This is wild!!
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The audience members at Madonna's Taipei, Taiwan concert are the envy of fans everywhere!
That's because on Thursday night's Rebel Heart concert, Madge did the unthinkable and performed her 1994 hit Take a Bow — for the first time EVER in concert!
This mid-tempo pop ballad from her Bedtime Stories was a huge success when it was released, becoming her eleventh No. 1 single on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Since the song isn't the easiest to sing live, the Queen of Pop has only performed it a handful of times — her last public performance was at the 1995 American Music Awards with Babyface.
After Thursday's performance, the singer admitted she "hit a few bad notes, but it felt good to sing it." AH-Mazing!
Hopefully, this means we won't have to wait another two decades for Madge to perform the track again! LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out the historic performance (below)!!!
Tell 'em how you really feel, Blake Shelton!
Not that the county singer is one to hold back anyway, but he really let his frustrations be known on Thursday when he took to Twitter to say how annoyed he is with the tabloids being all up in his business.
Welcome to Hollywood!
During his most recent rant, the southern boy vented about published stories that he says aren't true:
Derek Zoolander always looks camera ready, but the model looks really, really ridiculously good looking as a Barbie doll!
Zoolander slayed several different custom made doll outfits in the pictures, which show he and Barbie having an L.A. "staycation" together!
The two beauties get pressed juice, hike, hit up Soul Cycle, and do just about every other Instagram-able L.A. activity you can think of.
But things got cray when Derek challenged Ken to a "who wore it best" walk-off — do we sense a little competition between the two pretty boys!?
In a recent interview, Sofia admitted she's a-okay with a little old fashioned catcalling, especially now that she's getting older. In fact, the actress is really going to miss all the hoots and hollers over her hot bod!
Speaking on why objectification is no biggie, Vergara explained:
"I've never understood why women get so offended. I just don't believe in all that drama, which is why I've made a joke out of it. I am secure enough not to take it all that seriously, and I like to laugh at myself."
Hmm. While we're glad that S.V. doesn't feel intimidated by unsolicited attention, we know a lot of women do. Remember all those videos women have made over the past years expressing their discomfort over the issue?
The cover girl added:
"My husband was a male stripper in Magic Mike XXL – do you think he was offended?"
Interesting take! A movie is a little different than unwanted attention when walking down the street, though…
Not only does Sofia not understand why objectification is wrong, but she also expressed major remorse over aging:
The cute couple was caught on camera rolling up to Sunset Towers in the same car, and the Pirates of the Caribbean alum was behind the wheel!
An eyewitness says the pop princess and the actor were even holding hands during the drive! How cute!
And they weren't the only famous faces at the El Lay hot spot! Outside the restaurant, the singer and the gorgeous guy stopped to chat it up with Jason Bateman and his wife, Amanda Anka!
While they were walking inside, the 39-year-old also held the door for his new lady love! What a gentleman!
They're such a pretty pair, but to you think they will last? SOUND OFF in the comments!
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Paris has always been a staple location for filming movies, but the city saw a lull in production after getting rocked by terror attacks last November.
But with major film shoots lined up for the first months of 2016, the City of Light is gearing up for a rebound!
Fifty Shades Darker — one of 2017's most anticipated blockbusters — is scheduled to shoot for several days in Paris!
But American blockbusters aren't the only films getting Parisian — Bollywood film Befikre will shoot for 13 weeks in France, 10 of which will be in Paris.
While no major projects were canceled or delayed in the wake of the attacks, producers voiced their support to the Ile-de-France Film Commission to ensure their enthusiasm for filming in the city.
Deputy director of the commission Stephane Martinet said: