Madonna to be completely naked by end of MDNA world tour

Funny story written by radiogagger

Thursday, 14 June 2012

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Tickets for Madonna tour come with a free polaroid of the Material Girl

Madonna has told friends that she will be completely stark, bollock naked by the last concert of her MDNA world tour.

Madge, 53, was condemned and mocked in equal measure last week when she made a right tit of herself when bearing her right tit, in Istanbul, Turkey.

Yesterday, in Italy, the mother of four turned her back on the audience and dropped her trousers, to show her pert derrière and black lacy underwear. She told the cheering crowd 'I never know what's going to happen when I come to Rome'.

She also told friends she has left complimentary tickets on the door for her young rival Lady Gaga - so she can see how a pro does it. A source close to the Blonde Ambition singer told us last night "Madonna is always causing a commotion. She hasn't even got started yet, when she gets into the groove things will go like a prayer and people will forget Gaga. They will say 'Who's That Girl?' lol."

The tour continues around Europe and finishes in Stringfellows nightclub, Soho, London in July. Soho is notorious as the strip capital of Europe and Madonna is determined to shed all her clothes as she returns to the city where she once lived with pub owner & film maker Guy Ritchie.

Rising fuel costs could be a factor in Madonna's decision as she tries to reduce her luggage to a bare minimum. Some British no-frills airlines are known to charge as much as $25 for suitcases. By taking hand luggage only she can avoid this fee.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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