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Everybody LOVES Madame!

ExhibitionThat sassy, outspoken but loveable “old broad” is making a HUGE COMEBACK and she is calling on all of her old friends, past co-stars, co-hosts, co-workers and especially her “frenimies” to help spread the word on the CROWDFUNDING Campaign that will help bring back one of the most celebrated and beloved celebrities of all times. The Campaign OFFICALLY launches 1 September 2014, but we are reaching out now to fans and friends to gear up and help make this VIRAL via TWITTER, FACEBOOK, VINE & INSTAGRAM on 1 September. Madame is also in the process of booking LIMITED radio and TV (traditional and new media) chat shows along with her manager Marlena Shell (formerly Wayland Flowers manager and owner of the rights to Madame).  When tweeting, etc we’d love the usage of #EverybodyLovesMadame
A bit about Madame (in case you didn’t know) Madame was created by the legendary Wayland Flowers in the mid-1960s. Flowers’s first big break was an appearance on the The Andy Williams Show. The character of Madame is an “outrageous old broad” who entertains with double entendres and witty comebacks. Bedecked in fabulous evening wear and “summer diamonds” (“Some are diamonds; some are not”), Madame’s look is based on movie stars such as Gloria Swanson. Madame is rumoured to be based on a Washington, DC gay icon, waitress and restaurant hostess Margo MacGregor.

Madame’s many TV appearances included Laugh-In; a long run on the game show Hollywood Squares (replacing Paul Lynde in The Centre Square); a recurring comedy skit on Solid Gold; a regular on ABC’s short-lived summer replacement show called Keep on Truckin’, various TV guest spots; and as the star of her own syndicated 1982 sitcom, Madame’s Place, which in itself was the precursor to every reality TV show out there!

Flowers and Madame were in the centre square on the final NBC episode of Hollywood Squares in June 1980; host Peter Marshall asked Madame the final game question of the daytime series, which was: “Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert and Strauss lived in the same place. Where did they all live?” Madame’s “comic” answer: “At the YMCA!” Then her “serious” answer: Germany. (The correct answer: Austria.) More detailed info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wayland_Flowers

Bookings will fill up fast, Madame has and always will be a HOT COMMODITY to have on! For more information on Madame, Marlena Shell, Wayland Flowers, the CROWDFUNDER Campaign and OPEN DATES please send request to AL GEINER PR 614.288.1660 OR via email amgcpv@gmail.com

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