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Maddy wants to spend more time with her children, saying, 'I really feel that I would be an irresponsible parent if I didn't stop my tour.'
Madge dedicates her performance of 'Masterpiece' to the British singer who once called her 'fairground stripper,' claiming, 'I know he's a big fan of it.'
Nine Russian activists claimed they were offended by her public campaign to support gay rights during her August 9 concert.
Florence and the Machine and Jason Segel are also set to compete against Madge, Blige and O'Connor in grabbing the coveted Best Original Song prize.
During her concert in St. Petersburg, Madge urges her devotees to support the LGBT community, asking them, 'If you're with me, I want to see your pink arm bands!'
Having her back written with the words 'PUSSY RIOT', Madge urges Russian government to free the feminist punk rock band, who were arrested for protesting against Vladimir Putin.
The 'Candle in the Wind' hitmaker claims Madge has lost her charm and is now nothing more than 'a f***ing fairground stripper' due to her dance music.
A representative for Madonna explains that her recent 45-minute show in Paris was 'not billed as her full MDNA concert.'
After a short 45-minute set, disappointed fans in Paris call Madonna a 'sl*t' and demand for refunds.
Pop icon Madonna says that the appearance of the swastika in her 'Nobody Knows Me' performance during 'MDNA' tour was chosen 'purposefully.'
This is the second time the singer has canceled plans to visit the country although her manager previously said that they would make it this time.
After Bruce Springsteen's performance with Paul McCartney was cut short last Saturday due to exceeding the curfew, Madonna has been advised to close her Hyde Park concert before the time limit.
The music video follows Madge as she escapes the paparazzi to cruise around the town and greet her devotees on the streets.
National Front party has announced that they plan to file a complaint for 'insult' in a French court next week.
The 30-second clip of 'Turn Up the Radio' music video follows Madonna as she is cruising down the streets in a convertible.