Madonna given LMFAO honour
Madonna has been made an honorary member of LMFAO and the 'Party Rock' duo say they can't wait to open her London Hyde Park gig in July.
Madonna has been made an honorary member of LMFAO.
The 'Party Rock' duo - made up of SkyBlu and RedFoo - will open for the iconic singer at her concert in London's Hyde Park in July and are thrilled because they're such huge fans of her.
SkyBlu told the Daily Star newspaper: "Madonna's the female LMFAO. It feels so great to be accepted by the pop world. We always wanted to be compared to people like Madonna. She entertained the world whether it was a movie, her live shows or her records. That is what LMFAO do. We aren't just one song, we are a lifestyle and we are about making people laugh."
The duo - who performed with 'Celebration' singer Madonna during her halftime show at this year's Super Bowl show - are still stunned at their success and say their lives are now like a movie.
RedFoo said: "To us this is all like a movie. We made the soundtrack to our lives. If you love the lifestyle, the humour and the way we dress, then you like our movie.
"It's a continual movie so when we're too busy to get involved with other projects we have to explain: 'We're like making 'Avatar' over here.'"