Okay, we're no over-the-top fan of the woman, and we're fairly content to casually follow each album campaign of hers that comes along, but we've noticed lately that many people of all ages have a seemingly irrational hatred for her.
Can someone please explain this?
Is it because Madonna's aged better than most humans, laid the enduring foundation for nearly every contemporary female mega-star, or that she has cherry-picked unexpected producers throughout her career—Chic, Stuart Price, Martin Solveig, William Orbit, Mirwais, and Nellee Hooper—or that she's gradually become more wired into European pop-culture than American, or occasionally writes songs with lines like "I drive my Mini Cooper/And I'm feeling super-dooper"? Maybe it's just because her name isn't Adele.
Surely there are people out there more deserving of hatred.