Madonna performs “Express Yourself” for the first time on her tour

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Madonna replaced “ I Will Survive » by his single « Express Yourself » for the first time since the start of his new tour.

During her concert at TD Garden in Boston on Monday evening, Madonna performed her single ” Express Yourself » for the first time on his Celebration Tour.

Before performing the song, Madonna held up a bottle of New Year’s beer, declaring that she would start the year with ” gratitude » before picking up an acoustic guitar. The singer thanked her children who join her during concerts, describing them as children ” beautiful, talented, intelligent, with strong opinions “.

She joked that she wished her ” two others » are also with her, but “ they moved on “.

I am very grateful, because even though they need me as a mother, I have to admit that I need themshe declared during her concert. And I need you, and we need each other, because family is not just the one we are born into. The family is the one we create. »

After her speech, she sang a verse from the classic “ This Little Light of Mine » before intoning the second verse of “ Express Yourself “.

The acoustic rendition (which included the chorus and third verse) replaced a cover of ” I Will Survive » by Gloria Gaynor, which is usually one of the songs played at recent Madonna concerts.

The singer began the American leg of her tour in New York in mid-December. She is scheduled to perform in Toronto later this week. She will return to Madison Square Garden at the end of January.


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