Madonna’s Accidental Fall From Chair Becomes Highlight Of Seattle Show – News18

Published By: Dishya Sharma

Last Updated: February 21, 2024, 10:42 IST

Madonna's Celebration tour was initially postponed due to her hospitalization. (Photo Credits: Instagram)

Madonna’s Celebration tour was initially postponed due to her hospitalization. (Photo Credits: Instagram)

While singing Open Your Heart, Madonna was seated on a chair, and a dancer attempted to drag the chair across the stage, which led to an awkward moment.

During Madonna’s Celebration Tour at the Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle, the iconic singer faced an unexpected mishap on stage. While she was singing Open Your Heart, the singer was seated on a chair and a dancer attempted to drag the chair across the stage, which led to an awkward moment. Unfortunately, the dancer lost control, causing both Madonna and him to tumble to the floor. Undeterred by the situation, the 65-year-old singer quickly recovered, and continued singing as the dancer quickly moved the chair away from her. Despite the unforeseen incident, the Queen of Pop showcased her professionalism, as she laughed at the situation, hugged a fellow performer and confidently climbed on another chair.

Social media is abuzz with praise for Madonna’s commitment to delivering a memorable performance even during the mishap.

Open Your Heart, the first track recorded for the True Blue album, was penned by producers Gardner Cole and Peter Rafelson. Interestingly, the original plan was to offer the song to Madonna’s strong rival, Cyndi Lauper. However, Lauper never had the chance to hear it. Released on November 12, 1986, the song continued Madonna’s streak of No 1 hit singles. Despite the title track getting tremendous attention in the United States, the song claimed the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 on February 7, 1987. In the UK, the single reached No. 4 and also topped the US club charts and European airplay listings.

Since kickstarting her tour, the iconic singer has repeatedly grabbed headlines. In December, she shared the stage with Julia Garner, who was set to play her in a biopic that got shelved. The following month at Madison Square Garden, Madonna welcomed Kelly Ripa on stage for a special appearance. In a surprising twist, three of her six children also made cameo appearances during the New York City show. Each child joined Madonna for specific performances, Mercy for a solo performance of Bad Girl, David for Mother and Father and Estere for Vogue.

Initially, Madonna’s Celebration Tour was postponed due to a serious bacterial infection. In June, the pop icon was hospitalized, leading to a temporary halt in the tour. Sharing her thoughts on the incident in an Instagram post, Madonna expressed gratitude for the love from family and friends, calling it as the best medicine. She acknowledged the crucial support from her children, revealing a new side to them during challenging times. Madonna credited their presence for making a major difference in her recovery. She also thanked her angels, who protected her.