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Madonna got ready for the Super Bowl with vegan pizzaMadonna got ready for the Super Bowl with vegan pizza

Madonna Got Ready for Super Bowl with Vegan Pizza

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In case you missed Madonna‘s half-time show at the Super Bowl this past Sunday, we have it here on Ecorazzi.

If you also want to know how Madonna prepared for the big show, we have that too! According to UsWeekly, the Material Girl led up to game day with yoga and veg food. While staying at the Marriott in Indianapolis for a week, Madonna used a hydraulic yoga mat complete with a platform that went to the ceiling that she had installed in the room before her visit. A yoga teacher was there for the week, and the heat was turned up in the suite during sessions. Sounds like your hotel stays…right?

What did Madonna and crew eat? The singer ordered fifty pies from Papa John’s each day for her staff – veggie pizzas, no cheese!

She isn’t just feeding all those people. Madonna and her charity Raising Malawi are set to break ground on ten new schools in Malawi and plan to have them complete next year.

 

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  • Sandy

    that is good!… but doesn’t she like fur?

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