Lesbo sex, anti-war images, the star being "frazzled" in an electric chair - but no performance of 'Hanky Panky' please....


is reportedly to be planning her most shocking stage performance yet on her forthcoming ‘RE-INVENTION’ world tour.

Fans will see the star being “frazzled” in an electric chair, and images of people killed in Iraq will be shown on a huge video screen.

According to today’s (May 20) Sun newspaper, the show will also contain simulated lesbian sex when Madonna tangos with a female dancer, and a parade of scantily-clad pregnant women will appear during ‘Papa Don’t Preach’.

After her performance of ‘Lament’, from the 1996 musical ‘Evita’, the stage will be plunged into darkness. There will be a flash of fireworks and Madonna will be seen strapped in an electric chair.

A big anti-war statement will be made during her 2003 Number One single ‘American Life’. The sound of bombs dropping will be linked with onstage video footage of troops fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan.

During her cover of the [a][/a] classic ‘Imagine’, she will break down in tears in front of pictures of starving children.


has been putting the finishing touches to the massive production, which is costing more than £1million.

The tour opens at Los Angeles Forum next Monday (May 24) and arrives in the UK in August.

The star’s four London shows are sold out, but, as announced this week on NME.COM, tickets go on sale tomorrow at 9am for a date at Manchester MEN Arena on August 15.

For ticket availability, customers can go to or should call the box office on 0870 190 8000.