Pop superstar Madonna will be bringing an entourage of 160 for what could be the show's most expensive performance of all time.
Madonna has signed up to perform at the Eurovision Song Contest in Israel next month and it's going to cost a whopping $1million.
The pop superstar, 60, has agreed to fly to Tel Aviv and take to the stage for a guest appearance during the show.
Her deal was confirmed by the European Broadcasting Union, the organisation behind Eurovision, and reports suggest it's going to cost a packet to bring Madonna in.
She's said to be bringing an entourage of 160 people and it's reportedly going to cost $1million (£766,840), which will be covered by billionaire businessman Sylvan Adams.