Madonna wants stand-up comedy in future tours
Madonna wants to do stand-up comedy on her future tours and can't imagine doing many more major arena tours.
Madonna wants to do stand-up comedy on her future tours.
The 'Music' hitmaker is currently on her 'Rebel Heart' world arena tour but has hinted it might be one of her final major tours as she likes the idea of putting on alternative shows as she gets older.
Asked if she thinks she'll still be touring in a decade, she said: "I don't even think that far in advance, but if I did travel around and perform and connect to audiences, I'm sure it would look and feel different than, say, the extravagant sort of musicals that I put on right now."
The 57-year-old star - who released her 13th studio album 'Rebel Heart' in March - explained she likes the thought of putting on more intimate concerts instead, in which she can incorporate her skill for making people laugh.
She told Rolling Stone magazine: "I quite like the idea of just sitting on a stool with a bottle of wine, a guitar and working my stand-up comedy into the whole scenario. I like talking to audiences, telling stories. I think I could make an interesting show, to tell you the truth. I quite like the idea of doing something simple."