The Immaculate reports from Paris second Show
Here’s your reporter from France back to you after this magnificent show of the re-Invention tour in Paris Bercy.
This show was very energetic and Madonna had a special vibe. The audience was hotter than yesterday and this was tangible already from the usual pre-concert “ola”.
The special guest tonight was Luc Besson, the director of Madonna latest video Love Profusion. He attended with his family and friends, and was seated very close to us.
At the end of Express Yourself Madonna threw her military beret to the people in the first rows. Apparently no one catched it because it fell in the space that divided the stage from the crowd.
Then in Burning Up she did something so wild. She was as usual down her knees while guitar player Monte Pitman was doing his solo part of the song and she literally licked Monte’s finger while he was playing. In Material Girl she then let the the audience sing almost the whole song while near the end an orange baloon was floating up the the first rows.
In Don’t tell me she asked the crowd to sing along and the French themed backdrop and music were there today as well. In Like a Prayer she asked: Don’t you like dancing? I wanna see everybody standing up!
while in Mother and Father she spoke to the public in French asking if they were having a good time: Est que vous v’amusez bien çe soir? Moi aussi!
For Imagine she explained the public that: “I didn’t write this song but I wish I had. It has very simple lyrics but the simple things in life are always difficult while the audience had their lighters on to accompany the song.
For Papa Don’t Preach she wore again the Kabbalists do it better one and at the end of the song she thanked French fans to be so supportive: Vive la France! I do wanna say thanks to all people in France. Last year when my American Life album was deemed anti-american radios refused to play it. But not France. Thanks
As you know tomorrow is a tour day off so that everyone, Madonna, the band, the dancers and all of us fans can rest to regain energies and give our best in the last two shows in Paris.
See you soon.
Kisses from Paris