Madonna, “la Juive la plus rock de toutes”

Madonna la Cabaliste part pour un grand trek musical et spirituel : 80 dates, dont une en Israël

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May 22, 2012 14:08
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Ce mois-ci, Madonna (alias Esther) va venir en Israël avec ses quatre enfants pour y célébrer Shavouot et donner le coup d’envoi de sa neuvième tournée mondiale.

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