated for Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist at the 12th annual American Music Awards at the Shrine Auditorium, in Los Angeles, California.

Today in Madonna History: January 27, 1984

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On January 27 1984, Madonna performed Burning Up and Holiday on the UK music program The Tube.  The show was broadcast live from the Hacienda Club in Manchester.

Today in Madonna History: January 26, 2007

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On January 26, 2007, Madonna’s second live album, The Confessions Tour was released by Warner Bros. Records.  It was recorded at Wembley Arena in London, and was released in both CD and DVD formats.  The DVD was directed by Jonas Åkerlund.

Today in Madonna History: January 25, 1989

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On January 25, 1989,  Madonna signs a $5 million contract with Pepsi-Cola for a series of TV commercials and sponsorship of a world tour.

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