The 57-year-old performer started her tour in Montreal
Undoubted Queen of Pop Madonna has always been a bit of a rebel and her latest tour may be one of her most rebellious yet with an appropriate name to boot. The 57-year-old songstress kicked off her Rebel Heart Tour in Montreal this week complete with pole dancing nuns, Mike Tyson and non-stop theatrics.
The undisputed Queen of Pop began her Rebel Heart Tour in Canada
This is Madonna's World.
Pleasing the crowd no end, the iconic singer - who has been wowing audiences for over three decades - belted out a selection of old and new and even performed Material Girl from the first time since her Blonde Ambition Tour in the 1990s.
DJ and producer Diplo warmed the crowd up with an hour’s introduction set before the lady of the hour opened the show with a video in which she discussed topics including censorship and dictatorship.
Complete with multiple outfits, Madonna certainly put on a show for fans
Her entrance was as flamboyant as her fans know her personality to be and she descended on to the stage in a cage and then gave concert-goers two of the most energetic hours they may have ever seen.
Ending the show on a high note, Madonna draped a Canadian flag around her as she sang Holiday to a crowd who lapped it all up.
Her Rebel Heart album came out in March of this year and the tour continues to March 2016 where it finishes in Australia.
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