Madonna Wouldn’t Let TIFF Volunteers Look at Her

The Superficial | September 13, 2011 - 1:56 pm

Following on the heels of Hydrangea-Gate, Madonna was her sunny, corpse-like self again yesterday when she made volunteers at the Toronto International Film Festival stare at the fucking wall because she didn’t want them looking at her when she walked past them. No, really. The Globe and Mail reports:

It was a bit of a different story backstage, however, when eight of those 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.

Maybe their socialist Canadian eyes would rob her of her powers? No, that would require the presence of the Maple Child… I’ll figure this out. In the meantime, enjoy Madonna’s equally-as-cunty response to the whole hydrangea fiasco which I’m surprised wasn’t just her mumbling Latin into a camera while your firstborn burst into flames behind you. Sorcery used to be a regal affair, is all I’m saying.

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