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  1. That just proves that the man is an idiot. His spokeswhore makes a pretty strong statement based on a misinformed reports describing the show without seeing it, or knowing exactly how he was actually displayed. She wasn't comparing him to Hitler! The man is just pathetic. This comes from a man who was using Shitney and Parasite in his redneck propaganda campaign. How about actually seeing it before making such bold declarations?!

  2. Long live the Queen of Pop

    STICKY & Sweet is the third Madonna tour I have seen.

    I expected controversy and her trademark raunch in Cardiff, but for the first time there was no talking point like the Crucifixion scene from Confessions in 2006 or the electric chair on Re-Invention in 2004.

    She had a tough task improving on those shows but she has done it yet again.

    Madonna didn’t stop dancing in a show that had most of her fans pausing for breath.

    See more snaps of Madonna on stage in Cardiff

    The four main acts were punctuated by video.

    Get Stupid was a satire of political leaders — ending on an image of BARACK OBAMA.

    The Rain interlude was a computerised, sexless version of Madonna made to resemble her hero DAVID BOWIE to the sound of EURYTHMICS classic Here Comes The Rain Again.

    More clever samples and mash-ups filtered through the set list.

    FELIX’s rave anthem Don’t You Want Me mixed brilliantly with Like A Prayer, turning the stadium into a gigantic dancefloor.

    FEDDE LE GRAND’s Put Your Hands Up For Detroit was a smart choice for the girl from Michigan to borrow for a techno version of Music.

    TIMBERLAKE, TIMBALAND, KANYE and PHARRELL were all present — in video form.

    I hate seeing Madonna play guitar but her rock version of Borderline became a thrash of STOOGES-style chords.

    The gipsy section went over a few heads but it was class.

    She was joined by a Ukrainian folk trio she knows through GOGOL BORDELLO star EUGENE HUTZ.

    She’s Not Me was another highlight.

    Madge attacks four of her dancers dressed as her images from the past.

    Madonna’s energy and performance is incredible. I doff my cap to a 50-year-old pole-dancing and double-dutch skipping mother.

    Without question, Madonna is still the Queen Of Pop. Long live the Queen.


  3. Madonna reigns supreme as she kicks off world tour in Cardiff

    Arriving on stage sat on a diamante throne, queen of pop Madonna began her latest world tour in style on Saturday.

    Dressed in a sparkly black one-piece designed by Givenchy, the just-turned 50-year-old wowed the audience at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium with a stunning show. And with husband Guy Ritchie and children Lourdes, Rocco and David among the audience, the night was certainly a family affair.

    In an energetic performance – including skipping and break-dancing as well as her usual high-powered dance routines – Madonna performed a selection of hits old and new. Songs such as Vogue, Into The Groove and opening number Candy Shop had the 40,000 strong crowd dancing and singing along.

    As well as this, fans were treated to 16 dancers, a 12-piece band, eight costume changes and an incredible £1 million of jewellery. Meanwhile, large video screens allowed for appearances from US rappers Pharrell Williams and Kanye West, along with Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake. The Sexyback singer dueted with Madonna on their recent hit 4 Minutes.

    The Sticky & Sweet tour continues on Tuesday, in Nice, and continues around Europe. London-based Madonna returns to the UK on September 11, to rock Wembley Stadium.


  4. Hello, boyos: Madonna kicks off the first leg of her world tour

    The undisputed Queen of Pop has kicked off her latest world tour with a dazzling and extremely athletic performance in Cardiff.

    Madonna took the stage at the 75,000 capacity Millennium Stadium on Saturday night for the first date of her Sticky and Sweet tour.

    The decadent show, which involved £1million of jewellery, saw her perform many of her greatest hits as well as indulging in eight costume changes.

    Exactly one week after her 50th birthday, the pop superstar arrived onstage dressed in a Givenchy outfit in a vintage white American car for the first section of the four-part show.

    Labelled 'Pimp', the opening sequence was recently described by the Material Girl's publicist as a homage to '1920s deco and modern day gangsta pimp'.

    Madonna followed up that segment of the concert with Old School, a tribute to the urban dance music of early 1980s New York, the environment from which her star first rose.

    The remaining two sections, Gypsy and Rave, saw the toned singer defy her age by continuing to deliver a high-energy performance over a two-hour concert.


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