Madonna’s Tour: Today, the hosts show off their stiletto dance moves live

Disturbing Moment Today hosts show off daggy ’80s dance moves as they celebrate to announce Madonna’s biggest hits tour

Don’t expect the Today Show hosts to join Madonna’s crew of backup dancers anytime soon.

Karl Stefanovic, Sarah Abu, and Brooke Bonney showed off their goofy moves live on Wednesday after the Queen of Pop announced her most successful world tour.

The trio’s tribute to the Grammy winner, which seemed to involve very little rehearsal or effort, left viewers at home in disarray.

TODAY hosts Karl Stefanovic (right), Sarah Abu (center) and Brooke Bonney (left) showed off their goofy moves live on Wednesday after Madonna announced her biggest hits tour.

TODAY hosts Karl Stefanovic (right), Sarah Abu (center) and Brooke Bonney (left) showed off their goofy moves live on Wednesday after Madonna announced her biggest hits tour.

The hosts danced softly to Madonna’s hit 1990 Vogue song while talking to Poppy Reid, editor of Rolling Stone Australia, about the upcoming tour.

Australian fans were disappointed that the Like a Virgin star did not confirm any dates on Down Under when she announced the shows.

But Reed assured fans that it was not uncommon for tour promoters Live Nation to announce more concerts on the track.

The trio danced softly to Madonna's hit 1990 Vogue song while talking to Poppy Reid, editor of Rolling Stone Australia, about the upcoming tour.

The trio danced softly to Madonna’s hit 1990 Vogue song while talking to Poppy Reid, editor of Rolling Stone Australia, about the upcoming tour.

The Celebration Tour will put the iconic chart topper back on the road for the first time since its Madame X shows between 2019 and 2020.

Multiple dates secured for cities across two continents so far.

The tour will kick off in North America on July 15th at Rogers Arena in Vancouver and stop in Detroit, Chicago, New York, Miami and Los Angeles.

It will then make its way to Europe where it will hit 11 cities including London on October 24, and then on to Barcelona, ​​Paris, Stockholm and more.

The Celebration Tour in Amsterdam will conclude onriday, December 1 at the Ziggo Dome.

Madonna is one of the best-selling artists in history with nearly 400 million albums sold.

Madonna is one of the best-selling artists in history with nearly 400 million albums sold

Aussie fans are hoping Live Nation touring promotions will book dates soon at Down Under

Madonna is one of the best-selling artists in history with nearly 400 million albums sold

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