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Madonna demands workers avoid eye contact, face the wall

September 14, 2011 | celebrity | editor | 0 Comments

When you think of Madonna, you think of a simple girl from humble origins who understands how lucky she is to have made it.

I’m lying of course. She’s a mean old cunt who doesn’t even question the “fact” that she’s better than everyone else and only puts up with her fans and servants when she absolutely has to, meaning when she wants more of their money or needs them to fetch things.

Case in point: she made volunteers at the Toronto International Film Festival, who is showing her directorial debut, avoid eye contact and face the wall when she was in the room. The Globe and Mail says…

…eight of the volunteers were asked to turn their faces to a wall so that they would not look at the pop-star-turned-movie-director as she made her way to her press conference about the film. One volunteer told the Globe they all dutifully stood with their backs to her as she passed.

In Madonnas defense, she looks like this now. I would want people to look at the wall when I walked by too, and if you pulled out a camera I would fight you to the grave and wrestle it from your hand as if you were lunging at my baby with a dagger. But hey, it’s not 1988 anymore, if Madonna wants me to face the wall when she comes into a room, that’s not a problem. I will, gladly. I would have anyway so this actually makes things way less awkward. Thanks stupid!

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