Madonna performs during her MDNA tour in Denver (October 18 2012)
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Madonna has been forced to cancel her Saturday, October 20th show at Dallas’ American Airlines Center due to “severe laryngitis”, it was announced today by the tour’s promoter Live Nation.
Under doctor’s orders, the Material Girl has been put on “complete vocal rest” for the next 36 hours. All tickets for the October 20th show to be refunded at the point of purchase. Tickets purchased online will refunded directly. Madonna regrets any inconvenience to her fans.
The second scheduled show in Dallas on Sunday, October 21st is expected to go on. There are a very limited number of seats currently available for that show.
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…In his 14-year chat show career he’s pretty much talked to everyone. His big ambition was to get Madonna on his sofa, which he did in the last series. Was she a diva? ‘Actually she wasn’t. She didn’t make any demands. She came on, and within a few minutes she was on the floor on her hands and knees. She was on a charm offensive.’
And how nervous was he? ‘Terribly. I was worried it wouldn’t happen. But oddly enough, as soon as she came up the little steps, that was it. I felt it didn’t actually matter what happened after that, because she was on the show. Afterwards we went out for dinner and got really drunk – not Madonna; me and my friends – and the atmosphere all day was incredible. It was like a royal visit.’
Madonna will launch a new flanker to her debut scent Truth or Dare from December 2012 called Truth or Dare by Madonna Naked. Yes, that last word had to be in there. And as you might or might not have guessed, Madonna created long leads to the perfume launch by stripping down on stage during her 2012 summer tour; it had nothing to do with a mid-life crisis. It was a marketing plan. The flashes of breast and buttock were like moments of truth.
The new opus is said to be even more sensual, ready to lure you in by all possible means: nakedness and the promise of truth. In Madonna’s world, it seems, nakedness = truth and truth = nakedness.
“Bold Revealing Exposed. Strip down the layers and reveal your true nature Dare to bare it all”…
The floral woody juice was composed by perfumer Stephen Nielsen of Givaudan who did the first Madonna Truth or Dare. The accent this time was resolutely put on emphasizing the “addictive” character of the fragrance. The nose said,
“For Truth or Dare by Madonna Naked, we truly based it upon the addictive accord from Truth or Dare and made it the centrepiece of this new creation.”
Nielsen further reflected that,
“What makes this fragrance so unique is the combination of the creamy woodiness paired with yummy additive nuances that mingle perfectly with the sparkling, inviting floralcy.”
Australian sandalwood and benzoin from Laos contribute essentially to the creamy texture.
The eau de parfum opens on head notes of honeysuckle, peach blossom and neroli. The heart contains sensual vanilla orchid, cocoa flower, lily of the valley. The base features Texas cedarwood, an oud wood accord and Australian sandalwood.
We can all note that for once, the material oud is being offered as the result of an artful accord rather than offered as a rare, precious raw material sourced from an exotic forest, a fact which is somewhat left in the vague most of the time, as if the world was experiencing excedent crops of agarwood, which is not the case. It remains rare.
The flacon by Fabien Baron loses its opaque white coating while retaining the original shape. The color of the jus is said to be inspired by Madonna’s favorite rose champagne just as it gets poured into crystal glasses.
Madonna dedicated a song to the Pakistani victim of a Taliban shooting during her performance last night in Los Angeles, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Malala Yousafzai, 14, an outspoken advocate of education for women, was shot in the head and neck by Taliban gunmen Tuesday near Karachi.
“This made me cry,” Madonna said. “The 14-year-old schoolgirl who wrote a blog about going to school. The Taliban stopped her bus and shot her. Do you realize how sick that is?”
The crowd cheered as Madonna shouted, “Support education! Support women!” Later, the singer stripped off her costume and turned to reveal the name “Malala” written on her back. “This song is for you, Malala,” Madonna said as she started “Human Nature.”
Madonna has also used her back on the MDNA tour to display messages of support for President Obama (which backfired when she tried to joke that he was “a Black Muslim”) and jailed Russian punk band Pussy Riot. Although one member of the punk collective was released on appeal yesterday, Madonna noted that two more remain imprisoned in Moscow.
“One thing I’ve realized during my travels is how lucky we Americans are,” she told the L.A. audience. “We are for sure an imperfect country with an imperfect government. But I tell you – the shit I have seen in the Ukraine and in Russia . . . May I remind you that two members of Pussy Riot are still in jail. In St. Petersburg, 75 men were arrested for being gay.”
The singer’s support for gay rights at a concert in St. Petersburg this summer resulted in a lawsuit demanding $10.5 million in compensation for “moral damage.”
A court in the Russian city of St. Petersburg has postponed its hearing into a $10 million lawsuit against U.S. pop diva Madonna.
A group of antigay activists filed the lawsuit at the St. Petersburg court after Madonna expressed support for homosexuals during a performance in the city in August.
During the show, Madonna called on Russians to respect homosexual rights and passed out pink bracelets to concertgoers that she said represented tolerance for Russia’s gay community.
The activists say the pop star broke a local law banning the propaganda of homosexuality to minors.
The court postponed the hearing to October 25 due to confusion over the organizers of Madonna’s show, whom the activists are also suing along with the owners of the concert venue.