Paging, Dr. Freud! Dr. Freud, get your ass over here!
Once upon a time, America's most beloved prince, John F. Kennedy Jr. had a fling with her Madgesty, Madonna. Things didn't last long romantically, but the pair managed to stay in touch years later. But according to a new memoir by RoseMarie Terenzio, former friend and publicist of the late John F. Kennedy Jr., things got a little, shall we say, freaky between the pair years later.
In her memoir, RoseMarie recalls that JFK Jr. wanted Madonna to pose as his mother, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, on the cover of the summer of 1996's Women in Politics issue of George Magazine, of which he was the publisher. He thought that having his past lover pose as his mother would be a "riot", proposing that they "have her in a pillbox hat, sitting on a stack of books."
Because that is not awkward at all! LOL!
Anyway, in the end, Madonna turned the offer down, but not because the shoot would be nothing short of controversial. In a note she supposedly wrote back to John, she explained:
"Dear Johnny Boy. Thanks for asking me to be your mother but I could never do her justice. My eyebrows aren't thick enough, for one. When you want me to portray Eva Braun or Pamela Harriman, I might say yes! Hope you're well. Love, Madonna"
OMG! How brilliant! Can someone pleeeease have her pose as Eva Braun! That would be incredible!
Or, you know, she can pose as Jackie O. now, since her son isn't asking her to do!
[Image via WENN.]
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