Israel’s expensive. I mean, it’s a place where Madonna tickets go for 820 Euro. This is extremely expensive since you can buy similar tickets to see Her Kabbaliciousness at Berlin’s Max Schmeling Halle [Berry] for 250 Euro. Now, I’ve never been to Europe, and have no idea how much a Euro is. But it seems to me like 820 is WAY more expensive than 250 Euro–you know, what with having a larger number in front of the word “Euro.”
But the real reason it seems expensive to me is that many articles are still only saying that the tour “might” come to Israel… (Ynet has the probability of the tour’s actually happening as 80 percent.) I’m no music industry professional. But shouldn’t you sell tickets to shows that are actually happening? And just last week, Kelly Clarkson had to cancel her concerts because of a throat infection. (Although one fan and Ynet commenter took solace in his newly purchased tickets to the WWE Smackdown scheduled to hit Israel in July…)
Of course, it’s possible she’s being non-committal so she can continue her search for a home on the Messiah Parade Route without attracting undue attention.
Madonna was known to comment, “You know that we are living in a material world, and that I am a material girl. For instance, last night I dreamt of San Pedro…just like I’d never gone, I knew the song. So don’t go for second best, baby–put your love to the test…make him express how you feel and then you know your love is real. And PS…Kabbalah rules.”
I’ve always been a big Madonna fan, but she keeps on pushing my love over the borderline. Maybe I just need a holiday…
I don’t want to hear. I don’t want to know…please don’t say you’re sorry. Especially in Hebrew. Especially if you’re a Catholic girl from Detroit who speaks with a vaguely British accent.