10 years of campaign (and new video to celebrate it)!!

10 years ago I started one of the longest projects that I’ve been involved with: my video campaign to meet Madonna! Being a fan since 1984, when I first saw her singing “Dress You Up” during the Virgin Tour, this campaign is a life achievement actually. I met so many people, had so much fun and my videos are also therapeutic for me when I am having a bad day: I just watch some of them and laugh thinking about the story behind each of them. Regardless of not (yet) properly meeting Madonna (not counting the number of times that she interacted with me during her concerts – talking or holding my hand), I still believe in one day meeting her to thank her for all the joy, hope and courage that she brought to my life (of course that there are so many other things that I would like to talk to her). And I’m going to apply for the Guiness Book of the Record for the following achievements:

  • Longest campaign to meet an idol (10 years)
  • Most videos made for a campaign to meet an artist: #53 up to now
  • Most number of countries in a video campaign to meet an artist (23): Argentina, Austria, Brazil, Bolivia, Croatia, Czech Republic, England, Finland, France, Greece, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Morocco, Panama, Peru, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, United States, Vatican City, Thailand, The Netherlands.

Celebrating this milestone, I’ve decided to make the video of one my favorite Madonna’s song: Beautiful Stranger. I still remember when I surprisingly listened to it in 1999, when actually I was waiting for the video/single from Skin, which was supposed to be the last single of Ray of Light. And I fell in love with it and I have been continuously listening to this song up to today. Originally, this video was supposed to have a mix of the demo and the original version, produced by William Orbit. But since Madonna announced her new collection “Finally Enough Love” featuring the Calderone Radio Mix, I’ve decided to re-edit the video with it (fun fact: while editing it, I realized that Madonna vocals on remix are 5% faster than the original one – so I had also to speed up my footage to have a perfect sync).

Finally, this video was recorded last January in Cumbuco Beach, in Brazil, with my specials guests: my fiancée Daniel Schepers and my sister, Fabiana Viana.

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Don’t Cry For Me Argentina in Buenos Aires

Before telling you a bit of the story behind this video, I’d like to explain my absence here. Since April 2020, I’ve been mentally recovering from several homophobic attacks that unfortunately I suffered in Amsterdam, where I live. The seriousity of the attacks were so intense that, without saving words, I’ve been almost murdered twice. The main reason of the attacks was for the simple fact that people got “offended” by the fact that I walk holding my fiance’s hand.

This is just unbelievable, especially in a city like Amsterdam (once named as the “gay capital of the world”) that I suffered 9 attacks from April 2020 until June 2021. This whole situation has been so surreal for me, that suddenly we saw ourselves on newspapers and everywhere on Internet – something that we were not proud of at all. I felt ashamed, humiliated.

I have always been joking that if someday I would like to be famous, it would be only in order to call Madonna’s attention and finally meet her – without paying for it: but because I fought for it, with my creativity, determination and uplifting videos – which is something that no one has ever made in the way I have been doing, for THE LAST TEN YEARS.

Next month, I will celebrate 10 years of iwillmeetmadonna campaign and I won’t give up. This campaign has became something really important for me, not just to meet her (well, hope is always there), but especially for being a way to express myself, to be myself, to be happy. And now, more than ever, to relieve pain.

So, this video is the beginning of the celebration of the 10th anniversary of my campaign. “Don’t Cry For Me Argentina” has been always a video that I wanted to shoot in Argentina. It really shows me enjoying the music on my own, on my way and being happy just on listening to Madonna. This is my 52th video !!!! Can you believe it? It was recorded last month in Buenos Aires, so it is really fresh. The funny thing is because in the scenes recorded at the Recoletta Cemetery, where Evita is buried, and also in the Floralis (the metal flower sculpture), I am wearing a “Never Give Up” t-shit, that has been my motto not only for this campaign, as well as for my whole life.

Also, it is a good timing for uploading it now because of the 25 years celebration of the single “Don’t Cry For Me Argentina”, with the digital single now out everywhere (listen/download: https://m.lnk.to/DCFMA ). I remember back in 1997, listening to this remix everywhere am I was dazzled on listening to Madonna singing in Spanish again 🙂

Well, that’s it for now and I hope that you guys enjoy the video. And for next month, I still have more surprises to celebrate the 10 years of my campaign. God bless you all!


