Watch out, Tel Aviv: the Queen Of Pop is headed your way.
Live Nation announced Madonna's upcoming world tour on Tuesday. The tour will begin in May following the March 26 release of her album "MDNA" in Tel Aviv, Israel, move through Europe and South America, and wrap up in North America in August.
This will be the "Give Me All Your Luvin'" singer's first tour since her high-grossing 2008-2009 "Sticky & Sweet" tour, which brought in more than $400 million.
Madonna didn't announce the supporting acts for the tour, but don't be surprised if those opening spots are filled by some of pop's reigning starlets.
While fans are ecstatic over the Material Girl's announcement, Piers Morgan likely holds a different opinion; especially after Sunday's halftime performance. Many critics and celebrities touted her show as a triumphant, if slightly staid, performance by Madge, but Morgan isn't buying it.
"That Super Bowl performance -- it was like watching your mad drunken aunt at Christmas, wasn't it? I keep reading all these celebrities tweeting like, 'Wasn't she awesome?' No she wasn't! She was gruesome!" the British journalist told Chelsea Handler on "Chelsea Lately."
This isn't the first time Morgan has proclaimed his dislike for Madonna, and he openly admitted that he doesn't "like the woman, and she doesn't like me."
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