Madonna performed a remix of Living For Love twice as well as Ghosttown (three times). She did an interview for over an hour and explained all on the Brit Awards (see artice by the Mirror below). Audience was mostly industry and family & friends only. Many fans with tickets and wristbands were denied entrance. She…Details
The singer managed to carry on despite falling down three HUGE stairs in the painful stumble and has recalled the horrifying fall on Jonathan Ross Madonna has revealed how she has whiplash after her Brits fall and described her own performance as “a nightmare”. Appearing on the Jonathan Ross Show, Madonna said: “I’m a creature…Details
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Madonna was at the Brits, performing her totally boss I Will Survive-style single Living for Love, when it happened. “Took me to heaven, let me fall down … lifted me up and watched me stumble.” So she prophesied it, and so it came to pass. It wasn’t a trip or a tumble. It wasn’t funny;…Details
Her bold new album shows that for the Queen of Reinvention, the more things change, the more they stay the same On a recent evening in New York City, the singer Madonna was camped out at the headquarters of the famed auction house Sotheby’s. In recent years, many masterpieces have passed through its walls—Edvard Munch’s…Details
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More on Madonna’s French promo schedule:
-Le Grand Journal will be taped on March 2nd, she will perform two songs.
-There will be an interview with TV channel France 2, this will air March 6
-Probably two more interviews scheduled for TF1 and M6
-Interview on 50min inside (TV show)
Even more pictures of Madonna’s performance from last night.
London, United Kingdom – Madonna performs at the BRIT music awards at the O2 Arena in Greenwich, London, February 25, 2015. REUTERS/Toby Melville