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Madonna To Stay On As the Face of Louis Vuitton for Another Season

04/28/2009 at 02:20 PM ET

Courtesy Steven Meisel for Louis Vuitton

The Material Girl isn’t giving up her role as the face of Louis Vuitton yet. Following the success of her spring/summer ads for the luxury goods giant, Madonna will continue on as the face of the luxury house’s Fall/Winter 2009 collection. Madonna and Marc Jacobs will collaborate for the second time with famed photographer Steven Meisel to shoot the new ad images in New York City. The first images of the campaign are slated to appear in August issues of fashion magazines. We can’t wait to see what Madonna and Marc have in store for us this time around. Tell us: Are you excited to see Madonna’s new Louis Vuitton ads?

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I couldn’t give a hoot about Madonna and her ads. She has had so much plastic surgery, she is rapidly approaching Joan Rivers who is in the late 70’s. And for heaven sake keep you legs closed and stop showing us your crotch. Who really gives a damn about seeing her with her legs spread unless they have a 2×4 tied across their back so we don’t have a spelunking accident.

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