- The American pop icon kicked off her “The Celebration Tour” world tour with a concert in the British capital on Saturday.
- It is an anniversary tour in two ways: the exceptional artist turned 65 this year, and it has now been 40 years since she achieved her great achievement with the song “Holiday.”
- But the “Queen of Pop” had to suffer setbacks this year.
She had to postpone the start of her tour in Canada, originally scheduled for the summer, due to a serious bacterial infection. “I didn’t think I was going to make it,” she says, looking back.
But she did it. Contrary to what some commentators expected, Madonna does not seem to have reached the end of her artistic career.
Although she has technical problems at times during the show, the way she spins around the stage with her backup dancers makes it clear: Madonna can still dance, Madonna can still sing and Madonna is still sexy.
The “Celebration Tour” takes Madonna through twelve countries in Europe and North America. Switzerland is not there.
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