We smell a new squad in our midst!
However, it appears the epic collaborative performance gave an even cooler gift in the form of new best friends, Blue Ivy Carter and Apple Martin.
For the snap, the Oscar winner wrote:
Madonna is NOT going to be happy about this.
Over the weekend, the Material Girl's son Rocco Ritchie was reportedly photographed smoking with his friends while under his father Guy Ritchie's guardianship. Yikes!
According to The Sun, the 15-year-old was puffing on a "suspicious-looking" cigarette while hanging out in a skate park with his pals. Casual.
A source told the paper:
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)!!!
It looks like we just have to wait to find out if Rocco Ritchie will continue living with his famous father in London, or if he will return stateside to stay with his musical momma!
Apparently, the courtroom meeting has been postponed for a month.
While no reason has been given for bushing back the court date, it seems as though the pop princess' ex had already known the hearing was rescheduled.
That's because he was spotted out and about in London the same day he was initially supposed to be appearing before a judge.
While we're sad that the saga has to continue for at least another month, we hope that the hearing eventually rules in the favor of whatever is best for Rocco.
[Image via Ivan Nikolov/WENN.]
Looks like Lee Daniels isn't giving up!
For those who don't know, Sean decided to sue Daniels after he insinuated that the actor maliciously abused Madonna back in 1987. The heinous allegation has been floating around Hollywood for years.
Obviously, S.P. did not take kindly to the claim and filed a defamation suit against the mogul for $10 million dollars. Penn was so adamant about his innocence that he enlisted Madge to testify in court on his behalf back in December.
Considering the singer vehemently denied any wrong doing on her ex-husband's part, Sean's lawyer expected the case to go forward despite L.D.'s claims that the first amendment protects his right to free speech.
Now Lee has filed a motion to dismiss Mr. Penn's lawsuit all together.
The father of two's lawyer said of the latest deflection:
As we previously reported, the Material Girl's teenage son Rocco Ritchie ran away to live with his father in London at the end of last year and it's turned into quite the custody battle.
Despite the fact that both a judge and Madonna have told the 15-year-old he needs to return home to NYC, the youngster is resolved to stay in the U.K. In fact, the family has a court hearing to make a final decision on whether or not Rocco has to return living with Madge.
Awkward. So, it should be no surprise that this estrangement with her son has hit the Like A Virgin singer pretty hard.
A source revealed:
This is so difficult on a parent.
Madonna flew into the UK over the weekend to try her best to convince son Rocco Ritchie to come back to the United States and live with her in New York, but so far the 15-year-old is not interested in that.
According to reports, Rocco wishes to stay in London with his father, and Madge's ex, Guy Ritchie.
Talk about a team up!
Remakes seem to be everywhere nowadays, and honestly, we're kind of over them. Well, we thought we were until we heard about the possibility of 20th Century Fox remaking the 1967 cult classic Valley of the Dolls.
The original film is based on Jacqueline Susann's novel by the same name that featured Barbara Parkins, Patty Duke, and Sharon Tate. The famed novel follows several characters' rise and fall in the movie and theater industry.
Movieweb reports that Madonna is being eyed to play Broadway star