If we’ve told her once, we must have told her a hundred times: if you don’t know what you’re talking about, Madge love, shut the freak up.
This time Our Glorious Leader (who is frankly working our reserve nerve at the moment, what with that goddawful record and all) has been sharing her wisdom on London’s public transport system, recently voted the best in the world by humble tourists. Ironic, then, that she should appear on the cover of Vanity Fair’s *yawns* Green Issue (the writing, by the way, is ’cause we nicked it of a site where they go in for that sort of thing and we’ve forgotten how to use the ‘get rid of silly writing’ tool on our Photoshop).
Anyways, apparently, according to Madonna you can’t use the Tube. Why would that be then? And how would Madonna know? Has she actually been on the Tube?
Then there’s the question of the Congestion Charge, which Madonna feels aspiring musicians (maybe she knows some!) shouldn’t have to pay. Well, honey, the American Embassy is still refusing to pay the Congestion Charge, so you’re in good company.
She won’t be voting for Ken (Cameron’s much more up her alley, probably, now she’s part of the huntin’ ‘n’ shootin’ set) and she even thinks that them thar ‘aspiring musicians’ shouldn’t have to pay taxes. Erm, OK. Well, we can knock out ‘London’s Burning’ on a recorder. Does that count?
Time for you to leave our fair city, by the sound of it love. We’ll catch you next time round.