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Madonna was last night rocked by a series of bombshell claims in her brother's tell-all book. As well as accusing the singer of being sex-mad, Christopher Ciccone, 47, claims her ex Warren Beatty was once so lesbian that she was cheating on him he looked through her rubbish for evidence.

Ciccone, right, also claims Madge's hubby Guy Ritchie is uncomfortable with some of her gay pals and squared up to him once at a party. Other explosive allegations include Madge, 49, drawing up a list of men who could fulfil the fatherly sex after she decided she wanted a baby - and he also hints at a possible lesbian relationship between the star and her pal and confidante, Ingrid Casares.

Madonna's gay brother sex that man's man Guy Ritchie feels so uncomfortable around her camp madonna that he jokingly offered him up for sex to them.

Dancer Christopher Ciccone said he made a toast the week before Guy and Madonna's wedding telling dinner guests: "I'd like lesbina toast this happy moment He says her jealous former lover Warren Beatty once searched her bins looking for evidence that she was cheating on him.

Ciccone sex "Warren, operator that he has always been, had the sense to recognise his equal in Madonna. He sex she dubbed her former hubby Sean Penn a "paranoid control madonna and once she had decided she wanted a child, she went in search of the eex man to father her baby settling on personal trainer Carlos Leon.

And Ciccone also alleges that Guy's difficulty around gays has caused a huge rift between him and his sister. The claims in sex book come at the worst possible time for Madonna madonnna her madonna year marriage allegedly at crisis point. Madonna, 49, has friends of every sexual persuasion and Guy's difficulty with camp men is a bone of contention in their troubled marriage, according to Ciccone. He claims that English gentleman Guy, 39, puffs up his chest and his heterosexuality "swells noticeably" when he is with his wife's more flamboyant gay friends.

Ciccone's claims are backed up madonns actor, Madge's lesbian, Rupert Everett who says Guy is "uncomfortable lesbian queens". The couple, who had then been together less than a year, had argued over Madonna's insistence on a police escort to the lavish beachside bash whose guests included Everett and Gwyneth Paltrow. Madonna had later glared at the singer, surrounded by fawning A-list friends and then snapped at a fellow guest: "I wish I was home in bed.

At mdonna point, he looks daggers at his celebrity partner after she bellows: "Guy get over here, there's someone I want you to meet. Ciccone, 47, said he nearly came to blows with his future brother-in-law over his awkwardness around Madonna's colourful pals, marking the beginning of the end of his relationship with his sister. The timing of Ciccone's page book could not come at the worst time for the celebrity couple. In the past week, Madonna has been linked to Yankees' star Alex Rodriguez and the break-up of his marriage.

And film director Guy has been sex to hang on to his family life with son Rocco, seven, stepdaughter Lourdes, 11, and adopted son David, two, amid speculation madonna Madonna wants to move them from London to live in New York. Choreographer Ciccone's expose will upset his sister because the siblings are close in age and were once good friends.

They have worked lesbian - he choreographed her Girlie Show tour in and was the artistic director of her documentary Madonna: Truth lesbian Dare.

But Ciccone madonna not spare Madonna's feelings in his book In Life with My Sister Madonna hinting at a lesbian fling with Ingrid Casares and saying his sister is self-obsessed and manipulative. He also snipes at her beliefs saying: "I hope that it is Kabbalah's lesson that she is not the centre of the universe. He claims that after deciding she wanted a baby, she drew up a dossier of men who could fulfil the fatherly role.

However after sex Leon, father to Lourdes, she said she wasn't "sure he fulfils the intelligence requirement". After a wild romp, Madge is supposed to have said: "I feel like I am repeating Marilyn Monroe and the president.

Madonna source close to Madonna said yesterday: "This book has come at quite possibly the worst time. She just wants to concentrate her energy on rehearsing lesbian her Sweet and Sticky tour but, instead, keeps finding herself batting off questions about her personal life. Yesterday Madonna's publicist Liz Rosenberg said the star had not read her brother's memoirs but found it "very upsetting" that he had decided to sell a book based on his sister.

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I saw myself as the quintessential Cinderella," she said. Achievement and approval were important to her, but she also cultivated a rich inner life, and at 16 Madonna took a sudden left turn, drifting away from the school "jocks" to ballet, bohemianism and existentialism.

She was in the thespian society, and she didn't shave her legs anymore, you know, like all of us did, and she didn't shave her armpits. Everyone was like, 'Oh, what happened to her? Madonna, the stage persona, was an invention, a powerful projection fed by a childhood diet of Hollywood films, Broadway musicals and offbeat poetry. It was as if this fermented inside her for years until she found the right outlet. As soon as she started ballet with Christopher Flynn, a charismatic, gay dance teacher who ran classes in Rochester, Madonna's life took off.

He encouraged her interest in the arts, taking her to concerts, art galleries and gay clubs in Detroit. Madonna's escapades in Detroit marked her out from her schoolmates. The race riots in had left the area in turmoil. Car manufacturing industries were beginning to pull out, and there were strong social divisions. You know, Eminem's Eight Mile. That was the dividing line between white and black, between right or wrong.

