Madonna has allegedly demanded eight full-length mirrors and a skipping rope backstage for London's Live Earth concert. The 48-year-old singer, who is headlining the spectacular show at the new Wembley Stadium on Saturday, is said to have presented organizers with a bizarre list of requirements.
A source told Britain's Daily Star newspaper: "She has asked for 12 dozen boxes of strawberries, eight full-length mirrors, a skipping rope, Yorkshire Tea, organic green tea and vanilla room spray."
Madonna is reportedly not the only demanding star taking part in the musical extravaganza - one of a series of concerts across the world organized by former Vice President Al Gore to highlight the dangers of global warming.
The insider added: "You have got people like Madonna, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Snow Patrol and Keane all wanting to make sure they get noticed. Let's just say the organizers have been left frazzled trying to make all the acts feel like they are the main attraction."
Other acts confirmed to perform include the Beastie Boys, Metallica, Duran Duran, Foo Fighters and David Gray. Genesis, fronted by Phil Collins, will kick off proceedings.
The 24-hour Live Earth concert series will begin in Sydney on Saturday and continue with shows in Tokyo, Shanghai, Johannesburg, London, Hamburg and Istanbul, before concluding in New York.