A lawyer for the singer said she does not want court proceedings over access to her son Rocco 'to continue any longer than necessary'.Read the full story ›
The pop star told fans of the "saga" over Rocco after keeping them waiting four hours for her circus-themed performance in Australia.Read the full story ›
Madonna surprised Parisians with an impromptu performance as she paid tribute to the victims of the attacks in the French capital.Read the full story ›
Pop diva Madonna return to the scene of her famous tumble and got huge cheers from the crowd when her cape was pulled off without a hitch.Read the full story ›
Madonna made an emotional speech at a concert before asking the crowd to observe a moment's silence for the victims of the Paris attacks.Read the full story ›
"B*tch, I'm Madonna," said the 56-year-old before leaving the stage.Read the full story ›
A new kind of picture-streaming by mobile phone got the approval of Madonna this evening.
The pop star is using a new app called Meerkat to promote her latest video but although that system and a rival called Periscope, are simple to use, some concerns have been raised over copyright piracy. ITV News' Consumer Editor Chris Choi reports:
Pop diva Madonna has said that she "couldn't help myself" when she flashed her bottom at the Grammys.Read the full story ›
The Queen of Pop revealed her cape was just tied too tight and she suffered whiplash after her tumble.Read the full story ›
Madonna will have laughed about falling over during her Brits performance, her former choreographer has said.
The singer was dragged backwards off a podium as a dancer tried to remove her cape at last night's awards, sparking a Twitter frenzy.
Asked how she would have reacted backstage, Carlton Wilborn told Good Morning Britain: "I think she probably would have been laughing about it and just like 'can you believe this has happened?'"
Madonna later revealed that she was "fine" after the incident, telling her Instagram followers that her cape was "too tight" and caused the fall.