Despite the prejudice that divided the city there was a rich musical cross pollination which later influenced Madonna's sound. Right back to her early childhood in the working class suburb of Pontiac, she had a strong interest in black style. She remembered dancing in backyards to Motown 45s with her black girlfriends.

This later fuelled her dance-orientated pop music, and gave her the edge. Madonna was still at school when she made her trips to Detroit gay clubs. In the early s gay culture was taboo. For a Catholic girl raised in stultifying suburbia, the gay underground represented freedom and release.

I kept seeing myself through macho heterosexual eyes. Because I was a really aggressive woman, guys thought of me as a really strange girl. I didn't add up for them. I had a whole new sense of myself. In the mids, it was a subculture that was pre-Aids, yet buoyed up by Gay Liberation campaigns. In its hedonistic pursuit of pleasure there was a theatricality that captivated her and became one of her key reference points.

The main club that Flynn took Madonna to was Menjo's. Originally a ritzy supper club where Al Capone used to take his mistress, it opened as one of Detroit's premier gay night spots in December We were open seven days a week from noon to 2am, and there were always people waiting in line," recalls one of the co-founders, Randy Frank.

She was the centre of attention. She didn't drink, she was just the life of the party. She was a cool chick. She had beautiful eyes. I remember her eyes — God, they were beautiful. At Menjo's she also discovered her yen for sexual freedom and experimentation. Combining a driving energy with judicious application, Madonna won a dance scholarship to the University of Michigan in I knew somebody who had that personality and that attitude and that vibe.

Detroit turned out many self-motivators because, according to songwriter Gardner Cole, a native from the area: "There was nothing to do. The winters are so brutally long there, unless you're into snow-mobiling or ice-fishing there's nothing to do but stay indoors. We called it 'wood-shedding'. Like if you were into music, you'd go into a room and keep playing and playing.

At university Madonna learned about Martha Graham, the "Picasso of modern dance", and Alvin Ailey, a black choreographer from Texas who combined ballet with African tribal dance.

When she later went on to tear up those dancefloors in New York, Madonna wasn't doing the latest disco shuffle. I didn't care, I was free," she said. In her stage shows she was to return again and again to those sources of inspiration. Impatient to get to "the centre of everything", in Madonna dropped out halfway through her course and went to New York.

By she had branched out to form her own act with boyfriend Steve Bray later a producer on albums like True Blue and Like A Prayer. Despite this bold move, Madonna was floundering. She was living on her wits, relying on favours from friends and had no fixed address. After she became famous, Andy Warhol wrote in his diary: " Keith Haring said that when Madonna was sleeping on his couch, the stories he could write about people she had sex with I learned not to count on her in that department.

Though desperate to make it, Madonna hadn't evolved a distinctive style. She was yet to come into her own as a songwriter. She sensed she needed a strong professional eye, someone to help her focus. And that person was Camille Barbone, who owned Gotham Records, the only recording studio in the Music Building where Madonna rehearsed. Madonna persuaded Barbone to come to a concert "She was very flirtatious. She knew I was a gay woman," says Barbone , and the latter was "blown away.

She sparkled, in a very street way. Not fairy nymphette. It was hard and guttural and in your face. She very much typified the New York music scene. She was a street-savvy kid who'd pick up someone to go home with if she was hungry and needed a meal. That's how she survived. She was living in a hovel in a dangerous part of town. I wanted to give her a safe haven, because in a lot of ways she seemed wounded. As a result, Barbone and the musicians she hired to play with Madonna became a surrogate family.

They would joke and call her the Kid. She get's real grouchy if she doesn't eat. Although Madonna likes to imply that she's always been a woman in control, much of her life in those early days was chaotic. Camille found herself taking charge of Madonna's ' dental appointments, cleaning up after her, and being on call during the night. I had to drive her around after a gig just to get her tired. She didn't want to miss anything. Barbone and Madonna made a formidable team.

It is interesting that it took a woman to see Madonna's real potential. Men looked at Madonna as someone they wanted to bed as opposed to sign. My whole vibe in managing her was, 'You don't have to do that anymore. Let's do it based on the fact that you have a unique personality, you're an artist and you have so much to offer'," says Barbone.

I brought her credibility. Word got around that someone was investing money in her, someone with a studio and contacts. As a result, within the industry, they began to take her seriously too. Barbone knew it was important to surround Madonna with strong musical collaborators.

She'd milk the musicians' brains. They'd rehearse four times a week, and they went on stage tighter than hell. So, is this a book, or what? Well, yes and no. There are the much-discussed paraphernalia — the whips, the chains, the knife, the leashes, the gags, the prophylactic-like Mylar wrapping, the metal covers, the self-destructive binding.

And there are the cries of outrage and amusement: the denunciations by critics and conservatives, the chorus of more confused comments. More than a half-million copies in a week? But the key word here is event: Sex is less a book than a slickly contrived, shrewdly marketed happening. Sex is hype. The charge is hardly new to Madonna. Every product of her decade-old career has contained a dollop of serious intent fused with a heaping measure of shock and image massage.

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