Madonna has blasted the new biopic about her life called Blond Ambition, which has recently been picked up by Universal Pictures. As you can see in her Instagram post, she says "only I can tell my story."
But Madonna took it a bit further, in case you had any doubts she was unhappy with the movie. She posted to Instagram a picture of the script, with a handy "WTF!" where there was a line she believed was made up.
In the caption, she pointed out that she's actually from Bay City and went to the University of Michigan -- never dropped out. And she adds: “Why would Universal Studios want to make a movie about me based on a script that is all lies??"
That Instagram post has been deleted, because ... surprise! Madonna actually did go on American Bandstand and said that she was born in Detroit and a "famed high school dropout." Madonna seems to have forgotten that little fib she told Dick Clark. But fortunately, we have the video evidence (below).
No big deal, it was all part of the performance back then. But her error points out that the makers of Blond Ambition actually have done some research. But to be absolutely certain about what's real in this upcoming movie and what isn't, the BBC did some fact checking.
Should be a fascinating portrait of one of music most iconic stars.