Madonna: The MDNA Tour (2013 TV Special)
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When the issue was first raised last year, a representative for Madonna told HuffPost, "Madonna would rather cancel her show than censor her art," adding, "Her entire career, she has fought against people telling her what she can and cannot do. She's not about to start listening to them now."
With the release of her film “Madonna: The Mdna Tour,” which chronicles her time on tour, Madonna has been forced to comment on her use of the weapons again.
In a weekend interview with "Good Morning America," Madonna defended the choice. Take a look at the video above at the 1:45 mark. "That would be like asking people to not have guns in action movies," Madonna said when asked if
The singer stepped out at the screening of "Madonna: The Mdna Tour" - a documentary that chronicles her top-grossing 2012 world tour - on Tuesday in New York City, where she talked to Access Hollywood about working with daughter Lourdes Leon, 16, and son Rocco Ritchie, 12.
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Joined by her boyfriend Brahim Zaibat, Madge looked lovely in a black top hat and full tuxedo as she greeted her fans and members of the press.
Meanwhile, Kelly brought her main man Matthew Mosshart along for the ride and got all gussied up in some duds reminiscent of Madonna’s style back in the 1980s.
Also in the house were stars like Carol Alt, Caroline Rhea, Nicky Hilton, Andy Cohen, Beth Ortosky, and Jourdan Dunn.
The Queen of Pop channeled Marlene Dietrich's iconic "Morocco" look in men's trousers, a tuxedo jacket and top hat. As Madonna later pointed out, it was an inspired choice (if one the star has previously embraced throughout her career) as Dietrich herself was present at the Paris Theatre's 1948 opening.
An unseasonably chilly rainstorm did little to deter the throng of die-hard fans, who huddled outside the theater for hours in advance of Madonna's arrival. Also in attendance at the premiere, which was hosted by the Cinema Society and Dolce & Gabbana, were Kelly Osbourne, Nicky Hilton, Martha Stewart, Andy Cohen and longtime Madonna pal Debi Mazar, among other celebs.
The film itself, which makes its Epix debut on
Donning a fitted black tux and top hat, the Material Girl hammed it up for the shutterbugs outside the Paris Theatre before heading inside for the main event.
The show features concert footage, shot primarily in Miami during the ageless singer's Mdna tour, which Madge describes as “My show is a journey…the journey of a soul from darkness to light. It is part cinematic musical theatre – part spectacle and sometimes intimate performance art. It is journey from anger to love and from chaos to order. There are good guys and bad guys to help illustrate this point. Sometimes I play both. It must be watched with an open heart from beginning to end. I am sure if it is viewed this way,
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