DrownedMadonna.com can exclusively show you the stage of Madonna's MDNA World Tour being built right now at Ramat Gan stadium in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Madonna, her dancers and crew will arrive in Tel Aviv this week. Yesterday three international technical staff employees injured during the construction of the stage. They lost their equilibrium and fall down. They were taken to the hospital, but they only had minor injuries and thay are going back to work today.
Madonna has asked and obtained permission to use an image of Brandon Bitner and other six bullying victims as part of her upcoming MDNA World Tour, the Daily Item reports.
Swedish Adamsky Film Production of Stockholm will use a photo of Brandon Bitner - who took his life at the age of 14 on November 5, 2010 due to constant bullying at Midd-West High School in Middleburg - in a video they are producing for Madonna's MDNA World Tour, and will donate $5,000 to the Susquehanna University scholarship in Brandon's name.
Katie Goodling, Brandon's cousin, confirmed Saturday the deal on the official Facebook page of R.I.P. Brandon Bitner.
Katie also revealed that it's for the Nobody Knows Me video interlude. "If anyone goes please film the performance Nobody Knows Me," she posted.
Brandon’s photo will be one of seven portraits of bullying victims to run in the Nobody Knows Me video.
Check out more on Brandon Bitner at Brandonbitner.com.
DrownedMadonna.com learned that Madonna's Gang Bang is going to be a single in the summer time!
We are very happy to hear it, since Gang Bang, along with all William Orbit's stuff, is one of the best songs from MDNA.
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Apparently, all the equipment for Madonna MDNA show arrived in Tel Aviv, Israel, two days ago.
According to Israeli press, Madonna is supposed to land in Tel Aviv on Wed May 23.
As we already reported a long time ago, Madonna's third single from MDNA is going to be Turn Up The Radio. Therefore, ignore the latest rumours!!
DrownedMadonna has now learned that Madonna wants to film a proper video for Turn Up The Radio, as Madonnarama also reported a few minutes ago. We heard that Madonna has only 3 to 4 hours to film the video, given her busy schedule, before the tour starts on May 31 in Tel Aviv.
Apparently, Madonna is having trouble finding a director that can film the video in just 3 to 4 hours. Madonna is so busy that she is even willing to shoot the video on opening day of the tour before the show begins.
Four different performance will be filmed for promotion during the opening show of Madonna MDNA World Tour in Tel Aviv, Israel, on May 31, 2012.
The four songs to be filmed to promote the tour, according to Madonnarama, are:
Madonna is trying to find time in her tour schedule to film a real video for her forthcoming single, Turn up the Radio, and not just a live performance, as reported by Madonnarama.
There will be an official Madonna party at FFF in Tel Aviv on May 25, one week before her concert - the first of her MDNA Tour - at Ramat Gan Stadium.
Her production staff, back-up dancers and singers are expected to attend the event. Even Madonna herself is supposed to be there in the vip room.
Thanks to Golan.
Madonna arrived at Nassau Coliseum in Long Island this week to start rehearsals for her MDNA Tour, Newsday.com reports. The Queen is using the elaborate stage set that will travel around the world with her. Madonna will spend plenty of time in Uniondale before her tour launches in Tel Aviv on May 31.
Judging from photos of the closed rehearsals she released on Facebook, the massive, triangle-shaped set includes two walkways for Madonna to wade into the crowd in the floor seats and an enclosed area where fans can get close to the stage. There will also be a huge three-part video screen that promoters have called the largest in the world.