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Madonna Celebrates Her 51st Birthday In Italy With Jesus

Aug. 17 2009, Published 10:32 a.m. ET

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Buon Compleanno Madonna!

Madonna -- along with her gorgeous boy toy/model Jesus Luz -- is in the Italian Riviera resort of Portofino Monday to celebrate her birthday in true star style.

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The superstar singer -- who turned 51 Sunday -- booked an entire floor of the town's Splendido Hotel for her stay. The Material Mom (sans kids) was snapped Sunday sharing breakfast (and a kiss!) with Jesus before joining the rest of her entourage later for dinner and cake.

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Famed Italian fashion designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana are expected to host a star studded birthday party for the Material Mom during her trip.

But where there's Madonna, there's always controversy. The 'Like A Virgin' Singer caused a flap on Saturday when her Sticky and Sweet tour concert in Poland happened on the same day as the Feast of the Assumption, a high point of the Catholic calendar marking the traditional belief that Mary, the mother of Jesus also known as the Madonna, was taken up into heaven.

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She may have been branded a "Satanist" by the religious leaders of Poland, but Madonna seemed genuinely touched when the 80,000 strong crowd at her concert in Warsaw surprised her by singing a traditional Polish birthday song, 'May You Live A Hundred Years'.

"I feel your love. I love what I do, but you regenerate me," said a beaming Madonna.

Many of the fans near the stage also held up paper hearts. One said: "Adopt Me."

During the concert, Madonna paid tribute to fellow pop icon Michael Jackson, who died June 25 in Los Angeles, CA.

A Jackson impersonator did the King of Pop's signature moonwalk dance move on stage while wearing a sequined jacket, white T-shirt, white glove and white socks, while a large photograph of him as a boy appeared on stage.

"Let's give it up for one of the greatest artists the world has ever known," Madonna shouted, and then segued into a performance of her 80s hit Holiday.



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