On November 19 2003, a new wax figure model of Madonna was unveiled at Madame Tussaud’s Museum in New York City.
Have you ever seen a wax figure model of Madonna at Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum? What “version” of Madonna did you see? Did you like the interpretation?
On July 25 2001, Madonna performed the first of five sold-out concerts at New York’s Madison Square Gardens (July 25th, 26th, 28th, 30th and 31st). The set of shows were the second stop on the North American leg of the Drowned World Tour, and the seventh city visited on the full tour itinerary. The European leg consisted of only five cities, with numerous dates at each stop. Twelve cities were visited on the North American leg, all within the United States.
Being her only tour before or since to not include at least one Canadian date, many Canadian fans ventured across the border to catch a performance of the show. The Detroit dates in particular welcomed a large group of fans from Southern Ontario and the Greater Toronto area, while many Quebecers traveled to New York to see Madonna in concert, having waited nearly eight years since her previous tour.
After being graced with stops in Canada on each of her tours since, we hope that Madonna will also share the love with her loyal Australian fans by including some dates down under during her next tour!
On March 14, 2001, Madonna held open auditions for dancers for her world tour at Musical Theatre Works, New York, NY.