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S&S in Udine, Italy - July 16, 2009


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do they really do that? i find that kind of... weird. how did the tradition start? on some TV show??

I think it all started at the end of the 90s... I don't know... people now clap at public funerals of dead babies, of killed people, of soldiers... when the coffin is carried away usually...

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I was 3 metres from the stage (in line with left loudspeakers) and it was the first time ever I could get that close to it. They divided the floor into 2 parts (A and B), so those having the A ticket were at the front.

I have to say the crowd was made up mainly of casual fans or curious people so I didn't see the excitement I saw in Rome last year from the entire floor. E.g. only a few people danced all the time (me included), whereas some others were there with their arms crossed and only taking pictures/videos of her when she approched us. It was quite a shy audience from what I saw; I suppose the real fans went to Milan because it was announced first. But still, it gave me the chance to be there under the stage :)

All the stadium was packed - I couldn't see empty space on the terraces all around so I guess it was not sold out but still selling strongly (consider she played Milan 2 days before with 55K people and she will play Ljubljiana 100km from here in August).

Madonna was professional as always and her voice sounded like it was in a good shape even during YMLM although she got really emotional and nearly bursted into tears again.

At last I got the chance to appreaciate the entire choreography and costumes - it was amazing!!

:thumbsup:

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It's heartbreaking to see Madge in tears like that. :(:(

A very tough night for her - she must have had the courage of 1,000 women to perform that night!

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It was a lovely stadium..kinda reminded me of the one in NICE..& the sound was much better then in Milano.

Anyway the local newspaper reported 2000 tickets were still available b4 the show..

that's 38.000 sold out of 40.000.

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Great videos. Thanks so much for posting! Girl's on fire even in her farmer's hat. :D

AWESOME PICS TOO!!!!!! :thumbsup:

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god that choreography kills me!!!! i LOVE it!!!

it's almost got a river dance vibe to it hahahaha

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LOL SO TRUE!!!! I love how she incorporates other cultures dancing and music styles into her performances. We've seen Japaneze, Russian, Spanish, Scottish, and now Irish!! Am I missing any? :D

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LOL SO TRUE!!!! I love how she incorporates other cultures dancing and music styles into her performances. We've seen Japaneze, Russian, Spanish, Scottish, and now Irish!! Am I missing any? :D

Gypsy?

what about other types of music like tango and salsa

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