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Faraway view of the stage, showing the main runway, the three LED screens, and the semi-circular "curtain" screen hung from above.
Faraway view of the stage, showing the main runway, the three LED screens, and the semi-circular "curtain" screen hung from above.
"Sorry" saw the singer and dancers performing inside of a cage.
"Sorry" saw the singer and dancers performing inside of a cage.
The Baltimore Sun's Liz Smith singled out Madonna's "impressive guitar licks" and "ability to command the stage as a rock-chick extraordinaire" in per
The Baltimore Sun's Liz Smith singled out Madonna's "impressive guitar licks" and "ability to command the stage as a rock-chick extraordinaire" in performances such as "I Love New York".
Madonna's performance of "Live to Tell", where she hung from a cross, was negatively received by both religious groups and music critics.
Madonna's performance of "Live to Tell", where she hung from a cross, was negatively received by both religious groups and music critics.
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Singer Yitzhak Sinwani (left) lent his vocals on the song "Isaac". He also joined Madonna during some performances on the Confessions Tour.
Singer Yitzhak Sinwani (left) lent his vocals on the song "Isaac". He also joined Madonna during some performances on the Confessions Tour.
Madonna opening the Confessions Tour with a performance of "Future Lovers", the album's fourth track
Madonna opening the Confessions Tour with a performance of "Future Lovers", the album's fourth track
Madonna performing the album's second single, "Sorry", during the Confessions Tour. The song became Madonna's twelfth number one single in the United
Madonna performing the album's second single, "Sorry", during the Confessions Tour. The song became Madonna's twelfth number one single in the United Kingdom.
Madonna performing lead single "Hung Up" on the Confessions Tour. The song earned her a place in the Guinness Book of World Records.
Madonna performing lead single "Hung Up" on the Confessions Tour. The song earned her a place in the Guinness Book of World Records.