Madonna has signed up to perform at this years Eurovision Song Contest in Israel next month.
Israeli Newspaper The Haaretz has reported how after months of rumours the star has agreed to fly to Tel Aviv and take to the stage for a guest appearance during the show.
The singer is said to be bringing an entourage of 160 people and it’s reportedly going to cost $1million (£766,840), which will be covered by billionaire businessman Sylvan Adams.
Madonna is said to be performing two songs during the show, one of her hits aswell as a brand new song.
Reports have suggested how Madonna has disagreed with Eurovision producers over the new track over its political messages.
It’s not the first time a major star has performed as the interval act, with Justin Timberlake performing in 2016.
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