Madonna described the coronavirus as a “great equalizer”.
Hitmaker “Like A Virgin” commented on COVID-19 in an article on social media, admitting that viral disease has made everyone “equal in many ways”.
Speaking in a post on Instagram, she shared: “This is the thing about COVID-19, no matter how rich you are, how famous you are, how funny you are, how how smart you are, where you live, how old you are … this is the great equalizer, and what is terrible is what is great. What is terrible is that it makes us equal in many ways, and what’s wonderful is that it makes us equal in many ways. Like I said at the end of “Human Nature” every night, we’re all in the same boat. If the ship breaks down, we all go down together. “
Earlier this month, Madonna was forced to cancel two shows in Paris due to the coronavirus epidemic.
The singer was to arrive on stage in the French capital on Tuesday and Wednesday March 10 and 11 respectively, as part of her Madame X tour, but the promoters have confirmed that the show will be interrupted after the French government has banned more gatherings 1000 people. to stop the spread of the disease.
A statement reads as follows: “Following the official notification from the Police Bureau this morning banning all events with an audience of more than 1,000 spectators, Live Nation regrets to announce that the last two performances of Madame X previously rescheduled for March 10 and March 11 are forced to cancel. Tickets are refundable at the point of purchase. We regret the disappointment of the fans. “