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Madonna, born Madonna Louise Ciccone on August 16, 1958, in Bay City, Michigan, is an iconic American singer, songwriter, actress, and businesswoman who has made an indelible mark on popular culture. Known as the “Queen of Pop,” Madonna rose to fame in the early 1980s with her self-titled debut album, which included hits like “Holiday,” “Lucky Star,” and “Borderline.” Her innovative music videos, provocative performances, and ability to continually reinvent herself have kept her at the forefront of the music industry for over four decades. Albums such as “Like a Virgin,” “True Blue,” “Like a Prayer,” and “Ray of Light” have produced numerous chart-topping singles, including “Like a Virgin,” “Material Girl,” “Papa Don’t Preach,” and “Frozen,” earning her countless awards and accolades.

Beyond her musical achievements, Madonna has had a significant impact on film, fashion, and philanthropy. She has starred in several films, including “Desperately Seeking Susan,” “Evita,” for which she won a Golden Globe, and “A League of Their Own.” Madonna is also a successful businesswoman, with ventures in fashion, fitness, and entertainment. Her philanthropic efforts include founding the charity Raising Malawi, which supports orphans and vulnerable children in Malawi. Known for pushing boundaries and challenging societal norms, Madonna’s influence extends beyond music, making her one of the most influential and enduring figures in contemporary culture.