On December 11 2009, Madonna’s official website announced that Revolver would be released as the second single from the deluxe edition of her greatest hits collection, Celebration. The digital maxi-single would be released on December 29th, with the CD maxi-single hitting North American stores in late January and a vinyl 12″ following in early February 2010. This would be Madonna’s final single release under her contract with Warner Bros. Records.
On December 3 2009, the 52nd Annual Grammy Award nominations were announced, including Madonna’s Celebration in the Best Dance Recording category. Other nominees in the category included Britney Spears, The Black Eyed Peas, Lady Gaga and David Guetta.
On September 22 2009, Madonna and Nathan Rissman’s I Am Because We Are documentary was released on DVD.
On August 6 2009, Madonna performed her Sticky & Sweet Tour in Helsinki, Finland. Madonna performed for a sold out crowd of 85,354 fans, generating $12,18,455 in ticket sales.
Did you like the changes made to the 2009 version of the tour?
On July 31 2009, the title track from Madonna’s Celebration (greatest hits album) was made available for download on iTunes.
On May 30 2009, Madonna attended the second annual Vueve Clicquot Manhattan Polo Classic polo match on Governor’s Island in New York.
She was joined by designer Marc Jacobs, photographer Steven Klein and her children Rocco and David.
The event raised money for Prince Harry’s organization supporting orphans with AIDS in the African nation of Lesotho.