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Madonna delays her Rebel Heart tour

2015-05-23 08:00
 
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Los Angeles - Madonna has delayed the start of her tour to make sure it is "perfect".

The Like A Virgin singer who was set to kick off her Rebel Heart world tour in August - has pushed back her first performances by almost two weeks but has assured fans it will be "worth the wait".

According to Entertainment Weekly, she said in a statement: "As my fans already know, the show has to be perfect. Assembling all the elements will require more time than we realised. I apologise for any inconvenience this may cause my fans. I can promise you this show will be worth the wait. Can't wait to share it with all my Rebel Hearts out there."

The tour is now set to open with a concert in Montreal, Canada, on 9th September, with her 29th and 30th August and 2, 5th and 6th September shows in Atlanta, Miami and San Juan all having beed moved to late January 2016.

While the 56-year-old singer is busy putting the finishing touches to her show, she is also reported to have been spending time filming a secret music video with Rita Ora.

Madonna and the 24-year-old star are said to have made a "real connection" when they met at various showbiz events and have started working together on the hushed up project.

A source recently said: "It's an incredible coup for Rita to do a vid with Madonna and shows how big she is becoming in the States. They met at showbiz events but had a real connection so Madonna asked her to do it. Rita changed her schedule to be able to do it in an instant."

Blondes having more fun! ??#rebelhearts

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