Yesterday One Direction‘s Zayn Malik tweeted his support for #FreePalestine campaign.
Well since the tweet was tweeted Zayn has received a lot of backlash and even death threats.
Since Malik tweeted the tweet to his 13 million followers he has received around 150,000 retweets and favourites.
As soon as the tweet was tweeted the death threats started as one person tweeted:
U lost a lot of fans here in Israel ??? @zaynmalik !!! Can’t believe u real do is ???
#IStandWithIsrael @zaynmalik you broke me and millions of others
But it wasn’t all hate and bad messages as one user said:
The fact that some people are actually sending hate to Zayn Malik for tweeting about Palestine makes me lose all faith in humanity.
Zayn has not tweeted since that tweet was tweeted!
Kim Kardashians has apologized to her near 17 million followers for ‘offending’ fans after tweeting about Israel-Hamas conflict.
It was on Friday when the reality queen wrote the following on her account:
“praying for everyone in Israel,” and “praying for everyone in Palestine and across the world,”
Within seconds Kim started her followers going mad and caused loads of controversy!
Realizing what she had done KK posted on her website:
“I want to own up to and explain that earlier today I sent out two tweets about saying prayers for the people in Palestine and Israel and after hearing from my followers, I decided to take down the tweets because I realized that some people were offended and hurt by what I said, and for that I apologize.”
“I should have pointed out my intentions behind these tweets when I posted them. The fact is that regardless of religion and political beliefs, there are countless innocent people involved who didnt choose this, and I pray for all of them and also for a resolution. I also pray for all the other people around the world who are caught in similar crossfires.”
Shaun White has been arrested after he trashed his Nashville hotel room while he was out of his face.
The staff asked White about the room and when they started talking he ran out of the room and fell breaking his head open.
He was rushed to hospital and police was to do him for public intoxication and vandalism.
Madonna has donated 600 tickets to her concert in Israel to Israeli and Palestinian peace activists.
Its has been said that 30,000 attended the concert yesterday at Ramat Gan Stadium near Tel Aviv. The performance is launching theQueen of Pop’s MDNA World Tour.
In March, Madonna had announced her show as a peaceconcert and declared she would invite activists, saying in a statement: “Music is so universal, and if there’s any chance that through my performance I can bring further attention and enlightenment to honor the peace efforts in the Middle East and help people come together, it would be an honor for me. It is my way of thanking those who are making so much effort toward bringing peace to the Middle East.”
Aww thats lovely Madonna really nice and kind well done.
Shes had a career spanning 30 years, and she still knows how to put on a show as Madonna took to the stage to perform at her concert called MDNA.
The MDNA tour is a love story. A story of love gone wrong! An exploration of the many sides of love. But especially the dark side. TheMDNA show is dark. Very dark. And those rays of light she sprinkles throughout the show come as some much needed relief.
Madonna is exorcising the demon of Guy Ritchie from her spirit. Quite literally! This show is ALL ABOUT HIM, just as the MDNA album is all about her failed marriage. And, understanding Madonna as well as we do, we were expecting her to do many songs off the new record. And she did. That may be something a more casual fan will have issue with. The MDNA tour is light on old school Madonna hits.
The concert lasted for an hour and fifty minutes, the show begins with Madonna in a church. Religious themes, which she has explored throughout her career, are also a consistent in this new show.
By looking at the videos online it looks like a really good show.
One person that did go was celebrity blogger Perez Hilton and he reviewd the show on his website below if the full review.
Clocking in at an hour and fifty minutes, the show begins with Madonna in a church. Religious themes, which she has explored throughout her career, are also a consistent in this new show.
As monks kick things off with a religious chant that eventually morphs into a chant of her name, the Queen descends from the heavens in a pulpit, as if in confession. She is seen only in shadows. When she is finally revealed and she goes into the first song, Girl Gone Wild, she is dressed in all black and armed with a big automatic weapon.
She is starting off with a bang! Literally. Clearly sending a message here!
The production is the biggest Madonna has ever done. With moveable pieces and blocks, the stage is constantly changing shape. So impressive! We don’t think that’s ever been done before! Especially not that way!
Girl Gone Wild was peppered with just a dash of Material Girl. And the dance breakdown was killer!
Up next was Revolver. More guns. More violence. More darkness. And avideo cameo by Lil Wayne!
Things got even darker, yup, REALLY DARK, during Gang Bang, where Madonna is on the run from the law. A criminal. A cold-blooded murder. Emphasis on the blood. Lots of blood is shown. Lots of backup dancers killed by Madonna.
Some pretty heavy stuff, right?
A full-on fight between Madonna and one of her dancers ensued, choreographed so adroitly. It was exhausting us watching her be so physical! How does she do it? She’s superhuman!
She was full-on, all-out and balls-to-the-wall!
What a way to kick off a show with these three songs back-to-back!
There was one thing, though, we did have a troubling concern with about the way Madonna performed these three songs. Clearly a choice, her microphone had an effect on it for these beginning songs that made her sound almost computer-like. It was a bit off-putting for us. Thankfully, that vocal “effect” was only for that beginning segment.
Poppa Don’t Preach was next. Only it was just a tease! She only performed just a little bit of the song!
The slackline from the Super Bowl performance came out. And now it was Madonna’s turn to use it during Hung Up.
