She might have been rocking the same Dolce & Gabbana frock as Whitney Houston, but a little thing like that sure doesn't seem to stop Madonna knowing how to party. At least not according to Stefano Gabbana, who has dished the deets on Madonna's exclusive after-show bash at Gold in Milan following the Italian leg of her Sticky & Sweet tour: ‘Madonna requested bunches of gardenia and strobe lights.. mojitos, limoncello and champagne.' On the decks were Paul Oakenfold and Madonna's current squeeze Jesus Luz, spinning the tunes for a particularly active Madge. ‘As always when we're with her it's fantastic, we chatted as if time had stood still, and then we headed on to the dance floor. She was pulled into a circle of her dancers; there was a thrilling moment of free style, it really was something amazing to watch.' And it turns out even though the designers are generally considered among Madonna's BFF's, they still suffer from attacks of the jitters when meeting the star. ‘While Domenico [Dolce] and I were waiting for Madonna to arrive we were really nervous,' explains Gabbana. ‘I'd taken a homeopathic remedy to relax: at the end of the day we're Madonna fans too.' Awww, bless! [Swide]
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