n much-anticipated appearance at the Eurovision Song Contest in Israel, Madonna made an apparent call for peace in the region. The 60-year-old pop headlined a two-song set on Saturday (May 18) during the final night of the 64th annual continental song competition held in Tel Aviv. According to a BBC report, Madonna defied earlier calls…Details
In her much-anticipated and politically contentious performance at Eurovision in Israel, Madonna made an apparent call for peace in the region. As she and guest star Quavo sang the lyrics “Not everyone is coming to the future / Not everyone is learning from the past”, a pair of her dancers – one wearing a costume bearing a…Details
Madonna, performs live on stage after the 64th annual Eurovision Song Contest held at Tel Aviv (press pictures)
TEL AVIV, ISRAEL – MAY 18: Madonna, performs live on stage after the 64th annual Eurovision Song Contest held at Tel Aviv Fairgrounds on May 18, 2019 in Tel Aviv, Israel.
TEL AVIV (Reuters) – Jean-Paul Gaultier has dressed Madonna as a “futuristic” Joan of Arc for her guest performance at the Eurovision Song Contest final in Israel, the fashion designer told Reuters on Saturday. “It’s fantastic to have Madonna, especially for the Eurovision,” Gaultier said outside the Tel Aviv venue of the 2019 songfest. The…Details
Madonna’s ‘unbelievable’ Eurovision show will see singer perform Like A Prayer 30 years after release
MADONNA will recreate her iconic Like A Prayer music video as she performs inside a chapel during tonight’s Eurovision Song Contest final. Show host Assi Azar has teased fans that they can expect an “unbelievable” show from the 60-year-old Queen of Pop. The host appeared on Graham Norton’s BBC radio show to discuss insider secrets…Details
As this issue was going to press, Madonna had just announced dates for her upcoming “Madame X” Tour in support of her upcoming 14th studio album of the same name. And, as luck would have it, Arthur Fogel, the man overseeing Madge’s tours for the past 18 years, also happens to be Live Nation’s esteemed…Details
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Madonna has dropped the fourth song from “Madame X,” her forthcoming album, a reggae-flavored duet with Migos’ Quavo called “Future.” The pair previously collaborated on “Champagne Rose,” a song from his solo debut, “Quavo Huncho.” Previous songs released from the album include the Maluma duet “Medellin,” the Swae Lee duet “Crave,” and the ballad “I Rise.” One more song…Details
Madonna has released her new song ‘Future,’ which features Migos’ Quavo. It’s the second collaboration the pair have released following ‘Champagne Rosé,’ which appeared on the rapper’s solo debut, Quavo Huncho. You can check the new track out below. On the reggae-tinged song, the pair look to what is ahead, celebrate the present and also contemplate…Details