Madonna introduced a no phone and no smart watch ban at her London Palladium concert on Wednesday night.Read the full story ›
Fans said they are ‘gutted and upset’ the star has cancelled the first of 15 shows at London Palladium.Read the full story ›
The Queen of Pop celebrates her 60th birthday on Thursday.Read the full story ›
The singer shared the image of her twin girls along with a message saying "Today's blessing brought to you by Adidas!".Read the full story ›
Pop star introduces newest members of her family with a sweet snap of her holding hands with a pair of Malawian twins she has just adopted.Read the full story ›
The pop star, 58, was inside the High Court in Malawi and reportedly smiled after the ruling was announced.Read the full story ›
The singer, who has two other adopted children David Banda and Mercy James, said she was in the country for charity work.Read the full story ›
Pop star Madonna addressed Washington DC's Women's March on Saturday describing Donald Trump's inauguration as president as a "horrific moment".
"Welcome to the revolution of love," she said to the crowd of an estimated 500,000 people. "To the rebellion, to our refusal as women to accept this new age of tyranny."
In an expletive-laden speech, that was aired live on American television, she said: "It took this horrific moment of darkness to wake us the f*** up."
"Let's march together through this darkness and with each step know we are not afraid and we are not alone. We will not back down. There is power in our unity and no opposing force stands a chance in the face of true solidarity," she added.
The singer then went on to perform two of her hit records, Express Yourself and Human Nature.
After singing the praises of Hillary Clinton, the queens of pop have reacted in dismay to the shock US presidential result.Read the full story ›
Rocco Ritchie will live with his dad following a nine-month custody battle between the singer and her ex-husband.Read the full story ›