That was followed up by I Don’t Give A, featuring Madonna on guitar and a fierce video cameo by Nicki Minaj!
Then came time for a costume change. Heartbeat was the music for the interlude, which had a video accompaniment but was mainly about the contortionists working the front of the triangle-shaped stage. After which…
The first moment of levity!
Express Yourself. Classic Madonna anthem! The queen in her cheerleader outfit! The first time she wore color! White and red.
This was also the first moment in the show where she seemed to loosen up and seemed to be having more fun. This also was the moment in the show where she mashed up Express Yourself with Lady GaGa‘s Born This Way and her own She’s Not Me.
There was baton-twirling! M was having a ball!
Quickly after came Give Me All Your Luvin. There was a flying marching band! Literally! Her dancers were suspended high above and bangin’ the drums! It was sick!
The energy during this two-song segment was OUT OF THIS WORLD! It was definitely the climax of the show and a moment that could not be topped.
We think closing with Express and Luvin would have been more effective!
Up next was a video montage of some of Madonna’s greatest moments. Outfit change. Back in black. Then came Turn Up The Radio. M on guitar again. The energy was still super high! Those awesome blocks, the moveable stage pieces, were really shown off here.
This was followed by a tribal (not in the electro sense) percussive reworking of Open Your Heart, featuring a cameo by Madonna’s son,Rocco.
A gypsy moment!
This was very similar to the La Isla Bonita segment during the Sticky & Sweet tour. Yes, a lot of people are stealing from Madonna… and she’s even stealing from herself! There were some approaches to songs, the way she presented them, that felt very similar to ways she’s done songs on tour in the past.
Open Your Heart started off small and intimate but opened up and ended up growing to be quite huge!
Then, Madonna addressed the audience in Tel Aviv for the first time, explaining why she chose to start her world tour in Israel.
“If there is peace in the Middle East, then there can be peace in the whole world,” she said.
She added that: “We are all human beings. We all want to love and be loved. We need to rise above our egos and our titles. Treat every human being with dignity and respect. If we don’t, we will never have peace.”
She said she hoped beginning her tour in Tel Aviv was a message for peace. “No conflict can ever be resolved by causing pain to another human being,” she buttoned her speech as she segued intoMasterpiece.
After this moment of slowing things down, another costume change and an AMAZING Justify My Love video interlude. We wish she would have performed the song in the show, though!
Some Jabbawockeez-inspired dancers took to the stage during theJustify video.
Then, it was time to Vogue! Back in black for a costume change, though paired with a balancing white shirt.
This was a super fun, gay, camp version of Vogue. It was very Eyes Wide Shut.
This was the first time M used a head mic. And she even changed her hair up!
Afterwards, it was off to the brothel for Candy Shop. We LOVE Madonna, but that song felt very self-indulgent. This could have been a moment to appease the more average fans with an old school hit.
Candy Shop was fun, though, and even had a hint of Erotica.
Then, she wipes her pussy (in character) – quite literally – and launches into Human Nature, with mirrors all around her.
Nopes, she’s still not sorry!
Then, the shirt comes off for a very revealing (in many ways) version ofLike A Virgin. With just a piano accompanying her, this was the heart of the show! It’s as if Guy Ritchie was standing in front of her and she was singing directly to him.
It was so dramatic!
At one point during the song, a backup dancer puts a corset on Madonna, zips her up and then quite literally sucks the air out of her as he pulls the strings of the corset so tight she can barely breath!
Powerful stuff! Revelatory! Or so we are reading into it! Ha
That was followed by a Nobody Knows Me video interlude, complete with a tribute to Tyler Clementi and other teens lost too soon. Once again, very powerful stuff!
Another costume change. M pops up in a diamond robe. New hairdo too.
I’m Addicted and a Kung Fu moment was next, which was very reminiscent of Sky Fits Heaven from the Drowned World tour.
This was followed by I’m A Sinner, which was just okay. Madonna was on the guitar, wearing a garland of flowers, and gave a very hippy-inspired rendition of the song. Projections were displayed on the blocks to make them look like buses. It all felt very ’60s and we wish she would have done Beautiful Stranger here instead.
Three male singers, a vocal group M hired to join her on the tour and a constant throughout the show, came back for this song and they did some chanting.
Then, a big choir and Like A Prayer. While not as epic as her Super Bowl performance, it still went over so well! Such a timeless song! One of the best pop songs ever written!
That would have been a great moment to end the show with (or with the Express Yourself/Give Me All Your Luvin’ twofer), but Madonna came back for Celebration, which felt kinda anticlimactic. The audience wasn’t that into this song and it kinda fell flat.
Knowing Madonna as well as we do, though, now that she has exorcised the demon of Guy Ritchie out of her system, her next tour will be much lighter and more hits-heavy, like the Re-Invention orConfessions tour.
As we said at the beginning, though, nobody puts on a show quite like Madonna! No one even comes close!
We genuinely loved MDNA! We enjoyed it more than the Sticky & Sweettour! And we can’t wait to see it again! Several times!!!
Its one of many now but we have been digging thought Youtube and found this video of Lady Gaga getting her first ever award.
She won at the Eska Music Awards 2009.
Little did she know that she would win so many she need a house to keep them all in LOL.
Have a look at the video above.