I just finished watching Madonna's new tour documentary "I'm Going To Tell You A Secret." It's the follow-up to her 1991 documentary "Truth Or Dare," which I loved... Now Madonna is a completely different woman, she's spiritual, insightful, she's a mom, she's mature and she isn't going-down on Evian bottles anymore. I loved seeing how she has transformed over the past several years and in my opinion, you can thank those children of hers for that! Oh my God, those kids of hers! They pop in here and there and are just amazing. Her daughter Lourdes is this absolutely beautiful little girl who takes after the adult Madonna rather than the younger day Madonna. There is a great little scene where Madonna asks her how to pronounce "I'm Going To Tell You A Secret" in French and Lourdes just rambles it off to her with perfect pronunciation. Her son Rocco is an adorable firecracker and definitely has the playfulness of his father, Guy Ritchie. Speaking of Guy, he is one of the best parts of this documentary. Unfortunately, he wasn't on screen enough. Every time he was, I laughed my ass off (don't even get me started on the scene where he is singing in the car). He is a hunka hunka cutie pie and is funny, funny, funny (he's so much better than that grumpy Sean Penn!). I love watching him and Madonna together, it's no wonder she loves the man so much. Ha. I got so caught up with Guy and the kids I almost forgot to mention her concert. The concert scenes are incredible, theatrical and amazing! Oh, how I would kill to go to a Madonna concert! Yah, Madonna throws in a bunch of stuff about Kabbalah, she gets political, but she does it in such a way that it makes you think, instead of annoying the hell out of you. Fans of the Truth or Dare will be pleased to know that in "I'm Going To Tell You A Secret," Madonna still reads her assistants those silly little poems she writes for them, not to mention sucks on the lozenge during the pre-show prayer circle with her dancers.For those of you who missed it, "I'm Going To Tell You A Secret" will air on VH1 Thu Oct 27, 9/8c PM.