MADONNA will recreate her iconic Like A Prayer music video as she performs inside a chapel during tonight’s Eurovision Song Contest final.
Show host Assi Azar has teased fans that they can expect an “unbelievable” show from the 60-year-old Queen of Pop.
The host appeared on Graham Norton’s BBC radio show to discuss insider secrets to tonight’s live final, expected to reach a whopping 200 million viewers.
He explained: “I saw the rehearsal yesterday… It’s an amazing show, what she’s doing on the stage. She’s literally taking over our entire stage, changing it completely.
It’s expected that Madonna will have a 10-minute performance at the end of the interval – while telephone votes are counted for the competing countries.
he star is said to have landed £800,000 for the performance that will also feature latest single, Future.
Madonna’s highly-anticipated performances comes after weeks of uncertainty that the Queen of Pop would make it to Tel Aviv.
“Both sides get a lot out of it – Eurovision gets Madonna, no need to explain, and Madonna gets the 200 million viewers that are watching her tonight.”
Last night a statement from Eurovision said: “We are pleased to finally confirm that the incomparable music icon Madonna will join us at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest.
“Performing live during the biggest entertainment show in the world will be a special moment for everyone – not least the fans.
“The talent on display in the competition this year is phenomenal and I’m sure the artists will further be inspired by her incredible performance and staging.
“We know that it will be an evening to remember and can’t wait to share it with everyone watching.”
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