After a short 45-minute set, disappointed fans in Paris call Madonna a 'sl*t' and demand for refunds.
Madonna returned to Paris on Thursday, July 26 for another show in her MDNA tour. However, after performing for just 45 minutes, Madge became the target of boos and slurs from her fans. The audience began shouting insults at the singer such as "salope" which means "sl*t" in French and threw bottles on to the stage.
The show was added to the tour's line-up just last week and was sold out within hours. Spectators gathered around the venue while some camped overnight from Wednesday to Thursday outside Paris' l'Olympia for the concert. They were disappointed that the show only lasted from 10:15 to 11:00 in the evening, much shorter than her other performances.
Fans paid from 80 to 280 Euros for the seats and one clearly-disgruntled fan tweeted, "How much does it cost to see Madonna at l'Olympia? It's 6.3 euros per minute!" Another compared the show to another concert, "Madonna 45min/250€ vs @springsteen 3h40/65€ ... what's the better deal, there's nothing left to say!"
Due to the price of the tickets and the obvious dissatisfaction of the concertgoers, a large crowd unsurprisingly gathered on the streets in front of l'Olympia and yelled, "remboursez! remboursez!" which translates to "refund."
The singer has been the target of the French lately. She previously angered French National Party leader Marine Le Pen during a July 14 concert at Stade de France after she showed a photo of Le Pen with a swastika on her forehead during the show.
The veteran pop singer will be back in France on August 21 for a concert in Nice.