Today in Madonna History: February 18, 1995

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On February 18 1995, Madonna performed Secret and Take A Bow on the Wetten Dass TV show in Ravensburg, Germany.

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 21, 1995

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On January 21 1995, Madonna’s Take A Bow climbed to #5 (from #8) on the Billboard Hot 100 in the USA.

Today in Madonna History: January 12, 1995

On January 12 1995, Madonna appeared on the cover of Germany’s Stern magazine. The cover image was taken from the upcoming Spring/Summer Versace campaign. Photo by Steven Meisel.

Today in Madonna History: January 11, 1995

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On January 11 1995, Madonna ranked #10 on Mr. Blackwell’s 35th annual list of the worst-dressed women of 1994.

We can only imagine that the Bettina Rheims photo shoot contributed to Madonna’s placement on the list.  We love you Bettina!

Today in Madonna History: December 23, 1995

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On December 23 1995, Madonna won two Billboard Music Awards: Top Hot 100 Singles Artist – Female and Top Hot Dance Club Play Artist.

Madonna had the following singles chart during 1995: Secret, Take A Bow, Bedtime Story, Human Nature and You’ll See.

Today in Madonna History: November 22, 1995

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On November 22 1995, Madonna was featured on VH1’s television series VH1 To One in a previously recorded interview with Jane Pratt. The appearance was part of Madonna’s promotional activities for the ballads compilation, Something To Remember.

The interview was conducted in London, where Madonna had recently begun recording the soundtrack to Evita.

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