It was once said that a queen is never late—everyone else is simply early. Never was that more true than Thursday night at The Edition Hotel‘s Paradise Club in Times Square, where Madonna presented an intimate screening of her new concert documentary film, Madame X. A slew of New York’s finest—including Drew Barrymore, Jeremy O. Harris, and Antoni Porowski—turned out to toast the Queen of Pop until it seemed like everyone in town was there except the host herself.
It was a big NYC night for Madonna and her new documentary “Madame X”!
“Extra’s” Cheslie Kryst caught up with the Queen of Pop as she hit the red carpet at the premiere.
Madonna opened up about the film and how proud she is of fellow singer Britney Spears.
Cheslie also caught up with Madonna’s son David Banda at the event, and he gushed over what a great mom she is. Watch!
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“Artists are here to disturb the peace” is the one thing Madonna wants viewers to take from her upcoming Paramount+ concert film, Madame X, which premiered at the Times Square Edition Hotel in New York City on Thursday.
And if there’s one thing every person on the red carpet could agree on, it was that Madonna is an inspiration, which is fitting when her pop star status remains today as in ’80s and ’90s. Madame X captures the icon’s unique tour, which limited each show to a couple thousand people and sold out theaters worldwide.
Madonna held court at the premiere of her new documentary “Madame X” on Sept. 23 at New York’s Paradise Club at the Edition Times Square. The evening included a Q&A with the pop music icon moderated by “RuPaul’s Drag Race” winners Symone and Aquaria, a deejay set by Questlove and a performance by Teezo Touchdown. Guests sipped Ketel One Vodka drinks, including the Madame X Martini.
“Madame X” premieres on Paramount Plus on Oct. 8.
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The star has created a new concert film Madame X, filmed in Portugal, which she revealed at a star-studded red carpet event
Madonna on the carpet ahead of the world premiere of Madonna’s Madame X. Photograph: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for Ketel One Vodka
Heavy is the head that wears the crown – and apparently fragile was the crown upon the queen of pop’s head last night at the special New York City premiere of Madonna’s Madame X concert film at the Paradise Club atop the Times Square Edition hotel.
The iconic Madonna chose New York’s bustling and chaotic Times Square on Thursday to present her latest dose of art, a long-awaited documentary that revolves around the lauded concerts she gave in Lisbon in early 2020 during her latest album tour, “Madame X”, and in which images of intimate experiences are also sneaked.
The “queen of pop”, dedicated to the world of music for more than four decades, stepped on the red carpet of the luxurious Edition hotel in New York, the city where her dizzying career was born, accompanied by her son, David Banda, and dressed Of course, with some dizzying heels and black fishnet stockings.
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Madonna is still as edgy as she ever has been, age be damned.
The 63-year-old pop music queen attended the world premiere of her concert tour documentary, Madame X, in New York on Wednesday.
And she dressed like the icon she has been for the better part of four decades, rocking up in a low-cut lace bustier, sunglasses, cornrow braids and a tiara that read, “F**k you”,
Her necklace also had a brazen message, reading, “Trust no b*tch”.
Madonna is showing her support. The singer is reflecting on her recent chat with fellow pop icon Britney Spears, of whom she’s been a vocal supporter during the “Oops!…I Did It Again” singer’s conservatorship battle.
The legendary songstress spoke with ET’s Lauren Zima at the New York premiere of her new documentary concert film Madame X, held at The Edition Hotel Times Square on Thursday.
.@Madonna is taking us behind-the-scenes of her #MadameX tour in a new documentary coming to #ParamountPlus. She spoke with @Dometi_ about the importance of art, and why her new doc is the perfect amalgamation of everything she loves. ‘Madame X’ hits @paramountplus on October 8 pic.twitter.com/CvEqvVhJB1
— MTV NEWS (@MTVNEWS) September 24, 2021
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