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Madonna's real name is Madonna Louise Ciccone, and she was born on August 16, 1958, in Bay City, Michigan. 

She is not only a singer but also an accomplished songwriter, actress, author, and businesswoman.

Madonna's debut self-titled album, released in 1983, marked the beginning of her groundbreaking career and showcased her diverse musical talents. 

She has sold over 300 million records worldwide, making her one of the best-selling music artists of all time. 

Madonna holds the record for the most number-one albums by a solo artist on the Billboard 200 chart. 

The iconic artist has won numerous accolades, including seven Grammy Awards and two Golden Globe Awards. 

Madonna is recognized for pushing boundaries with her provocative and groundbreaking performances, addressing controversial topics and challenging societal norms.

She is renowned for her reinvention and ability to stay relevant in an ever-changing industry, continuously pushing artistic boundaries and embracing new musical styles. 

Madonna's "Blond Ambition World Tour" in 1990 became one of the most influential and controversial tours in music history, known for its provocative themes and groundbreaking choreography. 

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