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Madonna’s mishap, she sings with playback

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Madonna experienced a spectacular mishap during her concert in Seattle.

Madonna, the queen of pop, didn’t have the best day during her performance in Seattle as part of her Celebration tour. The star fell from a chair on stage, and it also came to light that she was singing to playback.

The incident took place on Sunday, February 18, 2024, at the Climate Pledge Arena. Madonna was performing her hit “Open Your Heart” when one of the dancers was supposed to pull her onto a chair to the main part of the stage. Unfortunately, the chair slipped from the dancer’s hand, and Madonna tumbled to the floor. In a recording made by a fan, you can see the singer lying on her back, while her voice continues to emanate from the speakers.

However, Madonna didn’t let herself be thrown off and continued singing, getting up from the ground. She also didn’t address the fact that her secret had been revealed. Some fans, however, were disappointed that their idol wasn’t singing live but only pretending.

This isn’t the first time Madonna has had problems with stage performance. In 2015, during her performance at the BRIT Awards in London, the star fell off the stage stairs when she couldn’t remove her cloak. Then too, Madonna quickly got up and finished her song.

Madonna is currently on the Celebration tour, promoting her 17th studio album of the same title. The tour began in October 2023 in London and includes 50 concerts in 25 countries. Madonna is set to perform in Poland on March 12, 2024, in Warsaw. Tickets for this concert are already sold out.

 

Written by: Patryk Zbik

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