The greatest hits tour by Madonna will commemorate her 40-year career.

Madonna sent her fans into a frenzy on Tuesday morning when she revealed that she will embark on a world tour to commemorate her 40-year career. This announcement came after much rumor and tease on social media.

The disclosure was made in an NSFW video that was uploaded to her YouTube channel. The five-minute clip, which starred celebrities like Jack Black, Dido, Meg Stalter, and Judd Apatow, reproduced a moment from the artist’s ground-breaking 1991 documentary “Truth or Dare.”

Amy Schumer challenges the Grammy-winning singer to embark on “a world tour and play your greatest motherf—-ing songs” towards the conclusion of the clip.

The response is, “F—k yeah,” As the opening synth notes of “Vogue” get louder and louder and the entire room erupts in jubilation, Madonna replies.

The Bridgestone Super Bowl XLVI Halftime Show included a performance by Madonna on February 5, 2012, in Indianapolis, Indiana.
The Bridgestone Super Bowl XLVI Halftime Show included a performance by Madonna on February 5, 2012, in Indianapolis, Indiana. case

The international music icon stated in a statement, “I am eager to explore as many songs as possible in hopes of giving my fans the show they have been waiting for.

On July 15, the 35-city world tour will get underway in Vancouver, Canada, before continuing on to several other North American, British, and European destinations like Barcelona, Paris, and Stockholm.

The Queen of Pop’s artistic journey across four decades will be presented to spectators on the Celebration Tour, which is scheduled to end on December 1 in Amsterdam. According to a press release, it would also “pay tribute to the city of New York where her career in music began.”

the release of tickets Jan. 20 at 10 a.m. local time on Friday. With a pre-sale beginning on Tuesday at 12 p.m., legacy members of Madonna’s Official Fan Club can skip to the front of the line.

The 64-year-old artist’s most recent remix compilation landed at No. 8 on Billboard’s Sept. 3 chart, making her the only woman to have a top 10 album in each decade since the 1980s early last year.

Madonna’s 23rd album to make it into the Top 10 in the country was “Finally Enough Love.”

The high-energy synth-pop dance song “Gambler,” which was featured in the 1985 Matthew Modine film “Vision Quest,” was announced for global digital distribution in December by the best-selling female solo touring artist of all time.

The 40-year-old song quickly rose to the top of the Israeli iTunes chart and was among the top 10 songs downloaded in the United Kingdom, France, Spain, Brazil, and Portugal.

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