E! News has learned that after a late-night after-party Wednesday at the elegant Miami Beach mansion of Fontainebleau Hotel owner Jeff Soffer, Madonna concluded the American leg of her Sticky & Sweet concert tour with another sleepover at New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez’s rental home on Miami's exclusive Star Island.
In fact, sources say they spent several nights together in Miami during the days leading up to her Wednesday night concert at Dolphin Stadium, where A-Rod cheered on from the front row.
According to the Miami Herald, the couple then partied with friends and other musicians at Soffer’s home until 5 a.m. on Thanksgiving day.
Despite reports that Rodriguez planned to fly to New York with Madonna for turkey later in the day, MadRod remained in Miami.
A-Rod had an early afternoon holiday meal in south Miami with his daughters, Natasha, 4, and Ella, nearly 8 months, and soon-to-be ex-wife Cynthia.
Meanwhile, Madonna celebrated a Thanksgiving of sorts with her brother Christopher Ciccone, who this year infamously penned a tell-all book about her.
A source adds, "Now that she is through with Guy, they may see each other more often." Christopher has been critical of Ritchie, accusing him of being anti-gay.
Ciccone couldn't be reached for comment.
Later in the day, Rodriguez returned to his Star Island home to reunite with Madonna, where sources say they spent the night together again.
Madonna had a concert in Mexico City Saturday night and concludes her North American tour there tonight. She then embarks on a South American leg that wraps in Brazil on Dec. 21.
Madonna arrived in Mexico on Saturday. Not so coincidentally, Rodriguez turned up soon thereafter, giving a baseball clinic to impoverished children in a new park on Sunday. Asked by reporters what he thought about being in Mexico City at the same time as Madonna, he simply said, "Very good."
"Expect to see Madonna and Alex together a lot more," a tour source says. "She wants to take some time off and spend a lot of it with Alex."