Madonna‘s new documentary film, Madame X, will make its debut today on UK Television.
The film will feature a collection of footage from the singer’s 2019/2020 tour in support of her 14th studio album of the same name. includes a touch of the life of Madonna and her work on her life.
It’s directed by Ricardo Gomes. Which was shot in Lisbon, Portugal will air on MTV UK on Friday at 10 p.m.
Highlights include shots of 48 on-stage performers. This film also includes Madonna’s children as well as musicians and dancers from around the world. Also the all-female Orquestra Batukadeiras.
Madonna said in a statement:
“Sharing my vision with global audiences has been profoundly meaningful to me. The opportunity to bring its message and the incandescent artistry of all involved to an even wider audience comes at a time when music is so deeply needed to remind us of the sacred bond of our shared humanity.”
On Tuesday, the seven-time Grammy winner shared a preview for the documentary on Instagram. Which featured clips of the artist dressed up in opulent gowns, surrounded by theatrical staging and dancers doing seductive dances.
Madame X was the title of her 14th studio album. Which charted at number two in the UK in 2019.
The film follows the pop star’s groundbreaking documentary Truth Or Dare, which documented her life on her Blond Ambition World Tour 30 years ago.
“Madonna is certainly the world’s largest superstar, never ceasing to push boundaries and alter the pop culture landscape,” said Bruce Gillmer, the chief content officer of music at Paramount+ and president of music, music talent, programming, and events for ViacomCBS Media Networks.
The trailer of Madame X:
Madonna announced a new music deal on her 63rd birthday. The pop superstar will release deluxe editions of her music as part of a reformed partnership with her previous long-time record label Warner Music Group. The deal encompasses Madonna’s global hits such as Like A Virgin and Like A Prayer – plus singles, soundtrack recordings, live albums, and compilations.