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Madonna spanks Diplo at Montreal gig before pair make cameo at DJ set by Arcade Fire's Win Butler

Madge kicked off her 'Rebel Heart' tour in the Canadian city this week

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Madonna began her world tour in Montreal this week (September 9), inviting Diplo onstage before joining Arcade Fire's Win Butler during his DJ set in the Canadian city a day later.

Madonna's 'Rebel Heart' tour kicked off on Wednesday, with Diplo (who was a support act at the show) being spanked onstage by the singer and then handed a banana. Scroll below to see footage of the moment.

On Thursday night, Diplo and Madonna were brought out by Butler during his appearance under the name DJ Window 98 at the Phi Centre in Montreal. See a photo below.



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At her Montreal show, Madonna played a mixture of old and new material, with an acoustic section during the performance.

The 'Rebel Heart' tour will continue in Washington on Saturday (September 12), with Madonna touring across North America and Europe into early 2016.

See the full setlist form the Montreal gig below.

'Iconic'
'Bitch I'm Madonna'
'Burning Up'
'Holy Water'/'Vogue'
'Devil Pray'
'Messiah'
'Body Shop '
'True Blue' (acoustic)
'Deeper and Deeper'
'HeartBreakCity'/'Love Don't Live Here Anymore'
'Like A Virgin'
'SEX (Justify My Love insert)'
'Living for Love' (Offer Nissim Living For Drums Remix)
'La Isla Bonita'
'Dress You Up'/'Into The Groove'/'Everybody'/'Lucky Star'
'Who's That Girl' (acoustic)
'Rebel Heart'
'Illuminati'
'Music'
'Candy Shop'
'Material Girl'
'La Vie En Rose' (Édith Piaf cover)
'Unapologetic Bitch'
'Holiday'


Meanwhile, Madonna recently denied that artistry decreases with age, stating in a new interview that there's no "expiration date for being creative".

The star compared herself to Cubist painter Pablo Picasso in a recent interview with Billboard, stating: "He kept painting and painting until the day he died. Why? Because I guess he felt inspired to do so.

"Life inspired him, so he had to keep expressing himself, and that's how I feel."

She added: "I don't think there's a time, a date, an expiration date for being creative. I think you go until you don't have any more to say."
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