Pop icon Madonna has previously revealed that she feels as though she has "a special affinity with France.", but after an allegedly rushed and political show, we're not sure whether her French fans return the sentiment.
The show, which was streamed live on YouTube, saw Madge perform for a lowly 45 minutes with the star seeming more interested in discussing politics than shaking her yoga-toned booty.
Consequently after the show had ended, the live streaming showed annoyed fans throwing empty bottles on to the stage, some shouted "refund!" and others were so disapointed with the singer's efforts that they chose to leave the venue early.
Madge directed her controversial remarks towards France's extreme right-wing leader Marine Le Pen, saying,
"I know that I have made a certain Marine Le Pen very angry with me...It's not my intention to make enemies. It's my intention to promote tolerance,"
The Like A Virgin singer had previously upset Marine by using an image of the politician with a Swastika superimposed on her forehead.
The singer had a strong following in France, which was proved further when the 2000 tickets for her show sold out in minutes at a cost of £80-£200. Some of the tickets are even said to have changed hands for up to £1,000, with fans camping outside of the venue, the Olympia Club, since Wednesday morning. One fan says,
"I felt very frustrated because I camped out on the streets and then the show just ends like that." Another fan added,
"We are singing 'shame on you'...Because she says she loves her fans but then she does this."
We wonder whether Madge will attempt to patch things up with her French following.