Madonna reportedly takes an entourage of 200 people on tour, including 30 bodyguards, personal chefs, an acupuncturist, a yoga instructor and an on-site dry cleaner.
Madonna reportedly takes an entourage of 200 people on tour.
The 53-year-old singer's demands for her current 'MDNA' run of shows - which began in May and ends in December - are said to include being accompanied by 30 bodyguards, personal chefs, an acupuncturist, a yoga instructor and an on-site dry cleaner.
Additionally, the 'Celebration' hitmaker also requests 20 international phone lines backstage and insists on only vegan snacks.
Madonna is particular about the look of her dressing room, which must be draped in a particular fabric and filled with white and pale Pink roses and lillies, with the stems on each flower trimmed to exactly six inches.
After her shows, the singer likes her hotel rooms to be a home-away-from home and has her own furniture shipped into the suites.
A source told InTouch Weekly magazine: ''Madonna requires all furniture be removed from the rooms and replaced with her own pieces that she has shipped in.''
Among Madonna's entourage seems to be a lookalike for her daughter Lourdes.
The 'Hung Up' singer - who has also taken on five clones for herself - took the drastic step of getting a body double for the15-year-old dancer following advice from Lourdes' father Carlos Leon.
A source said recently: ''Carlos suggested hiring a Lourdes lookalike to take the pressure off the teenager.''