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Ghosttown with Fans (and my marriage proposal video)

Despite those hard days, this video is a celebration of life and love! I believe it is one of the most beautiful ones I’ve made in my life. Honestly, not only for the amazing performance of the fans, but also because it has a special meaning for me: it is my marriage proposal!!!! Watch it until the end and you will find out how I did it 🙂 Soon, I will publish the reaction of my boyfriend, because when we watched it together, he thought that it was just another video from my campaign 🙂

It’s a celebration of life, in the middle of this global corona crisis. My idea was to show how us, Madonna fans, are dealing with this whole situation. You are going to watch 34 fans from 18 countries living their life and facing the crisis on their way. But all of them are united by our passion to Madonna, who inspires us with her art, especially in those days of quarantine, when we are staying at home.

This video is also a celebration of 8 years of campaign “I Will Meet Madonna.com”.  Besides, it is my 51st video and the first time that I make a whole new video of the same song. It took me more than 100 hours to edit it. My shoulders are really fucked up for standing hours in front of the computer. But it was worth it. Also, It was only possible to make it during the night and weekends, because luckily, I am quite busy working from home.

Last but not least, it is a celebration of my love to my beautiful boyfriend. Today we are celebrating 3 years together.  I LOVE YOU MORE EVERY DAY!

And again, THANKS to all fans who made this video possible:

And THANKS to Madonna, my hero!

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Madonna reposted my Ghosttown video!

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But the truth is MADONNA REPOSTED MY VIDEO ON HER INSTAGRAM STORIES AGAIN! I feel so happy – every time this happens is a recognition to the endless editing hours and also to my campaign. For me, to have the video reposted has also a special reason: it was my 50th video.

Speaking of 50th, in the past I mentioned that I would apply for the Guinness Book of the records. The thing is that I should pay to create a new category, since there is no “Fan who has made most videos with the intention to meet an idol (on this case, Madonna, of course). I will save money and do it soon.

Actually, I should have posted this earlier, since she reposted it on the 27th of March, but despite the quarantine, I’m quite busy working from home. Also, during my spare time, I was also quite busy editing the 2nd version of Ghosttown – now with 34 fans from 18 countries!!!

THANK YOU my queen!

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EXACTLY 8 YEARS AGO, I STARTED THIS CAMPAIGN WITH THIS VIDEO! At the beginning, I was just making videos, without any editing, on the most unusual and unexpected situations around the world to call the attention of Madonna. But video is something that I really love and my friends kept pushing me to use my editing skills and make more elaborated videos…

8 years later here I am with the RECORD OF 50 VIDEOS published since March 31st from 2012! I’m also applying for the Guinness Book of the Records for holding the record as the fan who has made most videos with the intention to meet an idol. And of course that Madonna deserves any single night that I haven’t slept editing videos, any single hour of the more than 5,000 hours of editing.

She deserves this and all the rest because she is my HERO and represents HOPE for me, especially during these times. And to celebrate, for the first time, I am making a video of a song that I have already made a video – and this one is Ghosttown with almost 40 FANS from almost 20 DIFFERENT COUNTRIES!

Stay tuned and STAY SAFE AT HOME!

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Ghosttown in Amsterdam

Amsterdam, 2020. This is our wake up call. We must be at home, and the countries, the city, for our safety, unfortunately should stay like a ghost town. I never thought that my 50th video on my campaign to meet Madonna would be made under this global crisis. This also makes me produce, for the first time, a second version video. I call you up, fans from all countries, to be part of my #fanversion of Ghosttown. Please reach me out on DM.

In addition to my new video, since the beginning of the year, I am a Lecturer in Digital Marketing at The Hague University of Applied Sciences Right now, all of us are facing the challenges with the corona crisis. However, us teachers are doing our best to provide the best online education during these days of quarantine. We are improvising recording studios at the kitchen, living room and bedrooms at home and taking care of our beloved ones. See the video below I made for my students. Please, also do your part. Please, stay at home. Stay safe!

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Madonna, you’re the one WE Crave!

Madonna, you’re the one we crave. At this time, I managed to put together 26 fans (including myself) from 14 different countries on my 49th video! For those who remember, I had a similar experience back to 2012, coincidentally with with Madonna fans from also 14 different countries, on my Miles Away video.

