July 25, 2006 06:20:11 GMT
Madonna is bringing her "Confessions" tour to network television.
Pop diva Madonna really is a high-qualified singer that NBC has planned to air her "Confessions" tour in November later this year.
Rumors on the street say that a two-hour special will be taped this summer at Wembley Stadium in London where Madonna's tour takes place. What's more, the network also is billing Madonna's special as the first-ever broadcast network performance by the Grammy-winning singer.
As for the special, it will feature songs from the singer's latest album, "Confessions on a Dance Floor," along with some of her greatest hits. Elsewhere, the "Confessions" tour, opened May 21 in the Los Angeles area, is scheduled through early September, with stops including Chicago, Montreal, New York, Boston, Rome and Paris.
In the accompanying feature, Madonna has cleared up rumors she and husband Guy Ritchie are planning to adopt a child by revealing she's actually planning to play mom to an African village. In a statement released Friday July 21st, a spokeswoman says, "Actually she is adopting a village of children. ... Madonna is participating in the building of a school and home for hundreds of kids in Malawi, Africa, and that is her current passion and commitment."