On August 28 1987, Madonna arrived in Paris and attended a reception at City Hall to meet French prime minister Jacques Chirac and his family; she presented him with a cheque for $85,000 to benefit AIDS charities in France.
On August 22 1987, Madonna’s Who’s That Girl hit #1 on the USA Billboard Hot 100 Single Sales chart after being on the chart for 6 weeks.
On August 15 1987, Madonna opened the European leg of the Who’s That Girl World Tour 1987 at Roundhay Park, Leeds, England.
A live bootleg CD of the concert was released by Saffron Records. The double CD, Cheap Popcorn – Leather and Lace included the following tracks:
Note: Nowhere To Hide = The Look Of Love.
On August 13 1987, Madonna appeared on the cover of Sky magazine.
On July 18 1987, Madonna appeared on the cover of the Dutch youth entertainment magazine called, Hitkrant.
On July 6 1987, Madonna performed the first of two sold-out Who’s That Girl concerts at the Montreal Forum. Madonna performed in front of 32,985 fans during the two dates (July 6 and 7).
On July 4 1987, Madonna performed her Who’s That Girl show to a sold out crowd of 50,000 fans at the CNE Stadium in Toronto, Ontario.
Peter Goddard from the Toronto Star reviewed the concert and said:
“Madonna proved that she may be a lost girl in the roads of life, like her film, but she ain’t lost when she is singing. Especially during songs like ‘Papa Don’t Preach‘, her vocal prowess was substantially notable.”