Madonna sued by upset concertgoers over late start of her ‘celebration tour’

Two attendees at one of Madonna’s recent concerts in New York sued her after she came on stage more than two hours late during her performance. Celebration tour.

The Queen of Pop, 65, was due to take the stage at 8:30 p.m. However, the December 13 show did not begin until after 10:30.

The lawsuit called the late start “unconscionable, unfair and/or deceptive trade practices.” Live Nation and Barclays Center were also named in the lawsuit.

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Entertainment Weekly examined the lawsuit filed by Michael Fellows and Jonathan Hadden on Wednesday (January 17) in Brooklyn, New York.

Attendees allege that, due to the delayed start, the concert did not end until after 1 in the morning.

At the time, they faced “limited public transportation, limited ride-sharing, and/or increased public and private transportation costs.”

The lawsuit noted that Madonna has a “long history of arriving and starting her concerts late.”

She is being sued for breach of contract, “unrestrained exercise of false advertising” and “negligent misrepresentation.”

Madonna does not appear to have commented publicly on the lawsuit yet. However, she recently addressed her late start time during her show and told fans that “a queen is never late.”

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