Actress Jo Champa shares her thoughts about Madonna’s “Confessions Tour” on her “diary” column on the Italian Diva e Donna magazine this week.
Jo attended the friends & family show the day before the tour started in L.A. last month, and says she had a great time with “everybody singing Madonna’s old and new hits”, and that is was nice of Madonna to invite to her final rehersals not only friends and Hollywood celebrities, but also the families of the many who worked to put her new show on the road.
Now, Jo had some concerns about the show – and no, she wasn’t worried about “the cross” but it was more skeptical about the images of the “Sorry” interlude, where images of the world leaders are projected on the screens.
“Why dictators responsible of genocides like Hitler and Stalin are pictured together with contemporary leaders, including Tony Blair, George W. Bush, Silvio Berlusconi, and the Pope, as if they were all responsible of the same crimes?”, Jo asks.
No matter if any of us has the answer to this question or not, what we would like to thank Jo for, is for having actually been at the show, and sharing her opinion about something she experienced first hand.
That is not really common on the Italian press, as you may have noticed from the recent clippings. So Jo, thanks for sharing your thoughts – no matter if you think that Madonna is “excessive no matter what“!
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