What to do when a pop star takes a show that was scheduled for 8:30 p.m. and pushes it back to 10:30 p.m.? You could chug an extra thermos of coffee, or sleep in so you'll have extra energy later in the day, or you could sue the singer for this incredibly trivial inconvenience.
That's the strategy being pursued by one Florida man, who filed a lawsuit against Madonna alleging that her decision to push back a December concert by two hours constituted a breach of contract. The lawsuit adds that the time change decreased the value of the $1,024.95 he spent on tickets — but come on, at least 40 percent of that is probably Ticketmaster fees. Read more at Page Six. Scott Meslow