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Madonna Is Being Sued For Starting Her Concert Late — Again: 'A Queen Is Never Late'

Madonna is now facing her second class-action lawsuit about her late concert start times.

If you'll recall, back in November, Madonna was sued by Florida resident Nate Hollander for changing her Miami concert start time from 8:30 PM to 10:30 PM.

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Hollander claimed his tickets were of much less value following the time change and was denied a refund.

The lawsuit sparked discourse on social media about Madonna's consistently late performances

Now, another lawsuit is underway for Madonna's tardiness.

TMZ reported that concertgoers Antonio Velotta and Andrew Panos waited several hours past the advertised set times Madonna's performance at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on September 21st and again on October 1st.

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Velotta and Panos named Madonna and Live Nation in their lawsuit, citing false advertising and breach of contract.

The pair claimed that the late start times made their tickets "worthless" and pointed out her other concert delays.

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"By the time of the concerts’ announcements, Madonna had demonstrated flippant difficulty in ensuring a timely or complete performance,” the lawsuit states.

“And Live Nation was aware that any statement as to a start time for a show constituted, at best optimistic speculation."

When Madonna was served the first lawsuit, her response was simple: "There's something that you all need to understand, and that is, that a queen is never late."

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What do you think of the lawsuits?

Would you wait three hours to see Madonna perform?

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