Some days are like this! 🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀😂💘🤡♥️Madonna via Instagram, on May 31 2017 read more →
Madonna is rumoured to be part of the line up for Ariana Grande’s fundraising concert for the victims of the Manchester terror attack.
A source told The Sun Online that the superstar is one of the biggest names ready to perform at the concert on Sunday.
Today it was confirmed that Coldplay, Take That, Niall Horan, Usher, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus and Pharrell Williams will take the stage.
A source has also revealed that the massive gig, which is being organised by Live Nation, will be held at Manchester’s Old Trafford cricket ground.
The Sun Online earlier today revealed that Justin Bieber, who shares a manager with Ariana, was strongly rumoured to perform, and it has now been confirmed that he will attend to support the victims of the attack that claimed 23 lives.
Tickets go on sale on Thursday 1 June at 10am, and proceeds from the event will go to towards the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund set up by Manchester City Council and The Red Cross.
People who attended Ariana’s Manchester concert last Monday will be able to attend the event for free if they register before Wednesday 31 May.
Madonna is featured on the cover of Vidas magazine in Portugal (May 27th – June 2nd issue)
According to BBFC, Madonna’s “Rebel Heart Tour” DVD & Blu-Ray release will include two bonus videos:
– Tears of A Clown Excerpt (running time: 14:53:28) and
– Like A Prayer (04:37:06).
The full running time will be 138m and 16s.
“The seats are named as you get to the center of the ring, and I was ring side so I was really very close to this fight. I’m keep getting closer and closer and I wasn’t seeing my name, and then I see several famous people names until I see ‘Madonna’, ‘Zac Efron’, and I was like ‘what?’. I was like, ‘I’m next to Madonna for this entire fight.”
Madonna interviewed for MTV Special (2008)
Previously posted videos are now available in TV section
Madonna leaving a restaurant in Lisbon (May 23 2017)
via Madonna Nation
My dad and M 1985. #madonna #family #fondmemories I should add that we wrote “love makes the world go round” that day. Our first collaboration. We played it for the first time at Live Aid.
Patrick Leonard via Instagram
Thank Goodness my friend is O’K. 🙏🏻Lets all pray for the innocent victims who are not ok. For their families and for Manchester💘🙏🏻
Madonna via Instagram