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Friday 22 August 2014

Madonna: I get sick of my own music

Madonna has admitted even she has body hang-ups

Madonna has declared she gets tired of hearing her own music.

The queen of pop revealed at the opening of her Hard Candy Fitness gym in Toronto, Canada, that she doesn't work out to her own hits, and she's fed up of hearing them.

Madonna told Entertainment Tonight Canada: "I don't work out to my music - I hate my music! I mean, I'm sick of it.

"I love my music, but I'm just kind of sick of it. I like to hear other people's music when I work out."

The 55-year-old singer is famous for her honed physique, but confessed even she has body issues sometimes.

Madonna revealed: "I have a love/hate relationship with my body. Some days I'm happy with it and other days... I wasn't born with Gisele Bundchen's body unfortunately, so you got to work for it - but it's OK."

And the mother-of-four - who is dating 26-year-old dancer Timor Steffens - also admitted she isn't a fan of "big bulky" guys.

The Hung Up star said: "You need to work out. I'm not into big bulky muscles, but a little more definition would be good.

"I like a lean, mean, fighting machine!"

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