Today in Madonna History: June 17, 1990

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On June 17 1990, it was announced that Dick Tracy grossed $23 million at the US box-office during its opening weekend.

Today in Madonna History: June 16, 1984

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On June 16 1984, Madonna’s Borderline hit #10 on the Hot 100 in the USA.

Today in Madonna History: June 15, 1990

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On June 15 1990, Dick Tracy was released in theatres across North America.

Today in Madonna History: June 14, 1987

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On June 14 1987, Madonna’s Who’s That Girl World Tour 1987 opened at the Nishinomiya Stadium, in Osaka, Japan.

Today in Madonna History: June 13, 1996

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On June 13 1996, A New Madonna: The Making Of Evita special (hosted by Kurt Loder) premiered on MTV.

Today in Madonna History: June 12, 2012

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On June 12 2012, Lady Gaga hit back at Madonna after the Queen of Pop made a public dig at her by performing a mash-up of her own Express Yourself and Gaga’s Born This Way during her MDNA World Tour.

Gaga was clearly unimpressed by the stunt and decided to retaliate during a concert in Auckland, New Zealand, telling fans: “You could never invalidate the power of Born This Way.  I don’t want to be your fucking queen, I want to be your friend.”

Today in Madonna History: June 11, 1985

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On June 11 1985, Madonna ended The Virgin Tour with a sold-out concert at New York’s Madison Square Garden.

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