Madonna Will Have Pole Dancing Nuns On Her 'Rebel Heart' Tour

Madonna performs onstage during The 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards 2015
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Madonna performs onstage during The 57th Annual Grammy Awards at the STAPLES Center on February 8, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.

After an epic performance on the 2015 Grammy Awards, Madonna fans can probably assume they're in for some major theatrics on the "Rebel Heart" tour this fall. The 56-year-old singer released some video teasers from tour rehearsals, which revealed she's taking theatrics to a whole new level with something pretty unexpected—pole-dancing nuns.

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The first teaser is ironically set to her song, "Devil's Pray," where the lyric "Devil's here to fool ya" plays over the scenes that feature the nuns.

Even without the nuns, things look like they'll be pretty crazy on the tour, complete with large choreographed numbers and flashy props—no surprise from a performer like Madonna.

The "Rebel Heart" tour was set to begin Aug. 29, but the singer announced in May that it would be pushed back a week, as she said it "has to be perfect." Now kicking off Sept. 9 in Montreal, the world tour will continue through December, with five rescheduled dates in late January.