Sunday’s dancetastic celebration of love, nakedness and religion was the first of two at Rexall Place - and the only two Alberta dates on her Rebel Heart tour, which has already grossed $20 million US from just 10 concerts.
Highlights: Uh, her mere presence? Madonna released her very first album in 1983 - and we’ve had to wait 32 years for the controversial dance-pop diva to find the E-spot.
She’s not nearly as shocking as she was in the ’80s or ’90s, but the 57-year-old mother of four still proved to be a rebel at Sunday’s show.
She pole-danced with strippers 'dressed' as nuns as she sang Holy Water - a throbbing number from her 13th and latest album, Rebel Heart - which ended with a bunch of her dancers re-enacting the Last Supper.
She strummed a ukulele, while sitting on a pile of tires, as she sang True Blue. She pushed one of her male dancers from the top of a spiral staircase during HeartBreakCity, a maudlin love-gone-wrong number, also from Rebel Heart.
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