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Jimmy Fallon announced Monday night on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon that he will be doing an exclusive interview with Madonna on Facebook talking about her new album coming out March 26th called MDNA and more with the 80s music icon.
The Madonna interview will take place at this Saturday Night March 24th at 6:00PM EST on Facebook and Madonna will also take questions from fans.
Visit latenightwithjimmyfallon.com to learn more.
What song was playing when you had your first kiss? What about your first slow dance?
How about during your first time?
Chances are, it was a power ballad – you know, those songs that double as the soundtrack to your life?
Those anthems that make you want to throw a lighter in the air and start singing along at the top of your lungs.
Now at the brand new arena rock cabaret in the center of Times Square, Power Balladz, you can do just that - celebrate the best music of the 70s, 80s, and 90s and unleash your inner rock star.
Michael Jackson costumes will be hot this Halloween. And I think that's great! It's totally acceptable to dress up as Michael. That's a fine tribute to his memory.
This is especially true if you consider "Thriller". Isn't this the ultimate Halloween song?
It's been 3 months since The King of Pop's untimely death and in another month "This Is It! The Movie" will be released in theaters across the country at the end of October.
I am saddened by all the sensational news coverage of Michael and his family over the last three months and glad it has started to die down.
Michael Jackson died yesterday afternoon and the reality of this unexpected event is still sinking in around the world.
I watched the Jackson 5 on the Mike Douglas show in the 1970's. I watched, glued to the screen, Michael bloom into the King of Pop on the Motown 25th Anniversary special in 1982 and, like millions of others across the globe, I was blown away!
I listened to Thriller repeatedly in the coming years. I watched Michael's pioneering videos in the early days of MTV.
Bea Arthur, star of one of our favorite 80s sitcoms, The Golden Girls, died earlier today.
Estelle Getty passed away last year. Both were loved stars of the 80s comedy, The Golden Girls.
We will miss them both very much, but thankfully both women left us a wonderful show to watch over and over again.
Sorry, but we could not find any full episodes of The Golden Girls, Maude, or even All in the Family.
That just goes to what classic 80s TV shows they are. Betty white has gone on to star in numerous TV specials and sitcoms well into the 21st century.
As graduation approached in the spring of 1983, I began to plan, well hope is more like it, that I could attend the US Festival in Southern California.
This was four days of live music and entertainment from all those acts we saw on MTV (back when they used to play music videos).
There were very few artists who did not play at The US Festival.
From Van Halen to the Scorpions, to The Clash and Missing Persons, there were more than 100 bands and musicians at The US Festival.
Thank You Seth McFarland!
In 21st Century Speak, Peter Griffin lingo
This is Frickin' Sweet!
Just about every episode of Family Guy makes fun of the 80s.
This one is not only no exception, but from the Bryan Adams Rip-Off, and the Men Without Hats dance at the party, to the appearance by Megatron from The Transformers, this one is fully funny and an excellent example of what makes the 80s such good material for comedy!
Video made available courtesy of Fox Television (another product of the 80s) and Hulu.