Skip to Content

Celebrating Canada's 2SLGBTQI+ Communities

(Photo credit: Ricardo Gomes)

Madonna Throws A Roller Skating Disco Party In NYC To Celebrate Her Upcoming Album

The legendary pop star strapped on her roller skates and took a few spins around Manhattan’s Central Park…

Last night Madonna celebrated the release of her forthcoming compilation album, Finally Enough Love: 50 Number Ones – arriving next Friday, August 19 – with a roller disco party at DiscOasis in Central Park, New York. Questlove served as DJ for the event, spinning Madonna hits & disco classics all night while guests danced and skated under the stars. 

Nile Rodgers, who produced Madonna’s iconic Like a Virgin album (1984), was also there and got in on the action, taking a whirl around the rink himself. Madonna and Rodgers hit the stage to hype up the crowd and spoke to the audience about making Like A Virgin together.

Nile Rodgers and Madonna (Photo credit: Ricardo Gomes)

Madonna was joined by family (David Banda, Mercy James and twin daughters Estere and Stella) and friends, including Ariana Debose, Christian Siriano, Steven Klein, Jeremy O. Harris, and more.

ABOVE (left): Madonna with son David Banda / ABOVE (right): Questlove, Madonna and Niles Rodgers (Photo credit: Ricardo Gomes)

Finally Enough Love: 50 Number Ones is a 50-track career spanning compilation album that was curated by Madonna, and is in celebration of her historic milestone as the first and only recording artist to have 50 #1 hits on any single Billboard chart when she topped the Dance Club Songs chart for the 50th time. The collection will be available in digital and physical format and is available for pre-order and pre-save now.

Related Articles

September 22, 2023 / Entertainment Latest

Review: Elliot Page Comes Home to Family Drama in ‘Close to You’ 

In a risky endeavour to showcase his range in an indie drama that hits close to home, Elliot Page stars alongside Hillary Baack and Wendy Crewson in Close to You

September 21, 2023 / Entertainment Latest

Review: Power and Influence Control a Closeted Theatre Critic in ‘The Critic’

Sir Ian McKellen stars as the titular critic whose downfall is articulated by notable screenwriter Patrick Marber and director Anand Tucker, based on the novel Curtain Call by Anthony Quinn

September 20, 2023 / Entertainment Latest

Review: ‘Dicks: The Musical’ Takes Show Tunes and Heteronormativity to Absurd Heights

The brains of Aaron Jackson and Josh Sharp are in full whackjob form with an over-the-top rendition of The Parent Trap


Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *