Material girl loses her (public) voice

NEW YORK: One of the closest pairings in PR history is coming to an

end: Liz Rosenberg had decided that she will no longer be the

spokeswoman for singer Madonna.

The two have been together since the beginning of Madonna's career.

Rosenberg has tackled all manner of thorny issues, from Madonna's

divorce from Sean Penn to the release of the book Sex.

It is said that the World Trade Center disaster was the catalyst for

Rosenberg's decision, making her realize that she wanted to do something

more meaningful. Rosenberg, who works at Warner Records, was quoted by

columnist Liz Smith as saying, "I decided I wasn't in a position to

sustain the emotional commitment necessary to stand between Madonna and

the media."

Rosenberg will continue to work at Warner Records with emerging


Jordana Steiner, a spokesperson for Madonna's agent, Caresse Henry in

Los Angeles, said, "We have not found a replacement. Liz is still


Barbara Scharon is the spokeswoman for Madonna in London.

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