Madonna poses with 'lover' as she adds eight more dates to global Celebration Tour
LOSANGELES, CALIFRONIA: In preparation for her next world tour, Madonna is ready to rock. The 64-year-old music legend displayed several stances while sitting down next to her guitar in her most recent video, including sticking her tongue out against the fretboard of the instrument.
The Queen of Pop posed the question, "Is it possible to fall in love with your guitar?" in the caption of her Instagram post. The singer of 'Material Girl', who also announced the addition of eight more dates to her much-awaited Celebration Tour, looked chic in a statement-making, oversized button-up and no trousers. The vibrant green, however, emphasized her flaming red hair that cascaded over her shoulders.
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The 'Like A Virgin' hitmaker wore a huge, voluminous bomber jacket over the neon green shirt dress. Only her edgy, fishnet stockings and a kneeling position with her guitar visible on the bottom revealed her identity.
The actress wore a pair of vintage, wraparound shades with an all-black color scheme despite appearing to be in a studio or rehearsal environment. She accentuated her glowing beauty with a subtle makeup look that featured her current go-to - a mauve pink, glossy pout. She added more jewelry to her outfit, including a stunning pendant necklace adorned with diamonds and a set of gold cross earrings.
The performer revealed earlier this year that she would go on a global tour to honor her long career.
40th-anniversary tour will take her to more than 35 cities
A selection of Madonna's best singles from each of the four decades of music m is scheduled to be performed throughout the Celebration Tour. She stated in her initial statement that her 40th-anniversary tour in 2023 will take her to more than 35 cities around the world, as reported by DailyMail.
'The show they have been waiting for'
Since then, she has pleasantly delighted her followers by adding tour dates and stops in other locations around North America and Europe. On July 15, she will launch her twelfth concert tour in Vancouver, where she will pay tribute to her legendary career and her legacy of hits spanning four decades. On December 6, the Celebration Tour will come to a finale in London. Madonna released a statement at the time of her announcement in January, saying, "I am excited to explore as many songs as possible in hopes to give my fans the show they have been waiting for," as reported by Mywille.