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[VIDEO] Madonna's Concert Delayed in Cordoba, Spain Due to Power Outage
Posted by Jeffrey Harris on 12.23.2012



The Spanish website TeleShow reports that technical problems caused delays in Madonna's MDNA tour concert in Cordoba, Spain.

This was set to be the last show in her MDNA tour. A power outage caused the concert to get delayed. It was the result of Madonna's own private generator breaking down in the middle of "Open Your Heart." After the power outage, Madonna and her back-up dancers tried to keep the audience of 50,000 fans entertained for 45 minutes while the technical problems were being fixed with some dance routines and songs performed on mega-phones.

Here's a video:






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