DETROIT (CBS Detroit) Reviews were positive, even glowing, when Madonna brought her “Rebel Heart” tour to Detroit.

Despite less than appreciative talk about her hometown in the recent past, this time Madonna embraced her roots, revving up the crowd with chatter about the city’s comeback. She told the packed crowd at Joe Louis Arena at one point, “Motor City, your hometown girl is back.”

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Among the thousands receiving the message was Madge’s teenage daughter Lourdes Ciccone, who was singing and dancing in the front row as loudly as everyone else.

Lourdes, 18, was also drinking beer and making no effort to hide it from the numerous cell phone cameras recording near her, according to several sources. Apparently Bud Light in a can isn’t just for “provincial, basic-thinking people.”

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Lourdes Ciccone is reportedly a second-year student in the dance program at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

And she wasn’t exactly flying under the radar at her mom’s show. At one point, Madonna dedicated the song “La Vie En Rose” to her daughter from the stage.

A message left with Olympia Entertainment about alcohol enforcement was not immediately returned.

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