Madonna Feels Like 'The Luckiest Girl' In Gratitude Message Ahead Of Tour

Madonna Feels Like 'The Luckiest Girl' In Message To Fans Ahead Of Tour

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By Afouda Bamidele on January 23, 2023 at 7:45 PM EST

Madonna is grateful to her fans ahead of her recently announced world tour.

Over the weekend, the general tickets got released for purchase, and as expected, fans met the gesture with an overwhelming presale demand. Therefore, the "Vogue" singer took to her social media to dedicate a sweet message of gratitude to her supporters.

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Madonna Thanked Loyal Fans For Massive Show Of Support

In a recent update shared to her millions of followers, the "Like a Virgin" crooner posted a video with an accompanying caption that read, "Thank you," followed by different celebratory emojis.

The Instagram post dedicated to her fans showed Madonna wearing a black laced bra with wine pants that had multiple design patterns on them. She leaned close to the camera, which showcased her curly ginger hair, diamond necklaces, and flawless makeup- a gorgeous orange-toned eyeshadow, blue-colored eye contact, red blush, and dark nude lipstick.

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Madonna performing at Madison Square
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The 64-year-old began the appreciation address by thanking loyal fans for their love. She said, "I just want to say thank you to all of my fans for all of your love and support over the last few days," then followed through with how their actions made her feel by saying, "I don't take any of this for granted, I feel like the luckiest girl in the world, and I'm so grateful for all of your support."

Teasing what devoted fans can expect from her spectacular show, she continued, "I can't wait to put the show together and have a moment with each and every one of you on the stage to celebrate the last four decades of my journey, and I don't take any of this for granted."

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Without wasting time, her followers rushed to the comments to note their readiness for the upcoming show. One follower wrote, "As always I will be there with my bestie @eldeskisiadopr ?? We love you so much @madonna ❤️❤️ We are ready for another amazing Iconic Tour! GRACIAS!!!."

A second fan noted, "Congratulations Love! There is only one Madonna and thank you for your art and contribution to music and culture ???." A third commentator admitted, "Love you Queen ❤️Thank you for bringing us good music after 40 years." Celebrities like Diplo, Jeremy Scott, and Andy Cohen also shared their excitement about the tour in the comment section.

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Madonna's gratitude speech comes after The Blast reported on her big celebration world tour announcement. Fans had been speculating that the "4 Minutes" singer was set to make a big 40th-anniversary statement when she wiped her Instagram page of all posts, which she eventually did with a video upload that was precisely her vibe.

In this clip, she sat amongst famous friends such as Lil Wayne, Jack Black, and Amy Schumer, whom she asked to play the "truth or dare" game. Schumer answers in return, "I dare you to do a world tour with your greatest hits," which leads everyone around the table to start singing.

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However, Madonna hesitates because she wonders if people would come to a tour in 2023 where she sings her new but also old songs. Most of the stars in the room agreed that it was a no-brainer. So, in the end, she replied yes, then finished the speech with "80s, 90, 2000s, 2010s, four decades of me."

Madonna On Her Struggle To Balance Career And Motherhood: 'It's The Toughest Battle'

As fans might know, the "Frozen" singer has six kids - Lourdes, Rocco, David, Mercy, Stelle, and Estere — both from her previous marriages and some adopted. While she has done a tremendous job raising her children, the pop icon acknowledged that it was challenging to balance her career and having children simultaneously, as detailed by The Blast.

During an interview with Vanity Fair in its Italy issue, Madonna discussed her parenting struggles and being a successful artist. She said, "It was the hardest thing, the toughest battle. It was perhaps the most complicated clown performance to handle."

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She continued, "Even today, I struggle to understand how to be a mother and do my job. Because however, it goes, whoever you are, having children and raising children is a work of art. And nobody gives you a manual. You have to learn from your mistakes. It is a job that takes a lot of time. And it is tiring because there's never rest."

The Grammy winner further expressed that she was glad that her kids found ways to discover their art themselves instead of forcing it down as a legacy, but she admitted that she exposed them to art and music. Finally, she added that she's proud of her kids.

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