Madonna has upset more of her most loyal fans during a Paris concert this week.
What was billed as the most intimate and exclusive show of the pop star's career at the famed Paris concert hall l'Olympia on Thursday night, has ended in reports of fans booing and some demanding refunds.
Audience members paid between $US98 ($93) and $340 for the chance to attend the show, which was first offered to her fan club members and sold out in five minutes.
However, the concert itself, which was streamed live over YouTube, lasted just 45 minutes and included a lengthy speech, which went for a third of the time.
Madonna took the stage around 10:15 p.m. and finished around 11 p.m.
Following the show, fans are said to have gathered outside of the venue angrily demanding refunds for their money.
Many of them reportedly gathered in the streets in front of the theatre and yelled "remboursez! remboursez" which, in French, means "give us our money back."
This continues a string of controversies linked to Madonna's current MDNA tour, which began in May.
She exposed her breast to a mainly Islamic crowd in Istanbul, showed an image of French Politian with a swastika on her foreheard in France and cancelled her first Australian tour in over 20 years without an official explanation.