‘Politically incorrect. Sorry about that’: Madonna apologizes for telling wheelchair user to stand up at concert | Madonna

Madonna was filmed apologizing to an audience member in a wheelchair, after initially wondering why they didn’t stand up while she performed.

In footage taken during the US leg of her Celebration tour and shared on social media in recent days, the singer, speaking into her microphone, tells the viewer: “Take this tour with me! What are you doing sitting over there? What are you doing sitting? », before heading towards the person to the cheers of the audience.

Realizing her mistake, she said, “Oh, okay. Politically incorrect, sorry. I’m glad you’re here.” The Guardian has contacted its representatives in the UK for further comment.

Madonna questions a fan for sitting down during her show then discovers they are in wheelchairs:

“Oh okay, politically incorrect, sorry about that.” I’m glad you’re here.” pic.twitter.com/oezHxfjrFn

-Pop Crave (@PopCrave) March 9, 2024

Madonna performs the final concert of a five-night tour Monday evening at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles, before heading through the southern states for the remainder of the Celebration U.S. tour.

She sparked controversy earlier in the tour by starting a concert in New York at 10:30 p.m., leading to a lawsuit from two disgruntled fans. His management team and promoter Live Nation said they would “vigorously” defend the lawsuit, saying the late start was the result of a technical glitch during a sound check.

The celebration comes after a postponement last year when Madonna suffered a serious bacterial infection and was hospitalized in June. She later said that health problems made her realize “how lucky I was to be alive.”

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