Did you like Madonna Confession Tour?

Australia
October 25, 2007 6:07pm CST
I just watched Madonna Confession Tour on DVD... and it was terrific. She is an extraordinary woman who keep re-inventing herself. Probably the hardest working woman in show-business. At 49... she looks fantastic... simply because she works hard at it. She does a lot of exercise to keep fit. As for her song "hung up"... I cannot get it out of my head. laugh. It is an old Abba song which she re-worked... and sold 9 million copies of... almost a record for a single. Also saw "Wild Angel"... a short story of her extraordinary life. So... what do you think about Madonna?
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@google88 (77)
• China
2 Nov 07
so what? what she gave us is good memory,we can give our honor to she,but the present situation we must face is who the next "she" is?
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@google88 (77)
• China
2 Nov 07
so what? what she gave us is good memory,we can give our honor to she,but the present situation we must face is who the "she"is?
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• Australia
26 Oct 07
I watched Madonna confession tour on dvd as well. It was AWESOME. I love the controversial part where she sang Live to tell, where she came out with a cross. It was stunning.
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6 Dec 07
Yes, that concert is amazing, I also loved the song Gimme Gimme Gimme which is a clasic song
• Canada
4 Nov 07
I am a fan as well. I couldn't agree more with your comments about her ability to re-invent herself and how great she looks. And yes, she does work at it. David and I saw a movie with her in it where she is obviously quite advanced in her yoga practice. Yoga is something I enjoy...but do not do it consistently enough to achieve the level of proficiency she achieved. That and the fact that she is an accomplished dancer shows in how comfortable she is under her own skin and the way she moves shows it. It is great to see women who are maturing but maintaining their youthful strength, vitality and confidence. So yes, I enjoy her a lot and think she is a great role model for 'youthiness' at any age...but especially 49! By the way have you heard any more about the Dimi Moore and where it went? Been too busy to watch the entertainment shows lately. Anyway, so long for now... Raia