Madonna's Not The Center of the Universe, But That Didn't Stop Her Brother From Using Her Name in His Memoir

Riding out Madonna’s recent notoriety as a Kabbalah-spreading homewrecker, the Associated Press is revealing more details about her various affairs as told by her brother, Christopher Ciccone, in his unauthorized tell-all book, Life with My Sister Madonna.

First up is ex-husband Sean Penn, whom Madonna called a “paranoid control freak” according to the book. Then there’s Warren Beatty, who Mr. Ciccone says cornered him at a party and asked him what it was like to be gay. And finally there’s “a guy named Russell,” to whom she supposedly lost her virginity.

On the topic of her current husband, Mr. Ciccone writes his sister and Guy Ritchie love each other and are not splitting up, despite recent rumors. They are “passionately committed” to their marriage, he writes.

The book even discloses other celebrities’ murky pasts, telling anecdotes of Bruce Willis hitting on other women while still married to Demi Moore and of Madonna making out with Gwyneth Paltrow one New Year’s Eve.

But the real person Madonna fancies is herself, according to her brother, who writes, “I hope that it is Kabbalah’s lesson that she is not the center of the universe.”

The book comes out next Tuesday.

Madonna's Not The Center of the Universe, But That Didn't Stop Her Brother From Using Her Name in His Memoir