Cincinnati Isn't Part of Madonna's Tour Orgy with Jack Black, Lil Wayne and Amy Schumer

The Material girl announced her new tour by having naughty fun with all kinds of celebs.

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click to enlarge Larry Owens, Jack Black, Lil Wayne and Madonna recreate a scene from Madonna's 1991 book Sex to promote her 2023 Celebration Tour. - Photo: youtube.com/madonna
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Larry Owens, Jack Black, Lil Wayne and Madonna recreate a scene from Madonna's 1991 book Sex to promote her 2023 Celebration Tour.

Cincinnati is a jewel of a city, but one of pop music's queens doesn't seem to notice.

Legendary award-winning artist Madonna has announced North American, United Kingdom and European dates for The Celebration Tour, which will kick off in Vancouver on July 15. According to media materials, the tour will highlight Madonna's four decades of songs, entertainment endeavors and bad-girl hijinks.

The best-selling female artist of all time, Madonna is known for singles like "Lucky Star," "Like a Virgin," "Like a Prayer" and "Vogue." She frequently reinvented her look and sound as well as pushed boundaries of what audiences expected or considered "decent," becoming known for writhing around in a wedding dress while performing "Like a Virgin" during the 1984 MTV Video Music Awards and boinking a saint in the 1989 "Like a Prayer" video.

"I am excited to explore as many songs as possible in hopes to give my fans the show they have been waiting for," Madonna says in a release.

Alas, Cincinnati won't be part of it. While the tour has 25 dates scheduled throughout North America, Cincinnati isn't among them. The closest Madge will come to the Queen City is Cleveland on Aug. 2, Detroit on Aug. 5, Pittsburgh on Aug. 7 or Chicago on Aug. 9. Bob the Drag Queen will perform as a special guest on all dates.

Based on the tour's promotional video, the Queen City will be missing out big time. A throwback to her 1991 Truth or Dare documentary, the mostly-black-and-white video shows Madonna – wearing long, dark box braids but sporting no eyebrows – sitting around a table with a bevy of celebrities as thick, presumably weed smoke hangs in the air. "In this room, all bets are off," she tells them.

Madonna (given name Madonna Louise Ciccone) kicks off a round of truth-or-dare with comedian Amy Schumer, handing her a basket of donut-like bread and daring her to demonstrate "how you lick your husband's asshole... I mean butthole." Schumer surprisingly declines but admits, "He does have a gaping butthole."

Things only get nuttier from there. Comedian Eric André dares D.J. and producer Diplo to dip his balls into a margarita, pushing actor Jack Black to verify the action up close. Diplo dares Madonna to "tongue-kiss" Black. The Material Girl dares Bob the Drag Queen (Christopher D. Caldwell) to give head to a large Evian bottle. Comedian Kate Berlant begs for a truth, and comedian Meg Salter asks her which person at the table she'd have 12 hours of sex with, followed by a spaghetti dinner and disco (Madonna, obviously).

Director Judd Apatow then dares Madonna, Black, rapper Lil Wayne and actor Larry Owens to recreate a photo from Madonna's book Sex, which caused a pearl-clutching frenzy in 1991 due to its soft-core porn. In the new version, Madonna spreads her legs and arches back, Black schtups her from the front, Wayne fondles and nibbles her nipple, and Owens presses his booty against Black's. Honestly, it's just something that everybody needs to behold:





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