Singer Madonna proved she is a rebel at heart by performing past curfew at Glasgow SSE Hydro last night - without sound or lights. 

The Glasgow venue attempted to cut the singer's show short last night after a late start to the concert forced her to go over curfew - but Madonna did not let them.

She appeared on stage at around 9.45pm, and played her encore Holiday without sound or lights. 

The SSE Hydro said in a statement today, "Madonna finished the agreed set and then chose to come on for another song.

“By that stage, all the power and control equipment had already been disconnected by the production teams.”


We don't stop till its over Glasgow! 🎉💃Don't try to silence the Queen👑 ❤️#rebelheartour

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The star took to Instagram to hit back at the venue following their decision saying, "We don't stop till its over Glasgow! Don't try to silence the queen."


Love you Glasgow ❤️#rebelheartour

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The music legend also added: "Love you Glasgow," another Instagram post. 

Watch the moment here:

Fans took to social media to praise the singer for her bold move, and many also hit out at the venue:

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