Madonna thanks her children for their support during Celebration Tour

Madonna thanks her children for their support during Celebration Tour

Madonna is a proud mother - not only did her kids join her on stage, but she revealed that they will never forget that this was a "year of blood, sweat, and tears."

Madonna and children hugging
Madonna and children hugging / Instagram

Madonna is almost done with her Celebration Tour.

What made this concert tour super special was that Madonna got to perform with her children. 

Taking to Instagram, the proud mother praised her children for their talent and thanked them for their support during her show. 

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"On the day before our 80th show of the Celebration Tour I need to acknowledge my incredibly talented children who carried me through this Journey each of them bringing their own unique talent to the stage," she wrote on IG. 

The multi-award-winning singer says her children have been preparing for years to ensure they deliver the best during the show. However, her health scare got in the way of their preparation, resulting in a two-month break.  

"Rehearsals began over a year ago with almost a 2-month break waiting for me recover from a near-death experience. They never stopped practicing… they never stopped cheering me on and supporting me," she added.

The 'Like A Virgin' hitmaker says her children's enthusiasm kept her going. 

"They were also going to school and rehearsing every night. !! am so very proud of all of them," she wrote. 

She went on to explain the biggest lesson she has taught her children is that dreams need to be coupled with hard work to ensure they become a reality. 

Madonna says although she worked with her children in the music industry, they are allowed to pursue any career, even if it's outside of music. 

"I think what my children learned the most this year of rehearsing and performing is that if you want to follow your dreams, you have to work hard for them. And if all of them choose something different later in life, they will never forget this year of blood, sweat, and tears. Nor will I. It’s a CELEBRATION!"

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She also shared photos of her children performing with her during the tour.

During the tour her daughter Mercy James played the piano for the song, 'Bad Girl', and her son played the guitar, while her 11-year-old twins Stella and Estere acted as DJ and runway models. 

The tour kicked off in October last year in London. It will end on May 4. 

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