Pop queen Madonna kicked off her ‘Celebration’ tour on the evening of October 14, thrilling the audience with hot performances after 4 months of serious illness.
During the concert taking place at the O2 Stadium in London on Saturday night, Madonna performed a long list of hit songs in her career such as Like A Prayer , Live To Tell , Holiday … The 65-year-old star wore a series of outfits. Sexy costumes show off curves and a healthy figure, showing off seductive choreography with a cast of dancers.
Madonna on Saturday night’s music night. Photo: Splash
Many viewers wrote on Twitter that they were amazed by Madonna’s performance, from her voice to the dramatic, bold, and attractive way of staging the show, true to the singer’s style. “This is the best performance I’ve ever seen! She truly deserves the title of pop queen!”, one fan commented.
In the middle of the concert, Madonna confided to the audience that she did not think she would be able to do this after suffering a serious infection and near death in June. The female artist revealed that she had forgotten 5 days of her life. When I was in the emergency room, I had to be intubated. At that time, a family source said they were “prepared for the worst” because they were afraid Madonna would leave forever.
“I didn’t think I would survive and neither did my doctors. That’s why I woke up and saw my children sitting around me,” Madonna said. “I lost consciousness for 5 days of my life. I didn’t really know where I was. But the angels protected me and my children were there. The children saved me. If you want to know me How did I overcome it and how did I survive? It was because I thought I had to stay for my children. I had to live for them.”
Madonna said her children all came to watch her special concert. She has 6 children, including two biological children and four adopted children.
Madonna performed more than 40 songs from her musical career at the concert. Photo: Splash
Celebration is a tour celebrating Madonna ‘s singing career , originally scheduled to take place in mid-July. However, a life-threatening illness caused the female singer to postpone her plans to take time to rest and recover. restore health. Her tour kicks off on October 14 and lasts until April 2024 with 78 shows in many European and North American countries.