MDNA in MENA: Madonna's boy wonder boogies with Ma on Tel Aviv stage
“I chose to start my world tour in Israel for a special and important reason,”.
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Madonna’s son Rocco Ritchie got several extended cameos on his mother’s ‘MDNA’ tour in Tel Aviv, Israel. Madonna’s daughter Lourdes Ciccone had earlier sung in her mom’s latest album, but it was son Rocco, with ex-husband Guy Ritchie, who got a part in the Material Mother’s stage show where more than 35,000 fans saw the two perform.
Ritchie first appeared onstage dancing with his mom, wearing black jeans with a ‘Search and Destroy’ T-shirt, the New York Post reported.
He smiled big as he danced and clapped, showing off his red braces that matched with his suspenders.
The pop queen’s son even put on a choir costume to perform in the ‘MDNA’ tour.
Soon after, he appeared in a priest costume, swaying with a gospel choir of back-up dancers twice his size.
In his final appearance in the show, Ritchie put on a blue sequined shirt and a pair of orange headphones and danced as his mother DJed from a podium behind him.
Before the show, it was rumoured that 15-year-old Ciccone would be appearing on stage with her mom, with whom she collaborates on the fashion line Material Girl.
The singer, who has been criticized for kicking off her tour in Israel, explained the move last night onstage.
“I chose to start my world tour in Israel for a special and important reason,” she said.
“You can’t be a fan of mine and not want peace in the world. People of all walks of life, we’re all sons and daughters of the universe and human beings.
“We all bleed the same color. We all want to love and be loved. It’s easy to say, ‘I want peace,’ it’s another thing to do it,” she added.
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