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  1. FlyOnTheWall

    For all of you who saw Madonna live, close up...

    I've been lucky to see her close up several times now. I was just under the disco ball about 6 rows back for confessions, maybe 10 rows off to the side for Sticky and Sweet and front row for MDNA. (maybe 8 rows away by the cross for RH). I've seen all the tours since DW, all but RH more than once. Of the times I've seen her up close, first row at MDNA was the closest. Like most, I was taken aback by just how small and slight she is. Your eyes don't believe themselves and the brain reads their sight almost like she's a robot or mannequin. Then she walks by and you can see rippled abs, a muscular frame and DETERMINATION in every step. Strong. Human. Flesh. Real. During confessions, she looked like Madonna had stepped out of the backing screen right onto the stage, connecting and peering into the eyes of anyone close enough to see back into them. During MDNA, I have to say it/she seemed very controlled, deliberate and maybe a little colder. I'm sure it was the feeling of the show - the chameleon in the videos is also the chameleon on the stage. I would agree with those who said there is just "something" or an "energy" around her. As soon as she comes on the stage, anyone able to see right into her face KNOWS someone or something has entered the room. You can feel it. No wonder some of the biggest names in music/movies/art mention that they get struck when meeting her. I'm sure it's part of the circuitry that made her a legend. Few have it. Only a few in a generation. Rebel heart - I could see into her face when she was stage left cross. This time felt more relaxed, a little slower, more interested in connecting than impressing. She seemed more painter than soldier, even with the beginning sequence. Hope I get a chance to meet yet another Madonna in face view of another show. Hope the rumors aren't true! (That she's no longer interested in arena tours.)
  2. FlyOnTheWall

    Which tours have you seen live?

    Drowned World - 3x Reinvention - 3x Confessions - 2x Sticky & Sweet - 2x MDNA - 2x - one front row Rebel Heart - 1X
  3. Wow, it was actually pretty bad - not a lot of fatalities luckily. http://www.cnn.com/2016/02/05/asia/taiwan-earthquake/index.html?sr=fbcnni020516taiwan-earthquake1055PMVODtopLink&linkId=21027123 This is when I'd love to see a "Truth or Dare" style documentary to see how they all react.
  4. Would love to see an I'll Remember performance someday.
  5. I tried to find a chart with her biggest "hits" in Asia but couldn't find anything. If anyone finds something, that could be interesting to speculate possible changes.
  6. FlyOnTheWall

    San Juan Puerto Rico, January 28

    can't even watch. pee break
  7. FlyOnTheWall

    San Juan Puerto Rico, January 28

    Love that you can hear Monte on his feed, but can't see anything.
  8. https://www.periscope.tv/w/1eaKbolrBNjGX
  9. https://www.periscope.tv/w/1kvJpgqmYvPGE
  10. better https://www.periscope.tv/w/1ypKdaAdDbvGW
  11. https://www.periscope.tv/w/1gqGvmRlNbBKB
  12. https://www.periscope.tv/w/1OdKrkNBRZqGX Very close. Yeah, I too was expecting something that didn't happen there. Ah well. It's a Madonna show anyway!
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