Madonna plans live comeback with 2012 Olympics gig
Pop queen Madonna is planning to make a comeback to the music scene right in the middle of the London Olympics
Pop queen Madonna is planning to make a comeback to the music scene right in the middle of the London Olympics.
She plans to perform at Hyde Park before a crowd of 60,000 people in the middle of the schedule of the 2012 games to which London will play host.
"Madonna is planning a huge comeback and was determined to do it at Hyde Park while the Olympics are on," The Sun quoted a source as saying.
"She's been out of the limelight musically for a while but is ready to jump back into the saddle and thinks there's no better time to do it than when London hosts the Olympics," the source added.
That is not all, as there are rumours that she will perform at the Super Bowl in Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis next February.
She has also announced that she will be releasing her 12th studio album next spring, and it will be a follow up to her 2008 album 'Hard Candy'.
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