This video is a continuation of my I Rise video. After performing for the first time as a drag queen, which took me more than 9 hours of recording, including a live performance on a gay club, I felt relieved and emotional. So I asked my boyfriend and my brother in law to capture all of that raw emotion. I really cried and it was because I felt exhausted, but most of all relieved and with the feeling of mission accomplished. It was also really intense, because of me coming from the most homophobic country in the world, Brazil, and feeling good for have had this experience as drag. It was like healing a childhood trauma (of my mother freaking out that someday I could dress up like a woman) and also feeling completely confident with myself.

Actually, I never had the desire to be a drag. I do respect and LOVE the drag community but it is just not my thing. I like to be a drag watcher, and not a performer. And because of this and being out of my comfort zone, the accomplishments feeling was even better. I’ve never felt so proud of myself. And the nice thing is that my boyfriend was supporting me since the very beginning, either being with me on stage, on the video or helping as cameraman. I love you Daniel, every day more and more!

I  also loved the final result, but I must confess that I almost gave up making this video. It was really hard to edit. The first problem was about the footage I got: lots of material in low resolution and also framed in the vertical. But I didn’t give up and was insisting with my fellow Iconers to have everything in the right way.

However, this was nothing compared to the nightmare I had one month ago, when my computer completely crashed. I panicked because I hadn’t made a backup. After days trying to repair it, I managed to recover the original files and at least part of the video project. I felt really like dealing with one of those thousand pieces puzzles. I t was so hard to assemble it, that I had some nights without to sleep and even thought about to make something simple or even give up. But it came exactly like I thought: a celebration of union, pride, love and friendship. I was also a proof that fans can support each other.

When the video cuts to Dark Ballet, it is really on purpose, because the majority of the fans on this video (if not all) are part of the LGBTQ+ community and we’ve been dealing with prejudice everyday. We are here as fairies, not as witches. We believe in our dreams and we crave Madonna, definitely.

I’d also like to thank all of you who made this video possible:



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Madonna reposted a video of mine again!!!

Time goes by for those who wait 🙂

Yesterday Madonna reposted on her Instagram stories a video of mine for the second time! When I saw on Thursday that she was rehearsing Rescue Me for the Madame X tour, I couldn’t believe that we are going to finally watch the performance of this song live! So I decided to celebrate it posting a piece of my Rescue Me video on Instagram, and for my surprise, I got a message that the queen herself had shared it.

I’ve gotten TONS of messages on Facebook and Instagram, and all of them really positive. People showed happiness and empathy with my dream 😉 And the nice thing about Madonna posting this video was also a sort of recognition on how difficult was to make it real.

The nice thing of my campaign is that I dream a lot and I manage to make those dreams into reality. All of my videos come exactly how I imagined. And sometimes my ideas are a bit difficult to make it real, like in this video.

When I thought about Rescue Me, I literally thought about someone rescuing me from a skyscraper 🙂 So, I was in Brazil and talked to my ex brother in law who is a firemen colonel. I asked him if there was some way that a fire brigade could rescue me from a skyscraper. At first, he laughed without to believe in what I was asking, but afterwards he saw how committed I am and decided to help me. He told me that the ex boyfriend of my young sister was running a security/rescue company and that he could put me in contact with him. This was sort of funny because I used to be really jealous about my sisters boyfriends and there was I, swallowing my pride and asking help to one of them. He accepted to help me :)

The next challenge would be to find a skyscraper who could accept this adventure. Five buildings denied my request, mostly arguing that it could be either dangerous or motivating people to commit suicide (hello????). But I didn’t give up and went to a famous business tower of my hometown, Fortaleza city in Brazil. Note: I told them that I was a Marketing consultant and was making an experiment about security equipments to rescue people from skyscrapers. If I would tell that it would be a video from my campaign to meet Madonna, I am sure that they wouldn’t tale me seriously. After 2 formal requests, with the help of my ex brothers in law, I got an YES! But with the condition that it would be on a Sunday morning when people wouldn’t be there working.

