Pop queen Madonna was booed by angry fans after she ended the French leg of her MDNA tour in just 45 minutes.
The concert, which intended to promote tolerance, turned into a public relations disaster as fans shouted for refund of their money, reported MTV online.
The venue was packed with Madonna die-hards, since the tickets were made available only to members of her official fan club, before being released to the general public.
The 53-year-old singing sensation, who has been embroiled in controversy over the past week for her use of a Nazi swastika symbol on her current tour, took the stage on July 26 at 10.15 PM and departed around 11PM.
During the 45 minute show, Madonna arrived on-stage wearing a black lacy lingerie and stockings and performed new single Turn Up The Radio, as well as a handful of her classics, including Open Your Heart and Vogue.
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