Madonna kept on singing even after her concert at the Bercy Arena in Paris, France was over.
On Thursday evening, the pop icon gave an impromptuacousticperformance at the town square, Place de la République, to pay tribute to those who died during the terrorist attacks in Paris, France on Nov. 13.
Madonna was joined by her 10-year-old son, David, and her guitarist, Monte Pittman, for a three-song show. The trio performed "Ghosttown," off her recent album Rebel Heart, a cover of John Lennon's "Imagine" and her 1989 classic, "Like a Prayer."
"Singing For Peace at Place de@La Republique🇫🇷," she Instagrammed. "Proud Mama 🙏🏻. @jr ❤️#rebelhearttour"
"Tonight was magic!!" she messaged after the performance. "Thank You Paris🇫🇷 thank you @jr Thank you ❤️#rebelheartfans"
Also this week in Paris, U2 brought the Eagles of Death Metal onstage during their show at the AccorHotels Arena. The surprise appearance and return to the city came less than a month after 90 people were killed in a deadly attack during an EODM show at the Bataclan venue. A total of 130 people were killed in attacks throughout the city.
"We want to offer our heartfelt thanks and appreciation for everything our brothers in @u2 did for us in the aftermath of the November 13 attacks," EODM Instagrammed following their Monday show. "They reminded us that the bad guys never take a day off, and therefore we rock 'n rollers cannot either …and we never will. We are incredibly grateful to U2 for providing us the opportunity to return to Paris so quickly, and to share in the healing power of rock 'n roll with so many of the beautiful people – nos amis – of this great city."