Madonna Sells Out Miami Concert, Adds Second Show on November 20

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Everybody "Vogue"!

It's been approximately four weeks and three days since we here at Crossfade totally wet our panties over the news that Ms. Louise Ciccone (AKA our favorite quinquagenarian pop dominatrix) would be bringing her "Girl Gone Wild" act to the MIA for a "Gang Bang" as part of a 2012 world tour.

Initially, the 54 year old was playing cute and coy, keeping both the date and venue of her Miami gig a "Secret." But soon the "Material Girl" let her (figurative) panties drop, revealing that she'd be humping it up at the American Airlines Arena on Monday, November 19.

And the so-called "Public On-Sale" tix sold out "Like a Virgin."

So now, if we really, really, really wanna spend the night of November 19 with MDNA in Miami, we'll basically need to drop $386.50 on a "Premium Ticket" for a solo seat located near the fringes of the AAA's "Lower Level" section.

Or ... We could save $338.50, spend the rest on sex toys and $32 MDNA 2012 Tees, and just wait till Mistress Madonna's newly announced second night -- Tuesday, November 20 -- to give her all our luvin'.

Madonna. Monday, November 19, and Tuesday, November 20. American Airlines Arena, 601 Biscayne Blvd., Miami. The show starts at 8 p.m. and tickets cost $48 to $386.50 via ticketmaster.com. Call 786-777-1000 or visit aaarena.com.

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