Madonna is planning to hit the road for a new tour this year (11) - and she's taking the cast of U.S. TV hit Glee with her, according to U.K. reports.
The pop superstar has performed for fans tirelessly over the last decade, staging four huge global tours since 2001.
Her last trek, the Sticky + Sweet Tour in 2008 and 2009, became the highest grossing roadshow by a solo artist in history, pulling in $408 million (£320 million).
The Material Girl is preparing to take a new show on the road later this year (11) - and she wants the stars of musical phenomenon Glee to perform with her, according to Britain's News of the World.
The publication reports Madonna is eager to use segments of last year's (10) Glee tribute episode, which featured her biggest hits, in her new concerts.
A source tells the newspaper, "Madonna wants to break records and make her career bigger than ever. And because the Glee episode featuring her music was such a hit, there are plans for the cast to appear.
"She is in amazing shape for her age but this could be her last big world tour she does for a while as she wants to concentrate on business ventures."