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  1. Joanna

    Performance

    I’ve been following him ever since he did CT and he’s SUCH a stan I’m sure he’ll be reacting to everything Madonna as long as there’s material haha
  2. Joanna

    Discussion

    Who else could
  3. Joanna

    Single

    I love this so much the lyrics are beautiful and depressing
  4. Wow, awesome ranking tbh. I actually agree otherwise but would change Drowned and MDNA the other way around cos I just love MDNA tour so much
  5. She already changed the start time from 8:30 to 10:30 and still being two hours late IS just disrespectful. There’s no excuse for that. Plus her reaction being this instead of just apologizing
  6. Bitch has officially lost her mind. The concert ended at 2:45am
  7. Joanna

    Event

    Santa Baby Sooner or Later I’m Going Bananas
  8. Joanna

    Game

    Physical Attraction VS I Know It Shoo-Bee-Doo VS Like a Virgin Live to Tell VS Jimmy Jimmy Like a Prayer VS Act of Contrition Back in Business VS Now I'm Following You (Part I) In This Life VS Bye Bye Baby Love Tried to Welcome Me VS Survival Skin VS The Power of Goodbye Paradise (Not For Me) VS Impressive Instant Easy Ride VS Love Profusion Isaac VS Jump Incredible VS Spanish Lesson (equally shit)  Gang Bang VS Best Friend Veni Vidi Vici VS Rebel Heart God Control VS Bitch I'm Loca
  9. Joanna

    I feel like I heard the Angelfire rumour years and years ago already Someone’s bored spreading that around again
  10. How high did she chart with it last year then?
  11. Joanna

    Everyone on twitter is going all ”I thought that was Jeffree Star”
  12. Who the fuck even is Poppy
  13. Madonna Gets $10 Million Start on Madame X Tour With Brooklyn Theater Shows After touring arenas and stadiums for much of the last four decades, Madonna is experimenting with a new format for her live shows, playing mini-residencies in theaters around the world. The Madame X Tour kicked off with a sold-out 16-show run at Brooklyn’s Howard Gilman Opera House (the theater is one of many facilities at BAM, the Brooklyn Academy of Music). Averaging less than 2,000 seats per night, Madonna played to intimate audiences over the span of a month. According to figures reported to Billboard Boxscore, the shows combined to gross $9.6 million and sold 31,401 tickets. Broken out by month, Madonna’s nine shows in September grossed $5.5 million (17,708 tickets), followed by seven shows from Oct. 1-12 that earned $4.1 million (13,693 tickets). That averages out to $601,985 and 1,963 tickets per show. Playing such intimate shows means that the extended stay at each venue is necessary in order to capture the wide-ranging audience that Madonna has previously been able to reach in just one or two shows per city. Her last venture in New York was a two-show stint at Madison Square Garden, where she grossed $5.2 million and sold 28,371 tickets on the 2015-16 Rebel Heart Tour. Further, she hit Yankee Stadium on Sept. 6 and 8, 2012, pulling in $12.6 million from 79,775 tickets -- more than twice the attendance of her 2019 theater run, playing one-eighth of the shows. Tickets for the new tour ranged from $757 on the high end to $50. Based on the New York stint’s final figures, the average ticket sold for $306.73 -- a sharp increase from her career average of $115.81. For a more comparative look, excluding the 1980s and '90s before ticketing exploded in the new millennium, Madonna averaged $125.46 in the 2000s and $147.33 in the current decade. Averaging as many as 41,000 fans per night on the 2008-09 Sticky & Sweet Tour, Madonna had the flexibility of charging a more reasonable ticket. But with fewer than 2,000 tickets to sell each night in 2019, she’s experimenting with higher prices. Though reports through Madonna’s 1993 The Girlie Show World Tour remain incomplete, the Queen of Pop has racked up an incredible $1.3 billion gross from 11.5 million tickets over 516 reported shows, making her the second highest-grossing soloist in the history of Billboard Boxscore (she is the highest-grossing female artist, while Bruce Springsteen is No. 1 overall). The Madame X Tour continues with seven dates in Chicago through Oct. 28, followed by multi-show runs in six additional U.S. cities and three European legs. With about 75 shows to go, smart math projects the tour to wrap in the $50 million-$55 million range. But as many of the upcoming venues are larger than the theater at BAM (Chicago Theatre holds 3,500 and The Colosseum at Caesars Palace tops 4,000 seats), the final gross could stretch past $60 million before its March 8, 2020, close at Paris’ Le Grand Rex. https://www.billboard.com/articles/business/chart-beat/8540198/madonna-madame-x-tour-grosses-brooklyn-shows?utm_campaign=2019-10-23&utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_term=biz_breakingnews
  14. Yeah they’re postponing or cancelling all the first shows it seems
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