I love seeing Madonna live and watching her krump will be well worth the insanely priced ticket. The Sun reports Madge is learning the "cool hip-hop dance based on body-popping and breakdancing" for her upcoming tour. Along with some serious dance moves during a recreated Studio 54â€™s scene, other parts of the concert are to be themed as Oriental And Eastern, and American Land. Here's a cute pic of Madge with Lourdes. They both look so put together.
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From The Sun article:
I HAVE managed to obtain the first details of MADONNAâ€™s forthcoming world tour.
And if you thought re-Invention was special, this one is shaping up to be even more spectacular.
Her Madjesty is recreating wild scenes from notorious New York nightclub Studio 54 â€” famous for its debauched antics and drug-fuelled dancing in the Seventies.
The Queen of Pop is even learning to krump â€” a cool hip-hop dance based on body-popping and breakdancing.
And I reckon krumping â€” also known as clowning after its inventor, hip-hop dancer Tommy The Clown â€” could be as big as the Vogue craze she started in the Eighties.
The dance featured in Rize, a documentary by film-maker David LaChapelle.
A source said: â€œMadonna has been practising krumping ever since she filmed the videos to Hung Up and Sorry.
â€œIt started as un underground dance in gangland LA and Madonna now wants to make it her own.
â€œMadge has ordered a unique spinning platform to be designed so she and her dancers can recreate Studio 54â€™s extravagant scenes.
â€œShe has also ordered dozens of disco balls to decorate the stage with authentic Seventies lighting.â€?
The show will open with a Disco Queen section, featuring girls in sparkling suits, male dancers dressed as pimps and more dancers roller-skating.
Another section, American Land, will indulge Madonnaâ€™s obsession with horses, with video walls showing footage of her riding scantily clad in the pouring rain.
A third part, Oriental And Eastern, will see Madonna joined on stage by a Kabbalah singer to perform a remix of her brilliant album track Isaac.
One section will have a Parkour specialist â€” the wacky sport on the BBC promotional film with a bloke running across London rooftops. Madge will also showcase some new music, if her label Warner give the go-ahead.
And I have the provisional setlist on above right to prove it.
Producer STUART PRICE has been working on Keep The Trance and History, which I hear are both killer tracks, and he has completely reworked Erotica and Whoâ€™s That Girl, which are almost unrecognisable.
Madonna has had her wardrobe designed by old allies Jean Paul Gaultier and Dolce & Gabbana, with her jewellery and accessories by Lacroix.
Madge has been locking herself away for 13 hours a day perfecting her routines for her most dance-oriented show ever.
She has also started a strength-building diet and is jogging to get into shape for the gruelling two-hour shows which kick off in LA this May.