Madonna Just Like Us At Jury Duty Except Not Really


Madonna's appearance in court was required by law, but no one wanted her there!

“She’d be a total distraction,” the attorney said. “I’m sure she’s bright, but her celebrity overrides her intellect. Everyone would be staring at her — I know I would.”

A juror chimed in, calling Madonna's visit "outrageous" because of her swift entrance sans waiting in line like the rest of the peasants we call Americans.

"It’s a painfully long day and it doesn’t seem quite right," said professor Marianne Pita. "Everyone should have to wait in the same line."

Oh relax. The court was in on the shenanigans! A court spokesman explained that Madonna's late entrance was important to eliminate distraction amongst the other people there to serve.

“We’re happy she’s coming.”