At shows on her Portugal tour, Madonna sings fados and shows inspiration from the country for performances.

Madonna fans are hopeful and it seems that Pop Diva is preparing an audiovisual record of her tour, “Madame X”, which debuted in Europe this week. The singer will perform a total of eight shows in Lisbon, where she chose to live a few years ago. From there, she goes to London and Paris, where he ends her performances.

The premiere of “Madame X” in the Portuguese capital took place on Sunday (12). Fans who watched the show realized that everything was being recorded by a video team, which did not happen in the United States. Responsible for the images would be Krypton International, the same company that made the documentary “The World of Madame X,” available on Amazon Prime Video.

Social media began to circulate credential images that would be used by members of the artist’s team, with free access to all areas, in order to facilitate mobility during the event.

The direction of the project would be Ricardo Gomes and Nuno Xico, longtime collaborators of the singer. In his latest Instagram posts, Gomes shared two photos of Madonna in Lisbon and then the image of a monitor that appears to be from a recording made in the city with the caption: “Be grateful. I love what I do ”and the hashstag #Work, I work in Portuguese.

Shows in Portugal

Madonna really seems to be feeling at home in Lisbon. In the second show held in the Portuguese capital, this Tuesday (14), the singer said happy to sing in the city. “You can’t imagine how long I waited for this moment to show what inspired me here,” celebrated Diva Pop.

Very comfortable on stage, Madonna told jokes, spoke a bad word in Portuguese – Car **** – and sang fado, a local rhythm, accompanied by guitarist Gaspar Varela, great-grandson of Celeste Rodrigues, a fadista whose American artist is an admirer. .

Madonna also joked about the “25 injuries” that affect her. “Don’t pay attention to what’s going on from the waist down,” she said. The Queen of Pop’s ill health caused her to cancel a series of shows in the United States last year: two in New York, one in Los Angeles, three in Boston and the last, which was scheduled for December 22 in Miami

Singing 1994’s “Human Nature,” the singer ended the number of women surrounded, including her daughters Stella and Estere. Already after performing “Medellin”, she dropped the crown and came down from the stage to talk to a fan in the audience. The chosen one was a German named Ben.

Local press complimented the artist’s performance and highlighted the participation of the Batukadeiras Orchestra as one of the highlights of the show. Madonna performs in Lisbon until January 23rd. She then performs 29 other shows in London and Paris.

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