One pop icon’s choice of choreography has drawn criticism because of the heavy use of guns.
During a recent interview with ABC News’ Elizabeth Vargas, Madonna defended the decision to make guns a part of her act.
"That would be like asking people to not have guns in action movies," she said. "I mean the thing is, guns don't kill people, people kill people. That whole first section of the show is like an action movie, and I was playing a super vixen who wanted revenge."
She did say that she does not condone violence and that her work is art.
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"But I know there was several movies that delayed release because of the shootings, for example, at Sandy Hook Elementary school," Vargas said.
"Well that's not going to change the situation," Madonna replied. "This all comes from fear and ignorance, and people not really raising their children, or not paying attention to what's going on."
Fans can get a look at Madonna’s by watching her concert event, "Madonna: The MDNA Tour," which aired June 22 on the EPIX network.