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Madonna to donate MDNA tour costumes for Sandy relief

Madonna is preparing to auction off a number of items used on her MDNA world tour to raise funds for those affected by Hurricane Sandy, according to U.S. reports.
The star is giving away her stage outfits including a majorette costume and a caged basque she wore during the record-breaking trek, report editors at the New York Post.
The Material Girl threw herself into the support effort for communities left devastated by the October superstorm, and she visited the neighbourhood of Far Rockaway, New York to help relief workers box up supplies for locals.
Her daughter Lourdes, who accompanied the singer on the visit, blogged earlier this week about how she was left stunned by the amount of damage caused by the storm, likening the devastation to 'the apocalypse'.

From OK! Magazine


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In a later-posted article than this, some posters are commenting on the fact that M gets little or no recognition for the chairty work she does in Africa.

How ironic, then, that at the time of writing this, no fans have written anything about M donating her costumes for a charity auction!

Pot, kettle and black spring to mind! Good on ya, M!

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