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I. What is Madonna IQ?

Madonna, the highest-grossing solo touring artist of all time, boasts Madonna IQ of 140 and has authored a children’s book.

The average score on an IQ test is 100. Most people fall within the 85 to 114 range. Any score over 140 is considered a high IQ. A score over 160 is considered a genius IQ.

What is Madonna IQ?

It's safe to say that Madonna is some kind of artistic genius who helped reshape pop culture throughout the '80s, '90s and into the new millennium. And Madonna IQ has been reported to land around 140. Still, when people ask "What's Madonna IQ?" that's not usually what they're referring to. They want to know how smart and successful she is.

II. Madonna IQ and her life

Madonna Louise Ciccone is a singer, songwriter, actor, and entrepreneur from the United States. Madonna is well-known for updating both her music and her image, as well as for preserving her independence within the recording business.

In six decades, the Queen of Pop has done more than most individuals do in a lifetime. As the highest-grossing solo touring artist of all time, the most rich female musician in America, and a supporter of several humanitarian organizations, she is the most affluent female musician in America.

Here are some of the characteristics that prove Madonna IQ and distinguish she as a one-of-a-kind lady who isn't scared to express herself 

  • According to Forbes, she is the richest female artist in the United States, surpassing Celine Dion, Barbra Streisand, Beyonce, and Taylor Swift. Her "Rebel Heart" tour garnered $170 million when it concluded in 2016. According to Forbes, Madonna is worth $580 million, while Celine Dion is worth $400 million. 

  • In 2017, Billboard named Madonna the "all-time highest-performing female artist" since the start of the Hot 100 chart in 1958, citing her "record (among all artists) of 38 top 10 singles, including 12 No. 1s." In addition, the diva has sold 64 million albums and singles in the United States, with 12 of her albums going multi-platinum.

  • Madonna was born. She selected the single stage name Madonna, which was also her mother's first name, Louise Veronica Ciccone. Madonna's mother died of breast cancer at the age of 30 when Madonna was only five years old. Madonna said to Billboard magazine in 2016 that she considers herself a tremendous control freak as a result of the death of her mother. "Obviously, if you're going to psychoanalyze me, you might say it has to do with my childhood: my mother dying and not being told, and a sense of grief, betrayal, and surprise," she explained.

  • She eats a macrobiotic diet that includes a lot of sea vegetables, such as seaweed, in her meals. According to her trainer Craig Smith, she works out for at least 30 minutes six days a week, according to Self magazine in 2016.

  • In 1992, she released her coffee-table book "Sex," which featured pornographic photos, some of which represented bondage, and it sold 150,000 copies in a single day, rocketing to the top of the New York Times Bestseller list. Many critics thought the novel had gone too far. "A lot of effort has gone into making this book provocative, and it will almost likely succeed on that front," says the author. Others still like it: the Huffington Post highlighted this year that "'Sex' is still the most radical career shift a music singer has ever undertaken."

  • Madonna's song "Justify My Love," which was banned from MTV in 1992, portrayed sadomasochism and bisexuality. Despite depicting graphic bedroom behaviors, ABC's "Nightline" showed the video in connection with a Madonna interview, and it topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart weeks later. Her video "Erotica" was only played three times before being banned by MTV for being too sexually charged, while her 2001 video "What It Feels Like for a Girl," directed by then-husband Guy Ritchie, was only permitted to play overnight due to its violent nature.

  • When she was 22, she started her first band, Breakfast Club, a new wave synthpop outfit. Only two years later, she signed her first record deal with Sire Records.

Madonna IQ and her life

She's been an AIDS activist since the 1980s, when several of her closest friends were afflicted with the disease, including artist Keith Haring and choreographer Christopher Flynn. She has donated to organizations such as the American Foundation for AIDS Research and Bid 2 Beat AIDS.

  • The title single from Madonna's second studio album, "Like a Virgin," drew tremendous media reactions and displayed her daring exploration of sexuality with a music video that featured her in Venice, Italy wearing a white bridal gown. According to Jim Farber, a music journalist for Entertainment Weekly, the song upped the "Madonna-whore" ante. Madonna's first No. 1 single came as a result of this song.

  • The Pope openly criticised her 1989 song "Like a Prayer" for depicting irreverent imagery of the church. That wasn't her only encounter with the Vatican: When Madonna mock-crucified herself at her "Confessions" tour performance in Rome in 2006, a Vatican official remarked, "This concert is a blasphemous test of faith and a profanation of the cross. She ought to be excommunicated. Crucifying oneself during a performance in the city of Popes and martyrs is an explicit act of enmity."

  • During her Blonde Ambition tour in 1990, she debuted her signature pink conical bra made by Jean-Paul Gauthier. Lady Gaga and Katy Perry also donned reinterpretations of the bra while performing lately. 

  • In 1988, town officials in Pacentro, Italy, Madonna's paternal grandparents' hometown, suggested erecting a 12-foot bronze monument of Madonna in a tiny square outside a damaged medieval castle. Residents finally voted against it due to her tainted image.

  • In 2003, she published her debut children's book, "The English Roses," which has now sold over a million copies and been translated into 30 languages. The story is about four girls who go to school in London and are envious of a girl named Binah who they believe has the perfect life. When they realize they're mistaken, they welcome Binah to join their group, and she becomes one of the English Roses. "Having children causes most people, including myself, to mature at least a little," Madonna stated at the time. "It also makes us more accountable and conscientious about our own behaviors and their effects for people around us," says the author.

  • In 2008, she directed her debut feature film, "Filth and Wisdom," about a Ukrainian immigrant cross-dresser. The film grossed only $354,628 at the box office.

  • She has been nominated for 28 Grammy Awards and has won seven of them. She won best long form music video for "Blond Ambition World Tour Live" in 1992; best pop album, best dance recording, and best short form music video for Ray of Light in 1999; best song written for a motion picture, television, or other visual media for "Beautiful Stranger" in 2000; and best electronic/dance album for "Confessions on a Dance Floor" in 2007.

Madonna Louise Ciccone is a singer, songwriter, actor, and entrepreneur from the United States

  • She has works by Fernand Leger, Tamara de Lempicka, Man Ray, Pablo Picasso, Diego Rivera, and Frida Kahlo worth more than $100 million.

  • Pepsi offered Madonna $5 million to make a commercial in 1989, but it never aired because the business deemed her song "Like a Prayer" too contentious. According to Consumers magazine, Pepsico Inc. spokesperson Tod MacKenzie stated, "When you have an ad that confuses or bothers people, it only makes sense that that ad goes gone."

  • In 2017, she established the Mercy James Institute of Pediatric Surgery and Intensive Care, a children's hospital wing in Malawi, earning the epithet "Daughter of the Nation" from Malawi's president, Peter Mutharika.

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