Madonna’s show to spark controversy?
Here’s an article from BBC Radio 1 online about possible controversy on Madonna‘s new tour
To read it click on Full Article as it contains Spoilers
There are reports today that Madonna’s Re-Invention tour will include the megastar being frazzled in an electric chair and is said to be quite literally her most shocking show yet.
After their MTV snog last year, it seems her Madgesty and pop princess Britney Spears are now trying to outdo each other when it comes concert controversy.
And harking back to that girl-on-girl action, Mrs Ritchie’s latest stage extravaganza will also apparently feature simulated lesbian sex when she tangos with a female dancer.
But Bush will come under fire in a big anti-war statement in her performance of ‘American Life’ – it’s claimed the sound of bombs dropping and video footage of war in Iraq will accompany the track.
If the rumours are to be believed fans can expect to see scantily clad pregnant women parading around on stage for ‘Papa Don’t Preach‘ and the electrocution scene will come in a blaze of fireworks at the end of the song ‘Lament‘ from the musical ‘Evita’.
John Lennon‘s ‘Imagine‘ will also get the Madonna treatment, with the star breaking down in tears in front of pictures of starving children while she sings the track.
Madonna recently added another date to the UK leg of the tour, with a performance at the Manchester Evening News Arena on 15 August.