Madonna has knocked the comeback wagon into fifth gear and announced details of a new world tour.
The global jaunt will support her 12th studio album MDNA, which is due next month, and follows her Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday (February 5).
Beginning in Tel Aviv, Israel on May 29, the Queen of Pop will call in at 26 major European cities including Paris, Berlin, Milan and Barcelona ahead of dates at London's Hyde Park (July 17) and Edinburgh's Murrayfield (July 21).
The trip will also see her first South American and Australian tour dates in two decades, and will finish with a lengthy 25-date North American leg from August 28 (Philadelphia) to November 17 (Atlanta).
Tickets for London are priced at £125 and £70, whilst a space at the Edinburgh show will set you back between £45 and £125.
It was reported earlier today that the 'Give Me All Your Luvin'' star is unamused with MIA after she stole the limelight at the Super Bowl with a middle finger gesture.