The Queen of pop, Madonna, is back on stage with a banger, Celebration Tour.
The highly anticipated tour kicked off with more than 20,000 attendees on Saturday night October 14, 2023 at London’s O2 Arena.
The iconic songstress, adorned with the jeweled crown, performed more than 40 of her hit tracks from her career spanning over four decades.
The hitmaker captivated her audience throughout the concert with her dance moves and era-defining beats including Ray of Light, Like A Prayer and Holiday, sealing the fact that she is really worthy of a crown.
She candidly addressed the life threatening infection that almost killed her this summer, sharing with her fans, “I didn't think I would make it - neither did my doctors.”
During the opening day of her sold out tour the vocalist recreated 17 archive costumes and is set to perform 78 shows in 15 countries for her Celebration World tour.
According to the Daily Mail, the Vogue crooner shared the stage with her daughters, Lourdes, 27, Chifundo Mercy James, 17, and Estere, 10, giving them a chance to showcase their talent in front of a large audience.
Madonna's first ever greatest hits tour promises to be "a documentary through her vast career" featuring over 40 songs as revealed by her musical director.
In an exclusive interview, Stuart Price told the BBC the show draws on four decades of archive footage and studio recordings to tell the star's story.
"A greatest hit doesn't have to be a song," he added. "It can be a wardrobe, it can be a video, or a statement."