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Radio station prank Madonna fans

Brad Burt shared this photo hoping someone could help him find Madonna for his daughter, who was a big fan.
Brad Burt shared this photo hoping someone could help him find Madonna for his daughter, who was a big fan. Contributed

UPDATE:

SUNSHINE Coast radio station Hot91 have pranked residents who believed they had seen Madonna's limo driving around the region this morning.

The limo, actually carrying Hot91 breakfast hosts Sam Coward and Nerissa Pace, drove through most Sunshine Coast towns encouraging people to call local media outlets saying they had seen the star.

EARLIER:

SUNSHINE Coast locals have reported spotting Madonna in Maroochydore and Noosa this morning. 

Facebook users on the Sunshine Coast Community Board shared sightings within the last hour:

Tania Roberts: Just saw her hoping back into her limo in Maroochydore.

Wayne H Halliday: She is currently sunning herself on Noosa Main, a huge entourage means that you can't get near her, she still looks good in a bikini though. Couldn't get within 30 feet of her

 

Has anyone seen Madonna on the Coast? Let us know if you do......

Posted by Hot 91 on Wednesday, 16 March 2016

Jessica Tedeschi: Seen that limo in Maroochydore about 15 mins ago.

The singing super star upset fans at a Brisbane concert last night, making them wait three hours before she appeared on stage. 

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