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Wednesday 27 August 2014

Madonna 'hires out theatre'

Madonna

Madonna rented out an entire theatre so she could watch her favourite film.

The iconic singer is currently on her MDNA Tour but took some time out to relax over the weekend. She decided to treat her boyfriend Brahim Zaibat and her crew to a movie evening, but rather than paying for a cinema trip she decided on something more lavish.

"She rented out an entire theatre in Amsterdam to privately screen the French hit The Intouchables with Zaibat and an entourage," reports New York Post.

The film is about a wealthy man who is a quadriplegic and the relationship he enjoys with his carer. According to the publication, English subtitles were provided especially for Madonna.

The star was performing in the city over the weekend, with her Sunday show particularly jaw-dropping. Part way through, the singer told the crowd someone was going to propose. She then handed a microphone to a woman in the front row so she could pop the question, and also offered some marriage advice.

"Do it with feeling, from the heart, baby," she said. "Never go to bed angry, OK? Two pieces of advice, sorry. Learn to say the words, 'I f**ked up.'"

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