Madonna Tour 2015 Slated After 30-Year Hiatus

By DV Pre | 2 years ago
Madonna Tour 2015 Slated After 30-Year Hiatus

Nobody does it like the “Queen of Pop” herself! Everyone just got super excited when news about a Madonna Tour 2015 exploded in the internet this week. Everyone's favorite "Material Girl" is reportedly back after a 30-year hiatus.

Unfortunately, details of the upcoming world tour are yet to be discussed, but the 56-year-old singer was expected to be all set after the release of her latest album.


A source from Mirror says that the 2015 Madonna tour will be "very special" as the singer will play on 88 dates around the world.

"This is going to be one very special tour. Madonna wants to pull out all the stops, especially because it is 30 years since the Virgin Tour. Like her 2012 MDNA tour, where she played 88 dates in places including Europe, South America and Asia, Madge will be travelling the world. Once the new record is finished she can concentrate on the concerts," a source tells Mirror.

We totally cannot wait for her latest album and tour. To speed up the process, the pop icon sought help from One Republic's Ryan Tedder to pen some of her songs in the much-awaited album, as reported by Digital Spy.

"Madonna knows that in order to stay relevant she has to keep reinventing herself and push boundaries. The new tour will show a side of her that no one has seen before," the insider added.

Tedder claims that Madonna's latest music offering is "her best stuff in more than a decade."

Despite the singers' attempt to keep things in the down low, two tracks from her album, "Rebel Heart" and "Wash Over Me" were leaked online.

The singer took to Instagram and posted a broken iPod to express her frustration on the leaked tracks.

“This broken ipod is a symbol of my broken heart! That my music has been stolen and leaked! I have been violated as a human and an artist! #f**kedupshit,” she wrote.

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