Madonna will perform at next month’s Eurovision Song Contest in Israel.
The superstar, 60, is said to have agreed to make a guest appearance at the annual event which will be held in Tel Aviv.
Madonna will perform two songs – one of her classic hits as well as a new track.
Her appearance on stage will reportedly cost organisers $1 million.
This year’s Eurovision Song Contest is expected to be watched by as many as 200 million viewers, with semi-final shows on May 14 and May 16.
The grand final will take place on May 18.
Michela Pace, 18, from Victoria in Gozo will represent Malta with the song ‘Chameleon’.
Madonna’s hits include Vogue, Like A Virgin and Papa Don’t Preach.
She is the wealthiest woman in the music business, with an estimated net worth of around $800 million.
She has sold more than 600 million records worldwide.