Fan sues Madonna, saying her concert starts too late

Madonna during the 2019 GLAAD Media Awards in May

Madonna during the 2019 GLAAD Media Awards in May

We've all heard "Hung up" so we know time goes by so slowly for Madonna and one (ex) fan is fed up.

Hollander claims he had bought three tickets for $1,024.95 in August for Madonna's December 17 concert in Miami Beach, which at the time of purchase was slated to start at 8:30 p.m., TMZ reported.

The Queen of Pop, who is now on her Madame X Tour, has been hit with a class-action lawsuit, which names her and Live Nation.

Meanwhile, entertainment news website Wonderwall reports that more than 500 refunds were issued following Madonna's scheduled 10:30 p.m. Thursday night show at the Caesars Palace Colosseum in Las Vegas.

"Ticketholders [have] to work and go to school the next day, which prevent [s] them from attending a concert that would end at around 1:00 a.m.", the suit states, according to the outlet.

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"Due to the change in the start times. all tickets purchased by Hollander and all class members suffered an extreme loss in value, making it impossible for Hollander and all class members to recover the amount paid for said tickets by reselling them", according to the lawsuit. He is also seeking damages.

Nate Hollander is taking the singer to court over her late start times.

He's now launched a class action suit after the singer's repeatedly been two hours late to the start of her concerts. But on October 23, Madonna and Live Nation changed the start time for that show and several others to 10:30 p.m., the suit alleges.

Madonna responded to the Las Vegas crowd two days later in a video she posted on Twitter. "Here's something you all need to understand", she told the audience.

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