The best Madonna impersonator is exploding on the web right now, and to the internet's surprise, it isn't a drag queen. Comedian and writer Nadya Ginsburg is known for a nuanced string of characters (Cher, Britney Spears), being hailed most recently for her beloved web series, The Madonnalogues. After an 8 episode run, Ginsberg is back to crowd funding, which funded her first season in hopes to fund another. Sticking to DIY, Ginsberg takes the indie route via Kickstarter, allowing the fans to directly contribute to the creators of the original content they enjoy. While I've seen numerous jokes, write ups, and bad impressions of Madonna lately, Ginsberg offers something refreshing and funny, as well as convincing. This doesn't shock me, as she served as a comedy writer for the late Joan Rivers for a few years, as well as performed alongside Amy Poehler and Sarah Silverman in LA over the span of her career. If you wish to support Nadya, you can donate to the Kickstarter here.
You can also check out the first season of The Madonnalogues online below:
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