Madonna regains record of ‘Best-selling female artist of all time’
Pop superstar Madonna had her achievement re-certified by the Guinness World Records Organization on October 25, according to People.
Guinness World Records re-certified Madonna as the “Best-Selling Female Artist of All Time” after selling more than 400 million records in her 40-year career.
The female singer has held this record since 2009, followed by Rihanna, Mariah Carey, Taylor Swift and Beyoncé.
Madonna performed in London on October
On October 14, Madonna kicked off her critically acclaimed Celebration Tour at London’s O2 Arena with a 2-hour show that brought 20,000 spectators to their feet during the show. Concert.
Madonna’s children: Lourdes (27 years old), David (18 years old), Mercy (17 years old), Stella and Estere (11 years old) attended and joined their mother on stage to perform.
Madonna’s London shows were all sold out. This is the first stop on a 78-show world tour from Europe to North America, lasting until April 2024 and ending where she first became a star: New York City.
Madonna’s London shows were all sold out
The London show features epic moments with the dancers, multiple costume changes, countless aerial stunts and more. Madonna paid emotional tribute to those lost to AIDS, including her close friend, artist Keith Haring, by singing Live to Tell .
“I didn’t think I would make it. Neither did my doctors. That’s why I woke up with all my children sitting around me. But the angels protected me and my children too. there, always saving me every time. I have to live for them,” Madonna said about her health scare last summer while interacting with the audience.