Guys I was literally scared, sweating and shaking as you can see on my video. I had to be really focused because:

– First, I should learn how to descend the skyscraper with the security equipment (you can see that I failed sometimes during the video, even hanging upside and down).
– I should control the rope while I was descending and be able to sing at the same time
– I should keep myself calm, remember Rescue Me lyrics and be sure that my headphones wouldn’t fall
– And finally: don’t look down!

The good thing is that I am not scared of heights, but it was breathtaking.

In the end, I managed to record my video and the QUEEN herself posted yesterday. But she has been rescuing me since 1985.


PS: I am still editing my version for Crave, at this time with more than 20 Madame X fans on the video as well. I hope to publish it soon!


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I Rise like a Rainbow High

What it feels like for a girl? I Rise like a Rainbow High!

I don’t know how to start writing here. This video was definitely the biggest challenge on this journey to meet Madonna so far. I just remember having my legs shaking before to go on stage. After my performance, I cried a lot. I thought about my homeland, Brazil, that the thing that my mom was most scared of was me being gay and dressing like a woman. Actually this is the first thought that crosses the thought of most of the parents when “they fear” that their son is gay: “OMG, my son is going to dress like a woman”.

I must tell you that I didn’t feel anything different, dressed like Madame X. During the last years, I’ve been working a lot on myself. And I must tell you that I am cured. I am healed of any kind of reminiscent prejudice that I had from my past. Actually, the worst thing of being a drag queen was walking on high heels. My feet were bleeding later. It took almost 3 hours for having my make up done. The drag team of Haus of ThomTom, in Nijmegen, here in The Netherlands, was amazing. What those guys do is art: lots of time with rehearsals, preparing clothes, make up and also dealing with prejudice.

We got lots of positive reactions, while recording on the streets of Nijmegen. But we also got quite bad reactions and I must tell you that our team was also a bit sadly surprised: some people passed by and spit on our direction, threw beer cans out of car windows onwards our direction, verbal harassments…but we were there. We were rising, despite any kind of intolerance that we could face. And the funny fact it’s that the Netherlands is one of, if not, the most gay friendly countries in the world.

I first thought about this video like one year ago. Last December, during a dinner with my friend Willem (the drag Miss Meggie), I shared with him that I would love to make a video dressed like a drag, but I didn’t know if I would have the confidence and courage. So, back to Madame X times, we’ve all heard that apparently Madonna has recorded a video with a team of Drag Queens. My inspiration came back and I couldn’t find a better opportunity to bring the message of “I Rise”. In the end of the month, I’m going to be 39 years old and I can proudly share that I healed most of my gay traumas before my 40th year of life.

And the best of all of this, it’s that nothing in this video would be reality without the support of my angel, my prince, my love, my boyfriend Daniel. I also got dazzled how people could help me on this video FOR FREE. I’m out of budget and I don’t even know how I am going to manage to buy Madame X tour tickets, but my friends were so wiling to help me, they got so infected by my enthusiasm, that I could only cry after seeing the final result of this drag masterpiece.

Finally, I’d like to share the credits of my team of almost 20 people HELPING ME on my dream to meet Madonna, spreading her message of equality, tolerance and love. THANK YOU A LOT!

Xtra special thanks to Haus of ThomTom  @hausofthomtom

Drag Queens:

Madame X: Fábio Viana 
Miss Meggie: William 
Tom Tompuss: Tom van Zitteren 
Lexie-Lolli Pop: Sander Konings 
Titt McPfeiffer: Kevin van Zundert 
Drag King: 
Justin Alfa: Lizanne Silvertant 

Drag X:
Mx Flo: Floris van de Bulck

Visual Effects: Lugão Naretto

Brandon Schepers
Daniel Schepers
Emily Salvia
Leon Wesdijk

Daniel Schepers

Tom van Zitteren
Sander Konings
Pascal Boerboom

Miss Meggie (“Rainbow High” coat and headscarf)
Fabrícia Viana (socks)
Fabiana Viana (bra)
Daniel Schepers (Madame X short paints)
Fábio Viana (all the rest)

Tom van Zitteren

Gérard Platenburg
Leon Wesdijk
Pieter Tigelaar

Fábio Viana
Phil Gaster

Choreography: Fábio Viana

DJ ThomTom: Gérard Platenburg

Creative Producer: Fábio Viana

Editing: Fábio Viana

Fábio Viana
Lugão Naretto

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OMG! Madonna shared on her Instagram/Facebook stories my “Medellín” video on May 1st 2019. This is a HUGE accomplishment on my campaign and the first step to make my dream come true!

