LONDON (AFP) - US pop star Madonna made a rare foray into politics, calling for her home country to withdraw its troops from Iraq during an interview with British radio.
"I just don't want American troops to be in Iraq, period," she said on BBC Radio.
"My feelings are 'can we just all get out?'," said the 46-year-old star, who lives mainly in London with British film director husband Guy Ritchie, who said she believes the US-led war will not help in the fight against terrorism.
The aging former “pop tart” made some bold statements from her Manchester estate “If there is a timely and full pull out of Iraq, I will not release any more albums in the US.” The multi-platinum seller added that she would still sell records in Europe and other parts of the world.