Giving a fans a look at her Beverly Hills home (!!), the Blank Space songstress revealed just which star's closet she'd raid, her fear of going to Coachella, and the best gift she's ever received (ahem, Calvin Harris).
Oh wait, there's more! Catch the entire episode (below):
As we reported on Friday, Strike A Pose will soon be premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival, and from what we can see so far, the documentary chronicling Madonna's backup dancers from her 1990 Blond Ambition world tour looks INCREDIBLE!!!
On Monday, the official trailer for the moving, nostalgic, and highly emotional documentary was released, and it undoubtedly touches everyone who was a fan of Madge during her golden years, through Vogue, and up until today!
The documentary — which chronicles the lives of Salim 'Slam' Gauwloos, Carlton Wilborn, Gabriel Trupin, and the four other dancers who took the stage with the superstar every night back in 1990 — looks to be a moving, emotional piece centered on LGBT issues, HIV/AIDS awareness, and much, much more.
Ch-ch-check out the official trailer (above) — we absolutely cannot wait to see this flick in theaters! A true hit!!!
These two were exchanging sweet smooches on a bed, in the streets, and even on a scooter for crying out loud! They were SO touchy-feely that poor Mario Testino, who shot their romantic spread, was starting to feel lonely!
Ch-ch-check out all the prominent PDA — and Gigi's nervousness over that headstand — in the AW-dorable vid (below)!
Salim Gauwloos — better known as Slam — was one of the dancers on Madonna's Blond Ambition world tour back in 1991, and he even infamously danced in her iconic video for Vogue and starred in her Truth Or Dare documentary that year.
But he saved the juiciest part of the story for 2016!
The dancer, now 25 years removed from his iconic work with the Queen of Pop, is taking part in a brand new documentary called Strike A Pose that is premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival, and in it, he's ready to discuss his time with Madonna, his experiences as a backup dancer, and — surprisingly — how he went through that entire tour while HIV positive!
As we would later learn, Slam was one of three dancers on Madonna's tour — the other two being Carlton Wilborn and Gabriel Trupin — who was living with HIV during the 1991 tour and documentary shoot.
And now, Slam is opening up about that experience for the very first time!
While promoting the documentary, Slam told POZ about his HIV diagnosis, which he says he contracted four years before dancing with Madge:
As we reported earlier, the starlet's May issue was unveiled on Thursday, and it's guaranteed to have jaws dropping!
Debuting a sexier, vixen-like look, the 26-year-old slayed the spread! And not only that, but she also really opened up for the accompanying interview, talking her "magic relationship" with Calvin Harris.