A Man Is Suing Madonna Because Her Concert Started Hours Late

Carla Harmon
November 12, 2019

"Be professional!" wrote one fan, as another chimed in: "A true queen shows respect for her people, keeps her commitments (including time commitments), and shows her manners".

Hollander submitted a lawsuit Monday in Miami-Dade County court in opposition to both of those Are living Nation and Madonna.

Hollander, who has since assembled a group of similarly angry Madonna fans for his class-action suit, claimed the start time was too late because most concertgoers have work early the next day, TMZ reports.

Madonna's been late to concerts in Las Vegas and Philadelphia, claiming changes were made to the show and she wanted it to be the best for fans and for her.

In an attempt to recover some of the money he spent, Hollander used Ticketmaster to resell the concert tickets.

Madonna is rumored to be a hit with a class action lawsuit to push the start time of the upcoming Miami show back in a few hours.

Madonna and Live Nation could not immediately be reached for comment on the lawsuit.

It alleges on October 23, Madonna and Live Nation changed the start time for the show and several others to 10:30 p.m. But on October 23, Madonna and Live Nation changed the start time for that show and several others to 10:30 p.m., the suit alleges.

Hollander sued for breach of contract that says Madonna has a history of delays and concert team should know the show will not go on the scheduled starting time.

Seemingly in response to the backlash, superstar 61 years old took to Twitter over the weekend to share her reply frustrated crowd, telling them, "Here's something you all need to understand". On Saturday, Madonna weighed in on stage in Las Vegas: "A queen is never late."... "And that is, that a queen is never late".

"She captioned the video "F.A.C.T.S." with a crown emoji and the hashtags "#madamextheatre #thecolosseum".

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