LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 17:  (Exclusive Coverage) Madonna performs during her MDNA Tour at Hyde Park on July 17, 2012 in Londo
Kevin Mazur

As controversies go, it's hard to beat comparing a politician to Hitler and superimposing a swastika over their face. But never underestimate Madonna, whose shortened 45-minute set last night at Paris' l'Olympia caused diehard fans to boo the singer, call her "salope" ("slut") and demand their money back.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, Madonna took the stage of the 2,700-seat hall at 10:15 pm to a crowd composed mainly of fan club members. In contrast to Madge's 20-song set in France earlier this month, the singer only performed eight songs before bidding adieu at 11 pm to a pissed-off crowd. How pissed? Fans gathered after the show to yell "remboursez!" ("Refund!")

Madonna hasn't explained why the set, which was being livestreamed by YouTube, was so short, but she at least added some color by responding to Marine Le Pen, the French politician who may sue the singer for those Nazi comparisons.

“I know that I made a certain Marine Le Pen very angry with me. And it’s not my intention to make enemies,” Madonna told the crowd before making many new enemies. “It’s my intention to promote tolerance. And when we start saying that we have to get rid of this person or we have to get rid of that person, because then we’ll have a better place, it starts to sound like something else, it starts to sound like something scary. So the next time you want to point the finger at somebody and blame them for a problem in your life, take that finger and point it back at you.”

Judging from the video below, you can guess which finger they used.

Madonna - Full l'Olympia Show