Madonna Confirms Oldies for 'Rebel Heart Tour,' Explains Her Odd Instagram Posts
Andy Cohen is guest editor of Entertainment Weekly, so it's not surprising that he used the occasion to nail down his favorite diva, Madonna, for their first-ever interview.
Andy Cohen excitedly shows off his issue of Entertainment Weekly. [Cred: Larry Busacca/Getty Images]
In the piece, Andy gets the usually forward-thinking Madonna to confirm four old favorites of hers that will definitely be heard on her "Rebel Heart Tour," which kicks off in Montreal on September 9. After reassuring Andy that he will be hearing "Holiday" (1983), "Dress You Up" (1985), "Who's That Girl" (1987), and "Vogue" (1990), Madonna clammed up on confirming anything else from the setlist of the tour, which is expected to be weighted toward material from her latest studio album, "Rebel Heart."
"I could live without it. But it's an important part of my work now. I like to think of it as a kind of art gallery for my thoughts, my dreams, my wishes, my state of mind. Can't ignore social media."
Though Madonna says she was "kinda bummed" to have to miss Taylor Swift's "1989 Tour," she teases that she almost did—and may yet do—another performance with Taylor. She refuses to go into detail, saying, "I'm not gonna tell you because we might still do it."
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