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‘The View’ Hosts Say Madonna Is ‘Disrespectful’ Starting Concert Late – Billboard


The hosts of The View slammed Madonna on Friday (Jan. 19) after the icon was sued by two New York Metropolis males for beginning her Celebration tour stops two hours late.

“I personally wouldn’t wait two hours to get a sizzling oil therapeutic massage from George Clooney, a lot much less a live performance by anyone,” host Pleasure Behar mentioned throughout The View‘s Scorching Subjects phase. Nonetheless, Sunny Hostin wasn’t “bothered” by the state of affairs. “I don’t suppose she must be sued,” she mentioned. “That is baked into Madonna. She’s an icon. She’s all the time late. While you go to a Madonna live performance, you understand you need to eat earlier than, you need to get lit earlier than, and also you’re going to attend about two hours and take heed to a DJ.”

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Nonetheless, the group famous that the majority acts together with Beyoncé, Taylor Swift, John Legend, Jennifer Lopez and extra, all begin their exhibits on time.

“Insert any particular person’s title who’re two hours late. It’s disrespectful,” Sara Haines added. “You’re actually flipping off your followers who paid to return and watch you. You is usually a diva. You shouldn’t act like a diva. To me, Madonna just isn’t there.”

Haines continued, “Beyoncé? At all times on time. Taylor Swift, Pink, that’s referred to as respectful. It’s the way you’re raised. You respect somebody’s time the best way you count on them to respect yours. You confirmed up right here. They paid a whole bunch of {dollars}.”

Madonna is presently dealing with a federal class motion lawsuit after allegedly beginning her three New York Metropolis live shows later than scheduled, a delay that her accusers — present attendees Michael Fellows and Jonathan Hadden — say induced hurt to themselves and different ticket patrons who “needed to stand up early to go to work” the following day.

In a grievance filed Wednesday (Jan. 17) in Brooklyn federal courtroom, Fellows and Hadden declare Madge breached her contract with concertgoers and violated New York state legal guidelines by beginning the exhibits in Brooklyn’s Barclays Heart previous 10:30 p.m. as an alternative of the scheduled 8:30 p.m. The 2 males say attendees had been “left stranded in the midst of the night time,” because the present ended previous 1 a.m., and a few had been “confronted with restricted public transportation” choices. In addition they level out that the live performance befell “on a weeknight,” that means they “needed to stand up early to go to work and/or handle their household tasks the following day.”

Learn the complete lawsuit right here.

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