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More details are now being released from Christopher Ciccone's tell-all book, Life With My Sister Madonna.
Amongst other shiz…
Ciccone talks about Madonna deciding to have a baby and how she considered actor John Enos from Melrose Place to be the daddy before she picked Carlos Leon.
Though, according to Christopher, when it came to Leon, Madge was "not sure he fulfills the intelligence requirement."
Oh, and Madonna supposedly even considered having cross-dresser Dennis Rodman be the daddy.
We're glad THAT didn't happen!
As for her past relationships, Ciccone reveals that when Madonna was dating the much older and womanizing Warren Beatty, it was as if they had found their similar match. So much so that Warren had gotten so suspicious of Maddona, he would go through her trash looking for evidence that she was cheating on him.
In regards to her hooking up with John F. Kennedy, Jr., Madonna had said, "I feel like I am repeating Marilyn and the president."
Oh, and remember when Madonna dated Sean Penn and then married him?
Well, according to Ciccone, Penn once came up to him and pulled out a jackknife. He then said to Christopher, "Let's be blood brothers."
Penn then sliced open both of their thumbs in order to properly seal the deal.
It was only years later than Penn approached Ciccone, brought up the ritual and asked, "You don't have AIDS, do you?"
As for Madonna's best friend, Ingrid Casares, Ciccone describes her as a sycophant and a perpetual "yes-woman". He adds that Casares was content to sit at Madonna's feet. Adding, "It wouldn't have surprised me at all if [they] were having intimate relations."
Hey, at least Madonna has friends!
Oh, and as for Guy Ritchie, according to Ciccone, Ritchie is a total homophobe!
Must be hard when you're married to someone that gays just love.
Must be even harder when your own brother stabs you in the back!
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