Madonna has been vying for your attention since she hit the scene in 1982. And just like every time before, the press says that she went too far. The most recent Madonna-line-pushing came with the Material Girl sporting a Nazi swastika image over the face of France's far-right party leader during a concert in Paris on Saturday, The Associated Press reports. And now, the party plans to sue over the "insults."


The image was superimposed over the forehead of Marine Le Pen as part of a montage that also showed Madonna with a Hitler mustache.

A little background on this move by Madonna, back in June,  Marine Le Pen had warned Madonna not to use the image in France after she pulled the same stunt at a concert in Tel Aviv, Israel.

So what happens when you tell Madonna NOT to do something, she does it.

"We understand how old singers who need to get people talking about them go to such extremes," she told U.K. The Daily Mail, adding "if she does that in France, we will be waiting."

Another National Front source told the Mail: "We are not a Nazi party, and object to being depicted as such."

And now we wait for the lawsuit, as Madonna gets more free press and sells more tickets to her shows.