PHOTOS: Madonna’s Rebel Heart Tour at Verizon Center

Madonna shone in her nearly-two hour set with elaborate adorned sets that ranged from ancient Asian, to traditional flamenco Spanish, to Parisian jazz nightclubs.

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Madonna shone in her nearly-two hour set at D.C.'s Verizon Center, with elaborate adorned sets that ranged from ancient Asian, to traditional flamenco Spanish, to Parisian jazz nightclubs.
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The show began with Madonna descending from the rafters and dancing along with armored warriors and geishas, all following her command.
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There were also numerous fun numbers such as the segment that had Madonna dancing on a car hood and standing on a tire stack, hanging out with her grease-monkey friends at the Body Shop-style set, singing "True Blue" while playing the ukulele.
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And, no Madonna show would be without some risqué moments -- most notably the dance routine with stripper nuns during her pitch perfect performance of "Vogue."
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She also had a show-stealing moment of dancing with a death-defying dancer who swung wildly from a spiral staircase that defended from the rafters during Madonna's performance of "Like a Virgin" -- which also featured a giant cross-shaped walkway as their stage.
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Another highlight was Madonna's impeccable dancing along with flamenco performers and wooden drum (cajón) percussionist while singing "La Isla Bonita."
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She ended the show with a Stars and Stripes cloak during her thunderous performance of "Holiday" in front of the sold-out crowd (she even gave a snarky remark that she was upset the president couldn't show up for her Washington performance).
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The Rebel Heart Tour is in support of Madonna's "Rebel Heart," her 13th studio album.
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