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"Lenny was starting to change the landscape, too," she added.I can deal with this.’ It was just us living in our time and doing our jobs and being the people we were.It wasn’t brave, it was just doing the right thing.Following a moving speech by the Material Girl at Billboard’s Women in Music awards – where she accepted The Woman of the Year award – on Monday, Gaga, 30, wrote on Twitter: “Madonna, your speech at the Billboard Music Awards was inspiring."You’re so brave and strong.
Thanks for being that for us girls – we need that.”Madge, who spoke of sexism and misogyny in the industry, also spoke about when she was raped in 1979.
The supermodel joined regular host Shaun Keaveny as his co-presenter in an hour-long stint for his BBC Radio 6 Music Breakfast Show on Wednesday, which will be aired in it s entirety on the station at 9am on December 23.