The Confessions Tour Paris August 30, 2006 photo gallery

Join us and revisit Madonna’s third of four sold out nights at Bercy during The Confessions Tour in Paris. We’d been able to catch Madonna while leaving her hotel again, Madonna chose to smile to the waiting crowd this time around. 

Madonna gave a flawless performance tonight despite a technical hiccup during ‘Let It Will Be’ leaving Stuart Price confused with his hands up in the air as seen in one of the photographs. Madonna tried her best but it never got back on track as it should, so instead of grabbing the camera (for the live feed on the screens) with her hand, she stuck her ass in it. Madonna addressed the technical issue during her speech and it seemed fixed by the time she sang “Drowned World / Substitute For Love”.

Click HERE to check out 59 photographs of the third Paris show.

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The Confessions Tour Paris August 28 photo gallery

Madonna was in much better spirits at the second show of The Confessions Tour in Paris on August 28. Earlier that day we caught Madonna leaving her hotel de Crillon. A lot more fans had gathered here than her previous stay in Paris at the George V. Madonna left the building in her signature (designed for) H&M outfit with matching Ed Hardy cap and managed a wave to the crowd.

We have updated a total of 53 photographs of this day in our photo gallery, check them out HERE

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Creatd Announces Third NFT Drop: The Madonna Photographs

NEW YORKDec. 7, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Creatd, Inc. (Nasdaq CM: CRTD) (“Creatd” or the “Company”), the parent company of the OG Gallery, today announced its third non-fungible token (NFT) art drop, featuring photographs of Madonna (Madonna Louise Ciccone) that were first published by Bob Guccione in September 1987.

Creatd Announces Third NFT Drop: The Madonna Photographs

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Hyperfine Partners With Madonna’s Charitable Organization, Raising Malawi, to Increase Access to High Quality Healthcare for Children

GUILFORD, Conn.Dec. 7, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Hyperfine Inc., creator of the first FDA-cleared portable magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) device™, Swoop®, today announced a partnership with Raising Malawi, which built and co-operates Malawi’s only specialized pediatric hospital, the Mercy James Centre for Paediatric Surgery & Intensive Care (MJC). Raising Malawi and Hyperfine are partnering to highlight the important research made possible at MJC with Hyperfine’s breakthrough portable MRI system—a partnership model that can be replicated to support medical research and improve patient care in other low-resource or developing world settings.

According to the World Health Organization, 90% of the world’s population does not have access to an MRI machine. In Malawi, the need is particularly acute as Hyperfine’s Swoop® device is 1 of just 2 working MRIs in the entire country of 19 million people. Swoop is poised to play an important role in addressing this inequity by improving access to medical imaging for millions of patients, particularly those in developing countries.

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The Confessions Tour Paris August 27 photo gallery online

After the show in Hannover Germany we took the Thalys and traveled to Paris for the next four shows of The Confessions Tour in 2006. 

Staff had learned from the 2004 situation and created an actual area where you were able to set up a tent and spent the night in front of Bercy. Many fans had taken the opportunity to spent the night in order to get the best spots inside the arena. The enormous queue seemed to stretch all the way to Belgium, so we decided to take things easy and not queue.

Unfortunately that meant seeing the show from afar in a sweaty (and sticky) Bercy. The photographs can’t compare to those we took in London and therefore we only have 36 images of the first stop of the tour, check these out HERE

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The Confessions Tour in Hannover Germany photo gallery online

Madonna had a hangover in Hannover, at least that’s what she told the crowd at the AWD arena during The Confessions Tour in 2006. After the slightly cranky performance in Dusseldorf Madonna seemed to be enjoying herself a lot more during her second and final show in Germany.

We spoke to a few crew members right before the show, including Mr. Guy Oseary who all confirmed that Madonna was in much better spirits for this show. Madonna joked around, kept making silly faces to her band and dancers and disappeared inside her winter coat during “Drowned World / Substitute For Love”

We have 52 updated and enhanced photographs of the Hannover stop online for you to view in our photo gallery HERE

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Book signing for Synthesis II “Adore” Madonna and Fusuma Photography at Ippodo Gallery

Ippodo Gallery welcomes you to the book signing for Synthesis II “Adore” Madonna and Fusuma Photography, the second solo exhibition of works by Kenji Wakasugi. ADORE is the complete overview of the session – 200 pages include 324 frames, 10 contact sheets, together with 111 large format black and white portraits. For three and a half decades this collection remained private, near silent. Furthermore, the design of this art-book pays homage to Japanese 80’s minimalism. The aqua cover features only the title ADORE debossed in ebony lettering. Madonna’s name is foiled in Japanese text on the accompanying canary yellow and neon pink bellybands (hand sewn) – the idea being that the book itself becomes an object of beauty.⁠

Please join for a book signing with the artist Kenji Wakasugi (@kenji_wakasigi) and publisher and creative director of NJG Studio Ltd. (@njg_studio), Nick Groarke. The event will take place on Saturday December 4th from 3-5 PM at Ippodo Gallery, 32 E 67th St. RSVP via email to

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‘You Can Dance’ merchandise items updated

The You Can Dance page has been updated with brand new (and rare) related merchandise!

There’s the official UK sales presenter, a press kit from the USA, a Japanese press pack, a Dutch promotional photo, a promotional record signed by Madonna. But most of all there’s the original untouched photograph by Herb Ritts that was used for the album cover.

Check it all out HERE

Original untouched photograph by Herb Ritts

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Madonna at the BBC airs December 18th on BBC2

Madonna at the BBC, the brand new TV special will air on BBC2 on the 18th December at 21:00 (local time).

A look back at a selection of magical Madonna moments on various BBC shows, from her first Top of the Pops appearance with Holiday in 1984 right up to the present day. This collection covers Madonna’s journey from Material Girl to Queen of Pop and captures how over the years her ability to combine charisma, controversy and classic pop tunes has made her the female icon of her times and a true global superstar.

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The Confessions Tour in Düsseldorf photo gallery online!

After London we traveled to Dusseldorf Germany to attend our fifth show of The Confessions Tour in 2006. This was the first show without assigned seats so it was time to queue! The queuing ended in a complete and total nightmare. Not only were we soaked by the pouring rain throughout the day, but the organisation used caution tape to divide the rows of people. Of course once the infamous ‘rush’ started, the tape was torn and people were suddenly on our backs. 

As we were crushed against the one gate separating the crowd from the ticket-check, we managed to throw ourselves over the gate and security even helped us get up. Once we finally got inside we never even realized that Madonna was in the midst of her soundcheck, until we heard a very familiar voice telling the people inside the arena to ‘shut up’ as this was not the show. While still trying to catch our breath, Madonna (who was obviously not in the best of moods) continued to rehearse “Future Lovers” and “Get Together”.

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