(Photo: Splash News Online) No, not the A-Rod kind.
The 50 year-old Madonna announced 25 new dates throughout the UK and Europe for her record-breaking Sticky & Sweet tour.
The "final leg" pops in London this July, then Madonna aims to hit the cities she usually skips over on her world tours.
"It's amazing when you look at the number of markets that she's never played, including this last run in 2008," says tour producer Arthur Fogel.
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"There has been talk of extending during each one," Fogel told Billboard. "But it has never come to be. But with this one, she loves the show, she's had a great time and she's excited about playing new markets."
And getting outta town for a bit?