In November 2005, during an interview with «The Guardian», Madonna confirmed that she was going out on tour in 2006 and it would likely be named either «The Confessions Tour» or «The Confess Your Sins Tour». Jamie King was next hired on as the director of the tour.

During an interview with «MTV» in February 2006, Madonna explained that she wanted to play first at small venues like «Roseland Ballroom» in New York or the «Wiltern Theatre» in Los Angeles, then move out to perform at stadiums and arenas. That way she deduced that she would not feel bored during her performances. King clarified,

«A typical Madonna show is quite produced, [...] She likes things large, she likes things theatrical, but this time, being that «Confessions On A Dancefloor» is an intimate album, we want to try to make people have an intimate experience as well as a big produced theatrical experience. So look for us doing some small venues, some smaller venues. [...] I would like to put her as close to her people — her fans, her dancers, her fellow supporters — as possible,»

King also confirmed that the set list for the tour consisted mainly of songs from the supporting album, with few of Madonna’s old hits making the cut. Some of the dancers from the music videos of «Hung Up» and «Sorry», both singles from «Confessions on a Dance Floor», were signed to perform on the tour as well.

In March 2006, Madonna, along with her then-husband Guy Ritchie and with their kids, moved to Los Angeles, to begin rehearsing for the tour.

In the summer of 2006, Madonna’s manager Guy Oseary announced that her Australian leg to the tour had been dropped. Her official website released the following statement:

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