Eurovision 2019 Madonna: ‘Zero points’ Like A Prayer star SLAMMED for Song Contest routine

Despite much controversy, Madonna performed at the Eurovision Song Contest’s Grand Final in Tel Aviv, Israel this evening.

The 60-year-old took to the stage wearing a black cape and an eye patch to perform one of her most iconic hits, Like A Prayer, and her latest single Future with Quavo.

Ahead of her performance, it was revealed her rehearsals had been closed and no one knew what to expect when she took to the stage.

And, it is fair to say that many of those watching were not impressed with Madonna’s Song Contest routine and took to Twitter to slam her performance.

“OMG! Madonna is BUTCHERING her own song! How did this happen? #Eurovision,” one viewer tweeted.

Another added: “Madremia Madonna, what a embarrassment.”

A third asked: “Is this the funeral of Madonna’s career? #Eurovision.”

“Oh dear God Madonna the voice is gone. Ouch. #Eurovision,” someone else shared.

Another went on to score her performance Eurovision-style, tweeting: “Zero points to Madonna. #ESC2019 #eurovision.”

However, not everyone was unimpressed with one fan sharing: “Ok. That was pretty spectacularly staged. I would’ve loved her to do Future first, but Like A Prayer was tremendous.

“She’s got a lower register now but was very nervous. Even though she’s Madonna. Would’ve preferred Medellín but hey ho. She’s my queen. Love love love. #eurovision.”

Before her performance, Madonna told tonight’s hopefuls: “You are all winners, I say that because to get here, you had to have a dream and you had to believe in that dream and make a lot of sacrifices.”

Going on to address why Eurovision is so important, she said: “Another really obvious statement is look at all the delegates behind us, everyone here is from all over the world.

“The thing, the one thing that brings me to those countries and the one thing that brings all these people here tonight is music.

“Let’s never underestimate the power of music.

“So to quote an amazing song, music makes the people come together, yeah.”

“So to quote an amazing song, music makes the people come together, yeah.”

Ahead of tonight’s Eurovision Song Contest Grand Final, Netherlands were the favourite to take the top prize.

Duncan Laurence found himself at just 8/11 with the bookies to be crowned as tonight’s Eurovision winner in Tel Aviv.

Australia’s act Kate Miller-Heidke, who performed Zero Gravity, looked to be the closest rivals of the Dutch at 11/2.

Unfortunately it was bad news for the UK the odds Michael Rice finishing in last place were at just 4/1.

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