I am no fan of Madonna, but...
But she's a STAR! Therefore, her likes and dislikes should be part of the modern school curriculum. THere's just no excuse for not knowing how she feels about hydrangeas.She may have given an interview of her likes and dislikes. For example, I am not even a fan but I do know that Naomi Campbell does not like to wear purple. In the unlikely event that I were to gift Naomi with an item of clothing, I would make sure it was not purple. While I don't find the expectation reasonable, I could see how Madonna would expect a self-identified fan to be familiar with her likes and dislikes.
Really? This surprises me. I've been a devoted fan of Harry Connick, Jr, since I was a teenager. I love his music and his movies. I don't know this kind of information about him.
Even if she did say she didn't like hydrangeas in an interview, are you saying that she's right to expect a fan to have read/seen every interview she's ever given? Because unless she says she loathes hydrangeas all the time, it's a bit unreasonable (and conceited) for her to think people know. I mean, heck, I'm in my 30s, and just this past Easter I found out that my mom hates lillies. I guess it hadn't come up before, but I was really surprised when my dad told me, and let me tell you, I'm a HUGE fan of my mom.
Her fake British accent still makes me snickerI have a habit of picking up other accents when I am surrounded by them en masse. It makes it easier to speak other languages with the proper enunciation, but it is a bear to avoid doing when I am in another English-speaking country. Frankly, if I were ever to move to another country, I don't think I would bother. However, as an American that lives in Ameerica, I want to sound like one when I am speaking English.
I pick up accents too. It's a little embarrassing. However, Madonna's was an affectation that she started putting on before she even moved overseas.