Thứ Tư, 6 tháng 1, 2016
Madonna and Guy Ritchie's Custody Battle over Son Rocco: 'He Should Have Been Home Already,' Says Source
Madonna and Guy Ritchie's custody battle over their 15-year-old son Rocco continues.
After the teenager spent time on the road with his mom, traveling for her recent Rebel Heart tour, he went to the U.K. to spend time with his father and reportedly refused to return to the U.S.
On Dec. 23, the "Living For Love" singer appeared in a New York City courtroom, where a judge ordered that Rocco return to the U.S. to sort out his living situation, the New York Daily News reported at the time.
But according to a source close to the singer, Rocco has yet to return home. Indeed, he spent Christmas and rang in the new year with Ritchie, 47, in England. Meanwhile in N.Y.C., Madonna, 57, spent Dec. 25 sharing festive photos of her other three kids – Lourdes, 19, David, 10, and Mercy, 9 – on Instagram. (She shared a throwback shot of Rocco as well, captioning it: "Merry X-mas to the Sun-shine of my Life.")
"He should have been home already," says the source, who alleges that Rocco has missed some school. "Madonna is a devoted mother, and a big priority is her children's education."
As for why the teen left his mom's tour, an industry insider says he "got tired of it and wanted to be home with his dad."
For more on Madonna and Guy Ritchie's ongoing custody battle, pick up the latest issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday.
Up next, Madonna and Ritchie – who finalized their contentious divorce in 2008 – are due in court Feb. 3 for a second hearing in New York.
Lawyers for Madonna and Ritchie declined to comment.
Singapore (AFP) - The Singapore leg of pop superstar Madonna's global Rebel Heart Tour has been restricted to fans aged 18 and above, the concert's local coordinator said Wednesday.
The one-night-only event on February 28, Madonna's first-ever concert in the city-state, will be held at the 55,000-seat National Stadium, entertainment firm MediaCorp Vizpro said.
"Please note that this concert is rated 'R18' with the consumer advisory on 'Sexual References'. Only those above 18 years of age will be permitted into the venue," it said on its Facebook page.
Concerts and other forms of public entertainment are classified by the Media Development Authority, which also regulates the film and broadcast industries.
The Straits Times newspaper noted that Madonna's concert tour setlist includes a segment involving dancers dressed as scantily-clad nuns pole-dancing on cross-shaped stripper poles.
Affluent Singapore, often ridiculed as a "nanny state" for its tradition of social control, has eased censorship in recent years and become an Asian entertainment hub. But the authorities say its population is still largely conservative.