Japan will be releasing a re-issue of the greatest hits compilation ‘Celebration’ 2CD set on May 25, 2016.
Her Madgesty has touched down in Auckland but where exactly the Queen of Pop is remains something of a mystery. The most likely place the superstar is staying after arriving this morning is the Pullman hotel, where many rich and famous visitors stay. The upmarket hotel is the number one suspect among Madonna’s superfans but…Details
The official 2017 Madonna calendar is already available for pre-order at $14.99. The expected release date is July 15, 2016.
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We have finally taken the time to sit down and look at our Rebel Heart Tour live footage at various shows in Europe. While we already had a clip of True Blue in Berlin online, we have now compiled the footage of the first European show in Cologne on November 4, 2015. We have added…Details
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