POP superstar Madonna had Canadian fans getting into the groove last night (Wedesday) as she kicked off her world Rebel Heart Tour in Montreal.

The 57-year-old belied her years as she charged through the 22-track setlist with her usual brand of slick choreography and energetic dance moves. She even braved a cape complete with train in a nod to her now infamous Brit Awards performance which saw her dragged off the stage by two dancers earlier this year. The show was not without controversy with the singer dressing as a scantily-clad nun gyrating on a pole to perform Holy Water.
She also delivered a splattering of old hits including True Blue, La Isla Bonita and Vogue to the delight of the 20,000-plus audience. Fans had started queuing from early afternoon to see Madonna take to the stage for her 10th world tour which hits the UK in December. Many arrived kitted out in Madonna incantations from years past with Montreal’s Bell Centre filled with wedding dresses, conical bustiers and cowboy outfits.

Fans did not contain their excitement with many claiming Madonna had delivered her best performance in years.
The star herself seemed pleased with the show tweeting afterwards “Montreal you had me down on my knee’s! [sic] Thank you a memorable night!  #rebelhearttour”.
Madonna arrived on stage descending from the ceiling in a cage made out of spears to perform ‘Iconic to backdrop featuring video clips of boxer Mike Tyson.
Donning a Japanese-style geisha outfit she went on to sing B**** I’m Madonna, Burning Up and Holy Water.
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