I should write about this because I’m still without believe it. For some of you, maybe this is not important, because you might have taken a picture with her, met her on stage or are even friends with her – but for me this IS SO IMPORTANT. This is the first time that Madonna reposts a video of mine. It has been 7 years and one month of campaign, with 47 videos and every time I make a video is a way to escape my reality. I would better say: a way to relieve our reality. This is what is to be fan is about. Now I am going to share a bit of my story with Madonna:

Since 1985, she has been inspiring me when I was only a 5 years old child watching that stunning girl singing Dress You Up. Back then, I was living in Brazil, and Madonna, Cindy Lauper and Nina Hagen were THE 3 superstars. But Madonna had always caught my attention. She was the one with real attitude, with a message. I remember growing up in a homophobic society and watching Madonna with short hair on Papa Don’t Preach video. And for me, as a 6 years old child who was already aware that was gay, it was a relief, a signal that girls don’t need to have long hair and guys can also have long hair (vide La Isla Bonita). That simple short hair of Madonna showed me that I could be myself. She has no idea of how that short hair was important for me.

Years later, when I was 9, I was almost exploding the speakers of my sister’s “micro-system” listening to Like a Prayer and when I first saw the video: WOW! That confused child who thought that being gay was something forbidden, a sin, could see that this whole thing of sin has to do with people’s heart. Sin for me is violence and hate. She was my hero! She could kiss a black guy without prejudice. She could burn crosses, but not to burn other people faith, but to give them HOPE, as she did with me.

One year later, she came with Vogue, and even if I still don’t know how to dance, I saw myself locked in my room trying to repeat her movements and I felt FREE. I so remember watching “Truth or Dare” secretly, without my mom noticing it, and looking at the dancers kissing each other like this was supposed to be a normal thing, and it was! I was 11 years old and even if I was still a child with no sexuality developed, was still important for me to see that there is nothing wrong with kissing a guy. Again, that there was not something forbidden! Some months later, I saw it again, on Justify my Love. She was my MADAME X teacher, teaching me that I should follow my heart! I remember that at the age of 13 I managed to see some pages of “sex” and instead of getting confused, I was learning how to open my eyes.

In 1993, she came to Brazil, I was only 13 years old and it was her first time there. I just remember of how frustrated I was: first, because I used to live in a city (Fortaleza) at least 3 hours, by airplane, far away from Rio or São Paulo. Second, because I was too young and even if I would be allowed to go to her concert, I wouldn’t have the money to do so (I come from a family of 5 siblings and my family’s priority was to pay our studies). Still, I was watching every little thing on Brazilian TV about her and was recording it on the videocassette recorder borrowed from my uncle.

When she released Secret on the year later, it was my jam. And with Take a Bow, I dreamed about having a love as the one I have now 🙂 I remember discussing with my uncle which CD case was the most beautiful one: Bedtimes Stories or Something to Remember. They were both unique and stylish back then, with cyan and white colours. My favourite one was Bedtimes Stories 🙂 I remember that I got as Christmas gift 3 Bedtimes Stories CDs and every Christmas I was getting the same Madonna CD more than once 🙂

When Madonna released the soundtrack of Evita, I was learning English with the lyrics of “Don’t Cry for me Argentina” and “You Must Love Me”. I remember once a teacher stopped the programming lesson (I was also studying computer science back then) because I was singing “Don’t Cry for me Argentina” while trying to solve an algorithm. I thought that I was singing for myself – but then I realised that I was singing for the whole classroom.

There is also another episode at school that I’d like to share. Back when she released Ray of Light, on March 3rd 1998, I hadn’t managed to assemble the money to buy it. I was a 18 years old student with no budget at all. All of my classmates knew how in love I was with Madonna. So I remember asking for each of them (almost asking alms) 1 Real (the Brazilian currency). So, the CD costed 17,50 Reais and I managed to collect this money from 18 classmates 🙂 I was so not shy to do that and when I went to the shop, the saleswoman, who was already my friend due to endless Madonna conversations, gave me a huge smile and the teaser poster from Ray of Light! I remember having goosebumps when I heard the first notes of Drowned World! And so fell in love with The Power of Goodbye. Skin, Sky fits heaven, Nothing really matters were also stuck on my head.

