Words: Steve Brown
Madonna may not be performing during the Eurovision Song Contest.
Last month, the European Broadcasting Union allegedly confirmed that the Queen of Pop will be jetting over to Tel Aviv to perform two songs during the Eurovision Song Contest.
However, according to executive supervisor Jon Ola Sand, she has yet to sign a contract to perform during Saturday’s show.
He said: “The European Broadcasting Union has never confirmed Madonna as an act.
“If we do not have a signed contract she cannot perform on our stage.
“We have an artist who would like to participate in the Eurovision Song Contest, and who we would love to welcome on that stage.
“But for that we need to have the framework. We are negotiating now, in the final stage of that – but if there is no signed contract this week, she will not be on the stage.”
According to YNet, it’s estimated Madonna would be paid around $1million for the guest performance.
Watch Sand reveak that Madonna has yet to be confirmed below: