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OFFICIAL: Madonna is performing at Eurovision

Madonna has finally spoke about Eurovision after unceasing rumours that seen her performing in Tel Aviv, where this year’s Eurovision will be played.

We previously reported here that Madonna defended her decision to perform at the Eurovision Song Contest in Israel this week, saying that she will always speak up to defend human rights and hopes to see “a new path toward peace” between Israel and Palestine.

Despite the rumours and various media reports that Madonna has not yet signed a contract for the performance, Sylvan Adams, Canadian-Israeli business-man that will pay the fee for the show, confirms Madonna will be in Tel Aviv for the Eurovision final, welcoming her back to Israel as her host.

According to the last media reports, Madonna will be accompanied by her manager Guy Oseary and her own creative team; she will be staying for five days in Tel Aviv.

The hotel’s preparations for Madonna‘s stay include the set up of a private gym, sealed anti smoke windows in the star’s own room and a supply of fruits and organic flowers. Madonna will arrive in Tel Aviv with her personal chef, whom will be working with hotel’s personal chef. The duo is also responsible for the Friday dinner in a private dining room reserved to Madonna and her guests.

On the floor of the suites reserved for Madonna, one room has also been booked to
the French stylist Jean-Paul Gaultier.

Madonna‘s hair stylist Andy Lecompte will also be there with her, confirming himself his presence with an Instagram story showing him leaving to Tel Aviv for the Eurovision.

Andy Lecompte’s Instagram story

Rumour has it that Madonna will perform 2 songs for the final show on May 18; latest media outlets report that Quavo will hit the stage with Madonna to perform their new track from Madame XFuture‘, which will be available as a digital download the previous day, May 17. The second song is rumoured to be ‘Like A Prayer‘, accompained by a choir.

We are very excited for Madonna‘s first performance in Tel Aviv since 2012! What are your thoughts? Let us know in the comments!