The first part of the show is heavy cyberpunk and -as she'd call it- acid rock. Madonna appears on stage wearing a Scottish kilt with underneath black trousers. She has a black top with zippers across, and with a see-through sleeve on her left arm. Her right arm is uncovered. She has a bandage on her fore-arm, not from an accident, but to avoid irritation from playing the guitar. Her hair is straight blond, pretty much like the WIFLFAG video.
While she wore a red kilt and black shirt in Europe, she changed to a black & white kilt and polka dot shirt for the US leg. For some shows she even sported another alternative outfit. As the tour progressed, her hair style seemed to get wilder with every show.
During Paradise (Not For Me) Madonna's not seen on stage. There's only four dancers on stage and Madonna on the big screen, in a fantastic video. This gives Mo the opportunity to change outfit backstage. Then she appears on stage with a Geisha outfit designed by Arianne Phillips, with 26ft-long sleeves, that slide off during Frozen. She also sports the black wig we remember from the Nothing Really Matters video.
During the dance remix of WIFLFAG Madonna again disappears for an outfit change. The third part of the concert shows her as a cowgirl, wearing a black leather jacket over a shirt with a US-flag motive and mud-splattered jeans. This cowgirl outfit was provided by designers Dean and Dan Caten of D Squared.
The Spanish part of the show is introduced by an instrumental interlude of Don't Cry For Me Argentina. Afterwards Madonna comes out of a big box, wearing a stunning black Gaultier dress with straps over her bare back. She has her hair tied in a bun. For Holiday she's wearing a little red hat (which later is thrown in the public) and a white fur coat. Underneath she has a black shirt with the word 'mother' written on it. No time for sweet cakes though, as the back of her shirt reads 'f*ckers' plus another 'fuck off' on her guitar strap. Good ol' Maddy!