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.'
Pop icon Madonna Veronica Cicone or simply known as Madonna apologized to her Aussie fans for canceling her MDNA tour concert series in Australia. The gig was supposed to take place in January 2013 as her first Down-Under stint in 20 years.
The used-to-be Material Girl, who now turns into a full-pledge mom, spoke to her fans by posting an audio message on her website because she believed that it was more direct and personal than a letter. "So, I just want to say to all of my Australian fans that I am really and truly sorry to have disappointed you, and that's something that I don't feel very good about," she began.
"I know the last time I was on tour, I missed Australia as well, and I can promise you in my heart of hearts that it was my intention to come again, but like the last time, my children are my first priority. I have two scales that I have to weigh in front of me - my job as a singer and entertainer, and my job as a mother," she went on.
Then, she continued, "Because my children are older, I can't take them on the road with me everywhere," and "I have to spend more time away from them and at the end of the year I really feel that I would be an irresponsible parent if I didn't stop my tour and spend time with them."
"My daughter's going to be leaving home soon, she's almost 16 years old," she said before finishing off the whole statement, "Please forgive me and know that when I do come to Australia, I will have made the wait worth your while and I will put on the greatest show on Earth. I haven't forgotten about you."
Meanwhile, there's a rumor suggesting that Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera will appear in her MDNA world tour on October 10 and on October 11 respectively. While fans of these three awesome artists have been going gaga about the whole idea, the 2003 VMAs reunion is denied by Maddys representative in a statement to Gossip Cop.