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In this outtake from our April issue exclusive interview with Madonna, the most famous woman in the world gives Out the lowdown, just in time for 'Sorry,' the second single from Confessions on a Dance Floor, to hit the top of the charts.The song 'Let It Will Be' begins, 'Now I can tell you about success, about fame'' Although I like the song a lot, when I first heard it I thought, Now she can tell us? Hasn't she been telling us for about five years? It seems a consistent theme, this self-examination of fame.
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