USA Trending News & Update: Pop Star Madonna Says Donald Trump’s Victory Is Like A Death Scenario; Blaming Hateful Women For Clinton’s Loss
Madonna says she hasn't had a good night's sleep since Donald Trump became the new president of the "Unites States of The America," and she wakes up every morning realizing the election results aren't just a bad dream.
Pop star Madonna blamed the election result on hate. The pop star icon shared about her thoughts upon the victory of the new President-elect Donald Trump over his rivalry between the "Democratic Presidential" candidates Hillary Clinton.
"It felt like a combination of the heartbreak and betrayal you feel when someone you love more than anything leaves you, and also a death," as stated by the pop star Madonna telling actress Elizabeth Banks in an interview for Billboard.
"Wow. Maybe we should sign Madge up for a new haircut?" as Madonna added in a statement.
"Women hate women. That's what I think it is. Women's nature is not to support other women. It's really sad," as stated by the singer, which her special concert will be coming this Friday, the "Madonna: Rebel Heart Tour."
Incidentally, claimed by the "Pew Research," an exit poll found 42% of women voting for Trump, compared with 54% backing Hillary Clinton. That's about the same percentage spread among women that was seen in the prior two presidential contests.
"Men, they protect other men but women are all about protecting men and protecting children and apparently protecting a certain gender-wide self-loathing?" as Madonna stated in a question manner.
Meanwhile, Madonna, who joined James Corden for "Carpool Karaoke" last Wednesday night's "Late Late Show," committed deeply to her in-car performance of "Vogue," working the looks and the poses and ultimately stretching first one leg and then the other straight up to the ceiling of the car while she kept her place in the shotgun seat.
"I mean, I feel so inadequate," as stated by James Corden, the late-night show host said sheepishly before attempting but definitely not succeeding at the same move.