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Madonna Puts Gun To Her Head (And To Other Places) At London Concert

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Jul. 18 2012, Published 7:00 a.m. ET

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Once again, Madonna has proven she's fully loaded -- for controversy.

In front of an all-star crowd, the pop icon -- currently on tour in support of her MDNA album -- took the stage Tuesday at London's Hyde Park, and pulled out a pair of guns during her performance.

At one point, the Vogue singer, 53, put a revolver to her head; she also pointed it toward her crotch. And in yet another shocking moment, she held an AK-47 assault rifle high above her head.

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Using gun props in her act is nothing new for the Material Girl, who brandished an AK-47 assault rifle while performing the song Revolver during a concert in Tel Aviv in May and brought out a smaller gun while performing the song Gang Bang.

The singer's been generating controversy throughout her tour. This past weekend, during her performance in France, she bared her rear end and thonged derriere, as well as using an image of a swastika in connection with a French politician.

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Stella McCartney, Naomi Campbell, Gwyneth Paltrow, George Michael, Kylie Minogue, Kate Moss were among those in attendance at her latest concert in London -- as well as Madonna's ex, Guy Ritchie.


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