Madonna publicly bans Sarah Palin from attending her shows
Madonna’s Sticky & Sweet tour has already courted a fair share of controversy. Images linking Adolf Hitler with John McCain were the first notable talking point (although some crazies on YouTube have made a similar link between Adolf and Obama). Then came the by-now obligatory outcry in Rome, as the woman Brits like to call Madge dedicated “Like a Virgin” to the Pope.
Notice how no one is talking about the music on this tour? Well, that’s set to continue, as Madonna has now been talking about Sarah Palin from the stage in New Jersey. Her show at Meadowlands on Saturday found Madonna publicly banning the Republican Vice Presidential nominee from attending her shows. "Sarah Palin can't come to my party," she said. "Sarah Palin can't come to my show. It's nothing personal."
It seems unlikely that Palin would want to attend the show given Madonna’s outspoken criticism of the Republican Party, but that didn’t stop Madge from “banning” her. This expletive-riddled YouTube clip shows some of the tirade, although sadly not the part where Madge is alleged to have impersonated the sound of a snowmobile after saying: "Here's the sound of Sarah Palin's husband's snowmobile when it won't start.”