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Madonna Announces Dates for 'The Celebration Tour'

(CNN) -- Get ready for four decades of Madonna's hits.On Monday the superstar singer announced dates for "The Celebration Tour," which according to her site, "will take us on Madonna's artistic journey through four decades and pays respect to the city of New York where her career in music began.""I am excited to explore as many songs as possible in hopes to give my fans the show they have been waiting for," Madonna said in a statement.The tour announcement had been expected as Madonna recently scrubbed her verified Instagram account, portending big news coming.She had a cheeky bit of fun with the announcement, using some of her famous friends in a video nodding to her 1991 documentary, "Truth or Dare."In the video shared Monday, Madonna is seen playing a bit of NSFW Truth or Dare in a room with Diplo, Judd Apatow, Jack Black, Lil Wayne, Bob The Drag Queen, Kate Berlant, Larry Owens, Meg Stalter, Eric Andre and Amy Schumer.Schumer dares Madonna to go on tour to sing all her hits and the pair even end up singing a bit of Madonna's 1987 hit "La Isla Bonita" together."Wait, hold on, that's a lot of songs," Madonna says in the video. "You think people would come to that show?"The world will find out as tickets go on sale Friday for the 35 city global tour which kicks off July 15 at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, BC and will include stops in Detroit, Chicago, New York, Miami, Los Angeles.European cities tour stops will include London, Barcelona, Paris, and Stockholm before the tour wraps in Amsterdam next December.The-CNN-Wire™ & © 2023 Cable News Network, Inc., a Warner Bros.
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Madonna Announces Dates for 'The Celebration Tour'
(CNN) -- Get ready for four decades of Madonna's hits.On Monday the superstar singer announced dates for "The Celebration Tour," which according to her site, "will take us on Madonna's artistic journey through four decades and pays respect to the city of New York where her career in music began.""I am excited to explore as many songs as possible in hopes to give my fans the show they have been waiting for," Madonna said in a statement.The tour announcement had been expected as Madonna recently scrubbed her verified Instagram account, portending big news coming.She had a cheeky bit of fun with the announcement, using some of her famous friends in a video nodding to her 1991 documentary, "Truth or Dare."In the video shared Monday, Madonna is seen playing a bit of NSFW Truth or Dare in a room with Diplo, Judd Apatow, Jack Black, Lil Wayne, Bob The Drag Queen, Kate Berlant, Larry Owens, Meg Stalter, Eric Andre and Amy Schumer.Schumer dares Madonna to go on tour to sing all her hits and the pair even end up singing a bit of Madonna's 1987 hit "La Isla Bonita" together."Wait, hold on, that's a lot of songs," Madonna says in the video. "You think people would come to that show?"The world will find out as tickets go on sale Friday for the 35 city global tour which kicks off July 15 at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, BC and will include stops in Detroit, Chicago, New York, Miami, Los Angeles.European cities tour stops will include London, Barcelona, Paris, and Stockholm before the tour wraps in Amsterdam next December.The-CNN-Wire™ & © 2023 Cable News Network, Inc., a Warner Bros.
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Madonna appears to come out in LGBTQ+ video about sexuality: ‘If I miss, I’m gay’
supports HTML5 videoMadonna sure knows how to cause a stir among her fans and has done exactly that in her latest TikTok video about her sexuality. The Like A Virgin singer was in a playful mood over the weekend and took part in a popular trend on the social media app, which sees her attempting to throw a pair of knickers into a bin.If she misses, it apparently means she is gay and, well, Madonna didn’t exactly practice her aim before shooting the video. In the clip, the pop icon is seen standing in the middle of her very luxurious bathroom and throwing a pair of hot pink knickers – to match her hot pink hair, of course – into a nearby bin. However, she doesn’t make the shot and throws her hands up in the air feigning despair. ‘If I miss, I’m gay,’ Madonna captioned the video. Of course, the singer could have just been keeping up with TikTok trends and having fun with the video, but many fans have naturally questioned whether it was a reveal about her sexuality. ‘Did I just witness Madonna coming out, good for her,’ one fan questioned. ‘Did Madonna just come out? And I’m witnessing it in real time??’ another wondered.One fan said: ‘Why am i witnessing madonna’s coming out in real time.’ Another cheered: ‘I’m so glad I’m witnessing this.’ Madonna, 64, has always presented a sex-positive message in her artistry and was once asked about the idea that ‘everyone is born bisexual’ in a 1995 interview with MTV.She responded: ‘I don’t have an answer for that. I think whatever it is we should embrace it and never make ourselves or other people feel ashamed for whatever it is.’ In a recent interview, the singer joked that her favourite snack was: ‘I can’t remember his name.
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These 20 albums were essential in shaping LGBTQ culture
Music has always played an important role in creating visibility, bringing people together under one roof to shake their booties, and consoling the souls of the dispossessed.From the flamboyant outfits of Bowie and Elton to the no-minced-words approach to lyrics from Janet and Gaga, the spirit of pride has echoed through pop culture.As pride month heats up, we took upon the impossible task of rounding out the 20 most important albums to shape gay culture – an essential collection of blockbuster classics and subversive selections alike.Judy Garland, Judy at Carnegie Hall (1961)Often regarded as “the greatest night in show business history,” this two-part live recording won the Grammy for Album of the Year, making Garland the first woman to win the award. Rufus Wainwright paid homage to the legend by recreating the concert in its entirety at Carnegie Hall in 2006 (a project which he revisited in 2022 for Judy’s 100th).Elton John, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (1973)Released three years before Elton publicly came out for the first time, this masterpiece is the icon’s most popular album to date, spawning massive hits like “Bennie and the Jets,” “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road” and “Saturday Night’s Alright for Fighting.”Queen, A Night At The Opera (1975)Freddie Mercury and Co.’s high-drama magnum opus was completed a week before the band embarked on a tour to support it.
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