SINGAPORE – Madonna fan Diane Chan paid $388 for her ticket to the singer’s first concert in Singapore on Sunday (Feb 28) at the National Stadium. But she could not make out what the star was saying most of the time and could barely see her, either. “From where I sat, the sound was horrible,”…Details
Pam Oei, a prominent Singaporean actress attended Madonna’s concert last night, and she wasn’t quite impressed with the Rebel. “This was the best part of the Madonna concert tonight. Being with my friends Sean Tobz, Neo Swee Lin, Lim Kay Siu and Dal Vinder. Because Madonna had her ass owned by the MDA(Media Development Authority of Singapore)…Details
Madonna at the National Stadium. TNP PHOTO: PHYLLICIA WANG POP QUEEN MADONNA LEAVES OUT RELIGIOUS CONTROVERSY AT FIRST CONCERT HERE, BUT KEEPS RISQUE FACTOR To borrow the title of Madonna’s own song, “causing a commotion” was clearly what the US pop queen set out to do during her first-ever concert in Singapore yesterday at the…Details
Madonna played her first ever concert in Singapore last night to a 25,000-strong audience, but obliged the city-state’s censors by leaving two songs out of her two-hour set. The Media Development Authority had earlier stated that “religiously sensitive content” breached local guidelines and could not be performed. Accordingly, the songs ‘Holy Water’ and ‘Devil Pray’…Details
SINGAPORE — The controversy in recent days over Madonna’s first concert here — sparked by the Catholic Church’s advice to congregants to skip the show — did not carry over into her performance at the National Stadium last night, as she kept to her word to observe cultural sensitivities. The pop diva’s 90-minute gig, which…Details
SINGAPORE: She might be on her Rebel Heart Tour, but when it came to meeting the Media Development Authority (MDA) guidelines the Queen of Pop was a little less than rebellious. For the Singapore leg of her tour on Sunday (May 28), Madonna performed a modified opening segment of her tour, cutting out the songs…Details
In her first show in Singapore, Queen of Pop finally showed us what we’ve been missing out on. Sunday’s (Feb 28) concert at the National Stadium was Madonna’s first ever show in Singapore in her phenomenal three-decade career. And boy, did she show us what we had been missing out on. The American Queen of…Details
Madonna opened the show in Singapore with Bitch I’m Madonna instead of Iconic, Holy Water and Devil Pray were removed from the setlist as well. Madonna had to follow rules this time.
She performed Crazy For You and also the medley was back again. Hopefully some videos soon.
Hours before Madonna’s first concert in Singapore, some ticketholders have been getting text notifications from Sports Hub Tix informing them that their tickets have been upgraded. The text message to ticket-holders says that their seats have been selected for an upgrade “due to technical setup”. The message adds that their new tickets will be available…Details
As the S$14 million (RM42 million) show rolls into Singapore for the very first time, the 74th stop of her tour, tomorrow, we dish out the numbers on what makes a juggernaut show of this size tick. 180: Approximately the number of people who work and travel on this tour depending on the location. 4:…Details
Manila. American singer Madonna may face a ban in the Philippines for disrespecting its flag in her concerts this week in the capital Manila, a domestic broadcaster said on Friday, citing a historical commission official. The 57-year-old entertainer is on a world tour to promote her “Rebel Heart” album, and did sold-out shows on Wednesday and…Details