Madonna Height

No one knows you better than you know yourself. Do the thing you want. Don't wait for someone else.

The undisputed "Queen of Pop", Madonna Ciccone is regarded as one of the most influential figures in popular culture. She is known for her continual reinvention and versatility in music production, songwriting, and visual presentation and for pushing the boundaries of artistic expression in mainstream music.

About Madonna's mad real height

Madonna is known for many things but her height is not one of those.

She has claimed to be 5 feet 4 inches tall in the past, and after taking a careful look at her we are inclined to agree with her claim. We don't usually agree with celebrities' claims about their own height because most celebrities are incorrect about it.

Though now in her mid-sixties, Madonna could be expected to lose some height.

Indeed, she is starting to look worryingly close in height to 5 feet nothing (something) Ariana Grande. In any case, expect Madonna to look super short when she is standing next to someone like Gwendoline Christie -- who is nearly 6'4".

The height of Madonna is

5 ft 3 in (160 cm)

Height in her prime was

5 ft 4 in (162.5 cm)

Madonna standing with Elizabeth Debicki and Taylor Swift
Madonna standing with some seriously tall ladies: Elizabeth Debicki (6'2") and Taylor Swift (5'9½").

Here are some empowering Madonna quotes.

Madonna's advice for life in general.

Be strong, believe in freedom and in God, love yourself, understand your sexuality, have a sense of humor, masturbate, don't judge people by their religion, color, or sexual habits, love life and your family.

On her talent.

One thing I've learned is that I'm not the owner of my talent; I'm the manager of it.

What she believes in?

I stand for freedom of expression, doing what you believe in, and going after your dreams.

A typical poor man.

Poor is the man whose pleasures depend on the permission of another.

On believing her.

I don't care if you hate me or love me, as long as I make you think.

On ageism.

Not only do we suffer from racism and sexism, but we also suffer from ageism. And that is that once you reach a certain age, you're not allowed to be adventurous, you're not allowed to be sexual and I think that's rather hideous. [...] I mean, is there a rule? Are you just supposed to die when you're 40?

Being recognized for your work.

It doesn't matter who you are, it's what you do that takes you far.

Caring what others think of you.

If your joy is derived from what society thinks of you, you're always going to be disappointed.

Feeling like an outsider.

I always felt like I was a freak when I was growing up and that there was something wrong with me because I couldn't fit in anywhere.

Wanting something bad enough.

If you want something bad enough the whole world conspires to help you get it.

On expressing yourself.

Express yourself, don't repress yourself.

Knowing yourself.

Popularity comes and goes. You need to know who you are, what you stand for, and why you're here.

Being great and living to tell of it.

I want to be like Gandhi and Martin Luther King, and John Lennon... but I want to stay alive.

Living brightly.

Better to live one year as a tiger, than a hundred as sheep.

On marriage.

I think that everyone should get married at least once, so you can see what a silly, outdated institution it is.

On adopting a child.

I want to give a child a life who wouldn't be given a life. I want a child that nobody else wants.

Fake it till you make it.

I always acted like a star long before I was one.

Wanting to become a role model for people.

I like to think I'm a role model for women. But I also don't like to just limit it to women. I like to think I'm a role model for human beings in general.