Madonna will play her first UK show in four years tonight at London's Hyde Park. The singer's MDNA tour calls into the capital for a show that is set to delight 50,000 fans.
However, Madge has been warned that she will be cut off just like Bruce Springsteen if she over-runs a strict curfew when she plays tonight.
On Saturday night (July 24) Beatles star Sir Paul McCartney joined Bruce 'The Boss' Springsteen on stage at the Hard Rock Calling music festival, much to Springsteen's obvious delight: "I've been waiting for this for 50 years!"
The pair belted out Beatles hits 'I Saw Her Standing There' and 'Twist and Shout' before officials cut the sound - they had overstepped the curfew by half an hour.
Madonna has now been told not to over-run the 10.30pm curfew after fans were left outraged following Saturday's cut-off.
John Probyn, chief operating officer of Live Nation, told London Evening Standard: “It won’t happen again. We’ve had lengthy conversations with Madonna’s people. They contacted us. We’ve worked out with them what time she needs to go on stage to finish on time. That’s all in hand.”
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