Singer Madonna probably would like to take back the moment she told a fan at one of her concerts to stand up.

In a viral video, Madonna is heard addressing a fan at her concert who was not standing up. Most of those in attendance were on their feet as the iconic singer performed, but one man was not and that's what caught her eye.

In between songs, Madonna is heard telling the man to stand up like everyone else, but she never notices that the man is in a wheelchair.

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As she moved closer to the end of the stage, she saw that the man was wheelchair bound and she knew that she messed up. Her response was, "Oh, OK. Politically incorrect, sorry about that. I’m glad you’re here."

I think we've all said things that we later regretted, but when you question someone in a wheelchair in front of an arena filled with people, that's when you wish you could dive into a hole and never retreat from it.

Madonna has performed around the world throughout her career, but this is one moment that I don't think she'll ever forget.

Here's the moment the iconic 80s singer questioned why the man was sitting at her concert.

Of course, the internet has reacted to this bizarre incident at the concert and here are just a few reactions we came across.


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