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Madonna's Publicist Retires After "Two Centuries" of Madge 

Madonna's Publicist Retires After "Two Centuries" of Madge

Liz Rosenberg Madonna

Liz Rosenberg is taking a break after almost forty years in the biz.

After over thirty years of representing the original queen of pop, Madonna's publicist, Liz Rosenberg, has announced her retirement. The p.r. legend joked to Page Six, "I think two centuries is long enough, don't you?"

Rosenberg signed on to represent Madonna in 1983, when Madge was just a young college dropout with nothing to lose.

After almost four decades at Warner Bros. Records, Rosenberg started her own agency, Liz Rosenberg Media, in 2010, and has represented such notable clients as Cher and Michael Buble. The maven is ready for a break, but will continue "to consult, advise and protect my peeps from the likes of Page Six forever. I love them too much to do otherwise," she said. "I could never step away completely. I envision myself like Sue Mengers, doing my work from a round bed with a lot of lip-shaped pillows."

Read her chat with Page Sixhere.

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