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Madonna celebrates the 40th anniversary of her debut album by dancing to 'Lucky Star'

'To be able to move my body and dance just a little bit makes me feel like the Luckiest Star in the world!' wrote Madonna in her post.

Madonna celebrates the 40th anniversary of her debut album by dancing to 'Lucky Star'
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Madonna has a special reason to celebrate and it has everything to do with her debut album, "Madonna." On Thursday, she celebrated the 40th anniversary of her album by dancing to one of her songs, "Lucky Star." In a video posted on Instagram, the pop star can be seen wearing baggy black cargo pants, a black top with metallic gold sunglasses, and dancing in what seems to be her bathroom. The song "Lucky Star" is playing in the background. In the video, she first shows her back to the camera while moving her hips, slowly turns around and winks at the camera, and later blows a kiss. Also, Madonna sings a few lines while dancing to the song before the video ends. 

Image Source: Eurovision Song Contest 2019 - Grand Final - Getty Images/ Michael Campanella
Image Source: Eurovision Song Contest 2019 - Grand Final - Getty Images/ Michael Campanella

 

It is captioned, "To be able to move my body and dance just a little bit makes me feel like the Luckiest Star in the world! Thank you to all of my fans and friends! You must be my lucky stars too! And happy 40th birthday to my very first album." The video went viral with over 4 million views. 

People on the internet loved her moves. @michellevisage commented, "Yes yes yes!! Move that body queen!! We are here rooting, praying, and rejoicing!!!" @carlabrunofficial wrote, "The Queen is back! So happy to see you well again!" @madonna_ita_collection expressed, "I’d like to say only one thing: Thank you Madonna for everything. You’ll always have a special piece of our hearts." @madonna_a_retrospective said, "Thank you for the last 40 years. For giving us everything. You are such a huge part of our lives and you don’t even know it, You will always be my Lucky Star. Keep up your strength and keep disturbing the peace."



 

 

Her self-titled debut album was launched on July 27, 1983. It included the single "Everybody," which was listed as No. 3 on the Billboard Hot Dance/ Club Play chart. Though the album was No. 190 on the Billboard 200 chart, the next year, it reached the No. 8 position and making Madonna one of the rising stars, as reported by TODAY


 
 
 
 
 
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It comes about a month after Madonna was in the intensive care unit after she had a "serious bacterial infection." The singer's manager posted on his Instagram channel on June 28, "On Saturday, June 24, Madonna developed a serious bacterial infection which led to a several-day stay in the ICU. Her health is improving, however, she is still under medical care. A full recovery is expected."

 

He added, "At this time we will need to pause all commitments, which includes the tour." "We will share more details with you as soon as we have them, including a new start date for the tour and for rescheduled shows."


 
 
 
 
 
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She later posted a health update on her Instagram. "My first thought when I woke up in the hospital was my children. My second thought was that I did not want to disappoint anyone who bought tickets for my tour. I also didn't want to let down the people who worked tirelessly with me over the last few months to create my show. I hate to disappoint anyone." The singer said that her focus was on her health and getting stronger. "The current plan is to reschedule the North American leg of the tour and to begin in October in Europe." She concluded her post by saying, "I couldn't be more grateful for your care and support. Love, M."

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