Madonna brandishes guns during sellout Dublin show - VIDEO
Queen of pop has all guns blazing at her show in Dublin
In the days following the shootings of the Colorado massacre, Madonna still opted to take her riffles out on stage at her Dublin show.
Madonna and her fans braved the rain at a packed Aviva Stadium on Tuesday night.
The diva opened the show performing, The Prayer- Overture: Act of Contrition.
After thanking all of her fans throughout the years and joking about the rain and the Irish weather the pop queen went on to say, “I know there’s a lot of Catholic people here, alright? Good Catholic people? Bad Catholic people? OK, a lot of spiritual people!
“I’m going to sing a song about love- my favourite subject.”
Then, as the 53 year-old got into the beat of her second song- Girls Gone Wild, Madge straddled a male dancer on a bed and screamed she wanted to shoot him in the head, sporting an automatic machine gun.
While she sang the lyrics of the song, followed by screaming, her harsh words were, “Bang bang I shot you dead, I shot my lover in the head.”
She screamed, “I want to shoot him in the head because I want to see him die. If you are gonna act like a bitch, then you are gonna die like a bitch.”
In a mixture of enjoyment and shocked emotions from fans, one concert-goer did complain, “It was a bit much for the week that’s in it.”
The queen of pop entertained the Irish crowd all night with many songs from her new album MDNA, as well as throwing in some of her big hits, such as Papa Don’t Preach, Like a Virgin and Vogue.
To watch a clip of this scene, click here:
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