I also remember when a Brazilian journalist interviewed her back then and Madonna was fucking impatient with this woman pretending to be the smart one. I was recording it on the VCR from my uncle again, and so her performance at the Grammys in 1999. When Beautiful stranger was released, it became one of my favourite Madonna’s songs – if not my favourite, together with The Power of Goodbye, Dress you Up, You’ll see and so many others.. I remember forcing my sister to include Beautiful Stranger on her set list (she is a singer as well) and the audience was just sort of feeling it strange (she was singing in a restaurant for old people who were expecting grandpa Brazilian classic music).

2000. At the time, I was already at the university studying journalism. I remember that in every semester I had my notebook personalised with Madonna pictures. Once, 2 guys saw me walking with the notebook (the real notebook to take notes) and called me from all the possible bad names for gay, such as faggot or something worse. They asked me if I was not ashamed to have Madonna on the cover of my notebook. I replied that I was ashamed of them, communications students, with prejudice. Every little semester after this episode, I had my notebooks covered with Madonna. And at the end of my course, in 2003, I made my thesis about Madonna, and I graduated with honours for my bachelor degree, analysing Post Modernity through her videoclips, as a case study. The thesis’ title was: “Saint, pornographic or violent? the analysis of Madonna identities through videoclip”. The audience was huge for my presentation. And there I was showing fragments of Like a Prayer, Erotica and What if Feels like for a girl. Back then, I also wrote a review about American Life for the main newspaper from my city 🙂 I remember saying that it was one of the best Madonna albums – and I still think like this.

In 2001, Madonna went on tour. Unfortunately she didn’t come to Brazil and I was following everything on Internet. I even made a Brazilian friend who is also an Iconer: Alessio, who lives in LA, and he was reporting every concert he attended to me. I felt frustrated because I had no money and was living far away, but I knew that my time would come some day. On the year after, it was the first time I kissed a guy and guess which song I was listening to? Die another day!

In 2004, again I felt frustrated because I couldn’t attend the Reinvention Tour. I had no budget at all and again Madonna didn’t come to Brazil. For the Confessions Tour was initially announced that she would come to Rio, and back then I was living there. I was dazzled with the opportunity to see her finally live. But she cancelled it.

Now some drama begins. Back to 2008, I was already living in Europe, in Rome. I remember that I had bought a Golden Circle ticket to the Sticky and Sweet tour in Berlin, because I was afraid that Rome would be too crowded and I’d like to experiment Madonna for the first time in a more quiet atmosphere. Unfortunately, I got seriously sick and went to the hospital. I’ve been there for 10 days and I missed the concert. It was one of the saddest moments of my life. I moved back to Brazil still sick and Madonna finally confirmed presentations in Rio and São Paulo. But I was still sick and my doctors forbid me to attend the concert 😦 I don’t need to tell you how miserable I felt.

I felt so frustrated that I promised to myself (while crying and listening to Miles Away in December of 2008) that when I would be healthy again, I would do something remarkable and that she would notice me. That’s how I started the “I will meet Madonna” campaign. Initially, I thought it as my PHD project, since I was without a job here in Amsterdam and I should keep myself busy. But later on, I managed to get a job and come back to my promise to continue with this project as a personal one. I decided to follow my dream, to maybe one day meet her and say face to face that she has always been my life hero.

So the rest of the campaign you guys know… UFF! This has been a long testimonial and I still didn’t manage to share everything I would like to. But my message is that everything I’ve been doing so far regarding Madonna (and also in other fields of my life) is with LOVE. And I am so happy to have found my love. My boyfriend, who is in this video that Madonna shared, saw how sad I was for some things that I’ve been facing lately and he wanted to put a smile on my face. He was the one who actually suggested me to make the video and he was living the lyrics of Medellín while dancing with me.

PS: he doesn’t know how to dance, neither I, but we were just loving each other.

I really thank all of the fans I met here and I won’t give up! Thank you to all Iconers who have been supporting me, instead of wishing the worst for me. Love generates love. And I believe in love. And I believe I WILL MEET MADONNA.

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