The mother-of-four has a busy schedule with her career and raising a family.
But her personal trainer Nicole Winhoffer says the Material Girl is extremely dedicated and that’s how she gets and maintains such great results.
“It’s hard work, but make time and put in 110 percent and you will see results,” Nicole told Us for anyone wanting to get the pop star’s body.
“It’s not what you are doing but how you are doing it. Sweating is a direct result of performance – it means you are doing it right.” Read more
Madonna holds the record for the most successful tour by a solo artist in history
Exceptional professionalism and determination
Madonna did all the wrong things in Abu Dhabi, but proved that the title “Queen of Pop” deservedly belongs to her. Flash Entertainment, the organizer of her show, also did few things wrong, but altogether paved the way for more spectacular shows of a similar caliber to be staged in the capital of U.A.E.
Madonna is a superior performer. If we didn’t know her real age, 53, we would never guess it. During the last three decades, she mastered the dance scene and earned fame with a hard work. Read more
In the beginning of February, DubaiChronicle.com reported that Madonna would perform in Abu Dhabi in June. Tickets for the concerts were sold out in 20 minutes, organizers reported in March.
However, it seems this is not exactly so, because tickets for Madonna’s concerts are still advertised on radio and now even through the discount website Cobone. Yes, it is true; anyone can log online and buy a package of 2 tickets and one-night stay at a hotel. Moreover, there are two packages available – one regular and one golden circle, respectively for US $297 and US $624. Read more
Following news that Madonna will bring her World Tour to Abu Dhabi’s Yas Arena on June 3, Hala Abu Dhabi has announced that it will offer fully-loaded packages for concert goers.
Hala Abu Dhabi, Etihad Airways’ destination management company, has teamed up with Flash Entertainment to offer a variety of packages, available for pre-registration from February 15 and for sale from February 27, when tickets for Madonna concert will go on sale to the general public.
Packages will include tickets, ground arrangements and accommodation with hotel partners including: Grand Millennium Al Wahda; Khalidiya Al Rayhann by Rotana; Yas Viceroy Hotel; Park Rotana Hotel; Beach Rotana Abu Dhabi ; Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi Hotel and Villas Saadiyat Island; The Westin Abu Dhabi Golf Resort & Spa; St Regis Saadiyat Island Resort; Crowne Plaza Yas Island; Radisson Blu Hotel Yas Island; Yas Island Rotana; Holiday Inn; and Centro Yas Island. Read more
We asked for Madonna to come to the United Arab Emirates, and it happens just a day later thanks to the incredible power of social media!
Now, it is official: The Queen of Pop Madonna is coming to the UAE, not in Dubai, but in Abu Dhabi.
Madonna will brave the heat along with an expected audience of almost 50,000 at Abu Dhabi’s Yas Arena, Yas Island, this summer on June 3.
Tickets, priced just Dh350 to see one of the biggest names in the music business go on sale later this month on February 27 and demand is expected to be extremely high.
The singer’s show in the capital will be just her second stop on the Madonna World Tour which covers arenas, stadiums and special outdoor sights from the Plains of Abraham in Quebec to Australia, London, Paris, Milan and Berlin.
Madonna’s phenomenally successful Sticky & Sweet Tour, which began in 2008, reaffirmed her status as one of the most successful touring artists of all time. Read more
“Bad girl” Madonna, 53, danced her way back toward worldwide visibility Sunday as the halftime attraction for the Super Bowl, the annual championship game of the American National Football League, the highest level of professional football in the United States.
Madonna performed with a giant supporting cast — gladiators, acrobats, cheerleaders, drummers, a gospel choir — and a downright benign stance.
Madonna recently recorded a new album, “MDNA,” which is coming out next month and it is her first since “Hard Candy” in 2008. A football-themed video clip for her new single, “Give Me All Your Luvin’,” came out Friday, and the song started blasting across radio stations and billboards worldwide.
For the worldwide audience of her halftime show for the Super Bowl, Madonna went all out on spectacle – anything less would be dwarfed. She arrived on the field to sing “Vogue” as a gold-robed queen with a platoon of gladiators, dancing on a giant throne and doing precise, right-angle moves amid acrobats from Cirque du Soleil. “Music” brought her to the top of a bleacher-like set surrounded by more acrobatics; soon, she was assisted in cartwheels that had her head-over-heels.
As a chorus line of cheerleaders filled the stage, Madonna grabbed golden pompoms for “Give Me All Your Luvin’” which is the song from the new album. Guest raps by Nicki Minaj and M.I.A. didn’t make the song’s retro-rock any fresher.
During the Super Bowl show, Madonna wasn’t the indefatigable trouper of the past years. She measured her moves, letting her supporting cast offer distractions. As she climbed into the bleachers during “Music,” she even missed a step, though she recovered fast.
At the Super Bowl, Madonna was the party girl turned regent: a queen on her throne, a homecoming queen strutting in the bleachers, a church singer fronting a choir. At the end, the words World Peace glowed from the field in giant letters. Madonna was proffering virtue. If such super show is staged in Dubai, it will become the top attraction for millions of Middle Eastern visitors.