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Madonna laughs off-stage fall during Seattle concert

Pop icon Madonna proved that she is still the queen of showbiz as she shrugged off a stage fall during her Celebration tour in Seattle on Tuesday night. The 64-year-old singer was performing her classic hit “Open Your Heart” when a dancer who was supposed to drag her across the stage in a chair accidentally tripped and dropped her, causing her to land on her back.

Madonna, who is known for her professionalism and resilience, quickly got up and continued singing, but not without forgetting the lyrics for a moment. She later joked about the incident with the audience and moved on with the show, which featured songs from her latest album Madame X and her extensive catalog of hits.

The fall was captured on video by some of the fans who attended the concert at the KeyArena, and it quickly went viral on social media. Many praised Madonna for her grace and humor, while others expressed concern for her well-being. Some also compared the fall to her infamous tumble at the 2015 Brit Awards, when she was yanked off the stage by a cape.

Madonna, who has been touring the world since September 2023, has not commented on the fall on her official channels. However, she did post a photo of herself on Instagram after the concert, wearing a cowboy hat and a leather jacket, with the caption “Thank you Seattle for a fabulous night! You are amazing! #celebrationtour #madamex #openyourheart”.

The Celebration tour, which marks Madonna’s 40th anniversary in the music industry, is set to conclude in Los Angeles on March 4, 2024. The tour has received rave reviews from critics and fans alike, who have praised Madonna’s creativity, energy, and charisma. The tour has also been a commercial success, grossing over $200 million and selling out most of the venues.

Madonna, who is widely regarded as one of the most influential and successful artists of all time, has sold over 300 million records worldwide and won numerous awards, including seven Grammys, two Golden Globes, and an Oscar. She is also a humanitarian and an activist, supporting various causes such as AIDS, children, women, and LGBTQ rights. 🌟

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