There will probably be some variation on this blind each week until the permanent A list singer goes to rehab.
The opiates she says needs for pain are out of control.
She yells at her family if they suggest she needs help.
Madonna in full meltdown: a moment to be cherished
Madonna’s Madame X era is the gift that keeps on giving. On Wednesday night, her residency at the London Palladium descended into the kind of chaos that turned it into one of those gigs you can only have dreamed of being at, like Bob Dylan at the Newport Folk Festival or the Sex Pistols at Manchester’s Lesser Free Trade Hall.
Madonna ran over the theatre’s curfew by a few minutes, so the venue turned on the lights and closed the curtain. She then uploaded a video of it to Instagram, with a caption that began: “Artists are here to disturb the peace” and ended with: “Power to the people!” You can hear her protesting: “Fuck you motherfuckers! Censorship, censorship, motherfuckers censorship.” If that doesn’t open her next album, I’ll eat my eyepatch.
I love it when it all goes wrong. I bet the audience was thrilled that they had that ticket for that night. Some of the most memorable shows I’ve ever seen have had an element of upset. I remember the Gossip, playing upstairs at a tiny pub, many years ago, having the same issue as Madonna: they overran and the sound was cut. Beth Ditto came to the front of the stage and sang, a cappella, in pure defiance, a song called (Take Back) the Revolution. I’ve seen thousands of shows and that remains one of the very best. – Source
Madonna vows to get ‘arrested’ in feud with the London Palladium after curtain was pulled down on her raunchy Madame X show in ‘censorship’ row
The singer, 61, once again accused the London Palladium of trying to ‘censor’ her at the end of her show, that finished on time, on Thursday night
She reportedly told crowd-goers she ‘hopes to get arrested’ while venting there’s an ‘iron curtain waiting for me’
Madonna accused theatre bosses of pulling down the curtain to shut down her show on Wednesday night after it overran five minutes
A spokesperson for LW theatres denied this was the case to MailOnline and said ‘at no point’ was the iron fire curtain released- Source