Madonna threatens Palin in impromptu song

Madonna has taken yet another hit at US vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin by lashing out at the politician in an impromptu song at a recent concert.

The pop superstar threatened to "kick her a**" in between sets at a recent show, where she urged the audience to clap and sing along.

In video footage of the incident posted online, she rants: "You know who could get off of my street? Sarah Palin, she can get off of my street, okay?"

She then begins singing: "Sarah Palin can get off of my street/Just get off of my street...She's not going to (Washington) D.C... I will kick her a**/Just get off of my street."

Madonaa banned Palin from ever coming to her concerts on Saturday during a show in New Jersey.

Continuing her tirade, the star finished off the song, adding: "Okay that was a bit of a rant.. it's nothing personal. I love her soul, okay?"

Madonna - currently on the US leg of her 'Sticky & Sweet' tour - has previously shown her dislike of the Republican party, using the image of Palin's running-mate, presidential candidate John McCain, in a video segment alongside scenes of destruction, global warming and starving children.

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