Working back to back
A look into Madonna’s cauldron comes from this article by the Daily Mail, which is not exactly sharing anything big but rather re-compiling the most consistent rumours from the past few months, mixed with some accurate and already confirmed news (like the upcoming new 12 “English Roses” stories), and some not-so-accurate reports.
“With the future of her son’s adoption depending on an imminent visit by a child welfare officer from his native Malawi, Madonna is doing everything in her power to make sure she keeps custody of 18-month-old David Banda.
Last week she flew back from New York – where she is recording a new album and house-hunting – to prepare for the arrival of Penston Kilembe, who is due to spend up to five days at the singer’s London home.
But the 48-year-old star’s plans to be reunited with her family are to be short-lived. She aims to return to New York as soon as the inspection is over, to put the finishing touches to her new album.
After a short break with her film director husband Guy Ritchie and their children, Madonna will then be working non-stop until mid-2008. “The finishing touches still have to be added to her new album, so she is flying back to the States once the officer’s visit is over.”
Madonna, who has a daughter, Lourdes, 11, and a six-year-old son, Rocco, has already told her husband she will be working back to back from September.
“Madonna has promised to take a six-week break to spend time with Guy and the children before embarking on her mammoth ten-month work regime,” adds the source.
“After the new record is released in November she is getting ready for a world tour that kicks off next June, then she is launching a 25th anniversary box set and a set of 12 children’s books.”
A spokesman for Madonna declined to comment.”
From the Daily Mail.