The pop world is rejoicing. Shrouded in suspense, Madonna will launch this Wednesday (9), in Montreal, Canada, her latest world tour, the Rebel Heart Tour, promoting the album she released in March. Over the course of the past three decades, the singer has become an expert in this type of mega event that combines music,…Details
When Madonna hit the road behind her MDNA album, she paid homage to (or shaded?) Lady Gaga with a mashup of “Born This Way” and her own “Express Yourself.” On Madge’s current tour, which just rolled through Madison Square Garden and absolutely killed, the Queen of Pop busted out another song tangentially related to Gaga — Edith…Details
Madonna has set the bar very high for herself and make no mistake expectations are very high in every arena and stadium she sets up her stage. But as the show gets underway to the unmistakable Madonna mix of tight choreography, stunning sets and sheer star presence it is clear Rebel Heart will not disappoint.…Details
The incredible major Keith Haring exhibition at the Kunsthal in Rotterdam is an absolute must-see for everyone! The Kunsthal in Rotterdam is proud to present this exhibition with around 190 original pieces by the incredible Keith Haring. Today was press day and MadonnaUnderground was present on the guestlist. Dirk de Vries and Dave Crombeen represented…Details
As we previously reported book store Athenaeum in Amsterdam will only get a small stock of the special Rolling Stone Madonna edition. Athenaeum will receive a total of 25 copies and most has already been reserved, after our news report.
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Madonna let fans see her sweat when her “Rebel Heart” tour started its two nights at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday. She belted “HeartBreakCity,” a bitter, accusatory breakup song, from a staircase as she battled the embraces of an acrobatic dancer. Then she tossed off a jacket to reveal a sweat-soaked blouse, and traded heartache…Details
Sean Penn attended the second night at MSG last night, seen with a big smile throughout the show. M dedicated Rebel Heart to Rocco and left out ‘Everybody’ in the 80’s medley (as she did on the first night).
The wig also made a return. Madonna was on time, starting the show at 9.30.
View image | gettyimages.com You don’t get Madonna tickets to see a light-hearted show. You go to watch Olympic-level choreography routines that have been exhaustively road-tested by men who pole-dance on giant crucifixes. You go to see Madge dressed up in elaborately designed samurai, matador, and flapper outfits with so much theatrical flair, they look…Details
View image | gettyimages.com Bitch, there’s only one Madonna. The 57-year-old Queen of Pop made that abundantly clear during a more than two hour stage spectacular last night at Madison Square Garden, the first of three NYC-area dates of her hater-silencing Rebel Heart World Tour. Wheeling out a die-hard fan-feeding 23 tracks — naturally, some…Details
“You know what they say — it’s lonely at the top,” Madonna told the crowd near the end of her New York show last night. “But it ain’t crowded!” And on the second U.S. show of her hotly awaited new Rebel Heart tour, Our Lady spent three hours proving what a goddess she is, not…Details
NEW YORK — A floor-length, traditional Latin dress blanketed Madonna’s slender frame. With her hair woven into a french braid, the singer strummed an acoustic guitar and sang to the crowd as a collage of her fans’ artwork played behind her on a video screen. In this moment, at Madison Square Garden Wednesday night, it…Details
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