London, Aug 25 : As Madonna kicked off her 'Sticky and Sweet' tour with jam-packed audience in Cardiff, filmmaker hubby Guy Ritchie watched her performance from the wings.
The RocknRolla director said that the show was great and he loved it.
"This is my fourth tour. I went to almost every single show the last time round but I hadn't seen any of this one before tonight. I loved it. It is a great show," The Sun quoted him, as saying.
"I love all her dark songs best. Some of the songs come from genuine suffering, let me tell you.
"It's quite an experience being on tour with the missus. In America you get full-on motorcades and 15-car escorts from the police.
"In London you're lucky if you get one rozzer. It's something else on show night. There will be 20 levels of staff before you get through to see the missus," he added.
Guy presented Madge with a bouquet of flowers before the gig.
He nodded his approval throughout - especially during the links between the show's four sections, with pumping dance music mixed in with her classic tracks.
"That's one thing about the missus's shows. They are non-stop," he said.
"You get in, she's on and then you have two hours of non-stop entertainment," he added.