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Madonna Wants You To Know #NotAllClowns Are Creepy As She Announces Plans To Revive Her Tears Of A Clown Concert!

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Clowns are coming… and not the murder-y kind!

If you love Madonna as much as we do, AND you’re tired of clowns getting a bad rap, we’ve got some great news for you!

Her Madgesty recently announced on Instagram that she’s reviving her Tears of a Clown show in December at the annual Art Basel fair in Miami.

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If you recall, the hit maker was in Melbourne, Australia earlier this year and put on a very special show in which she performed Send In The Clowns from Stephen Sondheim‘s 1973 classic A Little Night Music.

Well, if you missed it, you’ll get another chance as the Material Girl will be performing her clown inspired show at the Faena Forum on December 2!

Madonna even took to IG to make the announcement as she posted:

On top of the clowns, the Like a Virgin singer’s latest show will also reportedly include standup comedy and for those willing to shell out the dough, there’s an accompanying dinner and art auction. Fancy!

Her Madgesty will even reportedly sell pieces from her art collection and will donate the proceeds to her nonprofit organization, Raising Malawi.

If you’re considering attending Madonna’s special clown show, tickets will run you about $5,000, with V.I.P. tix — which include cocktail reception and a special meet-and-greet with the songstress — will run you $150,000!

What do you think of Madonna getting her clown on?

[Image via Instagram.]

Read more: http://perezhilton.com/2016-11-28-madonna-tears-of-a-clown-art-basel-instagram

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