Madonna Pumps Up for Live Earth
Her Madgesty was pursued by paparazzi on Friday in Central London as she was about to begin one of her regular workout sessions. The Queen of Pop will be one of the 18 acts performing on the all-new Wembley Stadium on July 7 as part of the global Live Earth musical extravaganza.
The 22-hour event is expected to draw an audience of 2 billion people and go down as one of the largest musical events in history.
Black Eyed Peas, Duran Duran, Genesis, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Beastie Boys and many other will be joining Madonna at the event in London.
The Police, The Smashing Pumpkins, Kelly Clarkson, Melissa Etheridge, Bon Jovi, Faith Hill, Kanye West and other will be performing at Giants Stadium in the US.
Additional concerts will take place in Germany, Japan, Australia, Brazil, China, Turkey, South Africa and even Antarctica.
Madonna, who has just been named world's second most powerful female celebrity by Forbes Magazine, is putting together a new album which is due in November.
She and hubby Guy Ritchie had dinner with pop superstar Justin Timberlake earlier this week in London.
The two stars are collaborating on a Timbaland-produced track for the new album which they had worked on last month.