Patti LuPone Drags Madonna and Reads Her to Filth

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LuPone played the title role in the original Broadway production.

"Well I was on the treadmill and - when MTV used to have videos, right - and I saw, I believe it was Buenos Aires, and I thought it was a piece of shit", she said.

Madonna may be fuming about the unauthorised biopic about her life set to be produced by Universal, but one person is equality irate about the pop legends pop's own acting history. "She's dead behind the eyes". She's dead behind the eyes, she can not act her way out of a paper bag, and she should not be in film or on stage. She should not be in film or on stage. Asked by a called if she's seen Close in the current revival of the musical, the actress quipped, "Well I was in it, I originated the role, so I don't think I need to see it!"

HuffPost reached out to a Madonna rep for comment. He said, "She [Michelle Obama] and Madonna - now that I have publicly said that those are the two people".

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Cohen wanted to hear LuPone's thoughts on another movie musical: Les Misérables.

Meanwhile, LuPone, who is now nominated for a Tony for her performance in War Paint, also had some not-exactly-kind words for the Oscar-winning movie adaptation of Les Miserables, admitting the bits and pieces she saw of it weren't exactly, you know, great.

Busy Philipps and her family went on a Disney cruise and it was NOT spon, which she made perfectly clear by using the hashtag #IPaidForThis. I didn't see Les Miz [onstage] after I left it. "And I don't know why people assume they can do musicals or make movie musicals without ever having ever been involved in the process of making a musical". This is Ms. LuPone's seventh Tony Award and third win.