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  1. I've been working away on this - my edit of MDNA Cordoba - and it's done now and it's online. I went all the way from Belfast in Northern Ireland to Cordoba for the final show cos I just fell in love with this tour after seeing it in Europe and I loved the idea of being at the very last show. I also just fancied a holiday in some crazy place I'd otherwise probably never go to... :-) So I went there with more excitement than I can ever remember - and at the back of my mind I would have been hoping the final show had a few surprises, as often happens at final shows! But then of course we got the biggest fucking surprise ever - the power going off. It was so crazy and so wierd. I will never forget that moment when I just thought "FUCK - THE SCREEN HAS MALFUNCTIONED" (cos I was filming the show off the screen). But then as I realised the sound had gone too - I started thinking WHAT THE HELL IS GOING ON??? It was eery. I was way outside the GT at that point - and the place was in darkness and in the distance we could see Madonna and the dancers doing something - but it all seemed too strange. Anyway - the whole thing was just mind blowing. And the people I met in Argentina and the previous week in Chile were just the most friendly, beautiful, helpful people you could ever imagine. I had the holiday of my lifetime. Here's how I want to remember the Cordoba show - this is what was in my mind the next day and for all the time since the show. I tried real hard to put it all together like this lol!