Madonna is one the all-time greatest performers selling out crowds wherever Madonna performs. In addition to Madonna's enormously successful career in the entertainment industry she also know as a great philanthropist. Expect to continue to hear the songs
She headed home early from husband Guy Ritchie’s 40th Birthday Party bash last night, and Madonna showed the reason for her much-needed beauty sleep as she spent Thursday evening (September 11) rocking Wembley Stadium during a star-studded concert.
The 50-year-old queen of pop took the stage in a white silk top hat, high cut leotard, fishnets and leather stiletto boots - delivering many of her greatest hits as part of the ongoing "Sticky and Sweet" tour.
With the initial buzz for his new film “RocknRolla” catapulting him back into the limelight, Guy Ritchie has a lot to be thankful for. And last night he celebrated his 40th birthday in style, despite the fact that his wife Madonna wasn’t there for most of it.
The “Snatch” filmmaker looked dapper in a striped oxford button-up shirt and trousers as he made his way into the PunchBowl pub in Mayfair along with Madge and daughter Lourdes Leon.
After a long night of partying with her husband Guy Ritchie, Madonna was spotted heading to the gym this morning in London, England, sporting an ‘80s-style Adidas ensemble and carrying a Louis Vuitton duffel.
Last night, Madge was all about supporting her director hubby as his new film “RocknRolla” made its London premiere at the Odeon West End Theatre in Leicester Square.
Continuing along with her "Sticky and Sweet" world tour, Madonna took the stage on Thursday night (August 28), entertaining fans in Berlin, Germany.
Billed as "a musical mishmash of gangsta pimp, Romanian folk, rave, and a nod to the blonde material-girl’s roots in the 80s New York City dance scene," Madge's string of shows include eight costume changes, 16 dancers, and $1.85 million worth of Swarovski crystals.
Last night, Madonna took her Sticky and Sweet tour to Nice, France for a sold-out performance that included more than just music and dancing.
It seems the 50-year-old songstress has been creating some waves on the political front with her concert’s opening video montage that compares Presidential Candidate John McCain with Adolph Hitler and President of Zimbabwe Robert Mugabe.