THE fall of the Berlin Wall represented former enemies uniting as one.
But for pop rivals Madonna and Lady Gaga it apparently means the exact opposite.
The divas are going to war, again, over a headline slot to mark the 25th anniversary of the historic date in the German capital on November 9.
We hear both ladies are gunning for the gig, which is rumoured to be attended by Hollywood heavyweights such as Steven Spielberg, 67, Brad Pitt, 50, and Angelina Jolie.
But neither is willing to play as a supporting act to the other, meaning organisers of the festivities may have to choose between them.
A German mole told us: “Madonna and Gaga are equally desperate for the honour of performing. They both like to think of themselves as very political, and will also have new albums to promote by then. It could reignite their long-running feud as the date draws nearer because neither are used to being told no.
“However it’s highly likely organisers would choose the Queen of Pop over Gaga, if push came to shove.”
It’s no secret there’s no love lost between Her Madgesty, 55, and Mother Monster, 28, seen left walking her dog in NYC.
Madonna labelled the young pretender “reductive” in 2012 amid accusations that Gaga’s song Born This Way ripped off her own 80s classic Express Yourself.
But maybe they could use this opportunity to tears down their walls, duet and make up.
(@Ed Dyson for https://www.dailystar.co.uk/)