Thursday, April 15, 2010

Madonna’s Daughter Lourdes To Enroll In Performing Arts High School

LOS ANGELES, Calif. --
Madonna’s daughter Lourdes appears to be on her way to following in her mother’s footsteps.
Lourdes may be enrolling in a performing arts school – LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts — next fall, the New York Daily News reported.
Madonna’s rep could not confirm the news, but noted the mother and daughter are New York residents.
“They live here now,” Madonna’s longtime rep, Liz Rosenberg, told the newspaper. “Madonna didn’t tell me, and I know she’s not going to tell.”
Madonna previously told Us Weekly that Lourdes had been admitted to a “performing-arts high school,” where she would major in drama. She did not specify which school.
LaGuardia is known as the “Fame” school as the 1980’s film was based on life at the education facility.
It’s not hard to see where Lourdes got the acting bug. In addition to being a superstar singer, Madonna has appeared in a host of feature films throughout her career including “Desperately Seeking Susan,” “A League of Their Own,” “Evita” and “The Next Best Thing.” She also made a cameo in NBC’s “Will & Grace.”
Lourdes’ father, Carlos Leon, also has appeared in a host of television shows including a 10 episode arc on HBO’s “Oz.” He also appeared in several “CSI” franchises including “NY” and “Miami,” and three “Law & Order” franchises including “Special Victims Unit” opposite Christopher Meloni and Mariska Hargitay.
Lourdes’ former stepfather, Guy Ritchie, is also a film director.

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