CougarLife Trying to Get Its Claws in Madonna
File this one under "there's not enough money in the world." CougarLife.com is trying to land itself one of the biggest celebrities on Earth for a unique partnership. The dating Web site has made an offer to Madonna, the reigning queen of cougar town, for a mere $300,000. Of course, we all know that's chump change for the 53-year-old star who probably rakes in that much with both eyes shut. But that's not stopping CougarLife.com from trying to strike a deal with the Material Girl. Her reputation for shacking up with much younger men precedes her. She's currently romancing 24-year-old Brahim Zaibat. But her current status has no bearing on CougarLife. The site, which hooks up old women with young men, wants to give Madge something to sing about. The peeps at CougarLife want the mega music star to record a song and video for their site. If the song hits the billboard chart, she gets a $200,000 bonus and if the video does 100 million hits, she receives $500,000. In the letter, they propose, "She [Madonna] would also agree to perform the CougarLife Song at no less than one major award show in the 2012 calendar year." Cougar Life president Claudia Opdenkelder maintains she can't think of a better fit than Madonna. She writes, "To us, Madonna is without a doubt the queen of Cougars, and therefore, we at CougarLife are extremely interested in exploring a unique partnership with you." We hate to dash their dreams of Madonna singing the CougarLife song at the Grammys, but there's a better chance of a comet hitting the Earth this week.