After a three-month delay following a June hospitalization which prompted the postponement of a North American touring leg, Madonna began her long-awaited Celebration outing tonight (Oct. 14) at London’s O2 Arena. The 27-song show was split into five acts, each with pre-recorded introductions, and included a number of tracks Madonna hasn’t performed live in many years.
Among them were opener “Nothing Really Matters,” which hasn’t been seen since 1999, “Bad Girl” and “Rain,” aired for the first time since 1993, “Bedtime Story,” played for the first time since 1995, and “Into the Groove,” which had been absent since 2009. As has been common on Madonna tours for decades, numerous
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