I kinda get it all and agree but at same time I feel like the clichés are some sort of "meta moment" while talking about the plastic hollywood life. Especially juxtaposed with deeper sayings as "I've had a million visions bad and good". I think Madge is such a underrated lyricist sometimes. There are some clunkers, but when she gets it... it's just so right.
This is exactly how I feel about the Hollywood lyrics.
Madonna leaving Britney’s wedding, apparently:

Keep The Trance randomly popped up on my phone yesterday. I don’t know this track very well and it sounded very much like an early demo of Get Together but mad-eyes doesn’t make any reference to that other than it was a Confessions sessions (lol) era track from 2004 and became Hey You.

Has it ever been stated that it was what became Get Together? Some of the lyrics are too similar (We know she loves to recycle lyrics though!).
I don't think Keep the Trance has any relation to Get Together, there's an early demo of Get Together floating around that was done with a Swedish team before Stuart Price got his hands on it while Keep the Trance was produced by Mirwais.
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God, whoever is running her insta and reposting fan nonsense…jail! Vogue and everything related was fab, but to pretend Miss Jody Watley hadn’t already vogued with the girlies a few years before…rude.

"Vogue" is a masterpiece, but Jody's video for "Friends" also screams gay rights and is truly iconic. I've posted it a few times on this forum: it's truly groundbreaking for 1989 with its incorporation of vogueing, drag and hardcore hip hop.