Remember that shocking Madge on Britney action at the ‘03 VMAs? Well, check out that plus nine other shocking moments from VMA history.
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Today in Billboard History
Dec. 15, 1984
On this date 28 years ago, Madonna notched the second of her record 43 No. 1s on Dance/Club Play Songs with “Like a Virgin.”
Sept. 26, 2009
Madonna scores her 40th No. 1 on the Dance Club Songs chart, as “Celebration” reaches the top. Madge has since upped her record sum to 43, most recently with “Turn Up the Radio” earlier this month.
Darren Criss Q&A: On Madonna, Memes and the “Glee” Break-Up Song
August 16, 1958/1977
The date that gave us – and took away – musical greatness. On Aug. 16, 1958, Madonna was born. (Happy 54th, Madge!) Nineteen years later, we lost the King, Elvis Presley, who was only 42.
August 8, 1992
Olympic memories from 20 years ago today: Madonna's “This Used to Be My Playground,” from the Olympics-themed 1992 album “Barcelona Gold,” finished first on the Billboard Hot 100.