ROLL CALL: Madonna’s Love Letter To Hydrangeas
First Published: September 12, 2011 2:35 PM EDT Credit: Getty Premium
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Madonna Has Last Laugh At Hydrangea-Gate: Just when you thought hydrangeas were going to get their due from Madonna, the pop star gets the last laugh about the flowers she loves to “loathe.” “You have no idea how many nights I have lost thinking how I hurt you,” the pop star says in silent movie-esque clip released on Monday, where she is seen lovingly stroking a bouquet of the flowers. The clip comes on the heels of the star voicing her distaste for the flower during an appearance at the Toronto Film Festival last week. “My heart is going to burst with sadness. I need to know in time you may forgive me. If I could take back my words I would, but I can’t, so what am I left with? I am left with the fact that I still hate hydrangeas! And I will always hate them! It’s a free country! So [expletive] you, I like roses!!” she continued in the new clip, as she throws the flowers to the ground and stomps on them. Madonna 1, hydrangeas 0. Check out the Madonna’s love letter, HERE!
Tats for Vanessa and Ashley!: Former “High School Musical” co-stars Vanessa Hudgens and Ashley Tisdale kept their BFF status in check with a trip to the tattoo shop last week. According to People, the pair visited famed New York City tattoo artist Bang Bang, where Ashley had “jamais seule,” French for “never alone,” inked on her foot and Vanessea put the symbol for “Om” on the back of her hands. Check out the pair’s new ink, HERE!
Clooney & His Gal: George Clooney might not like getting asked about his personal life while he’s working, but he doesn’t seem to mind bringing new gal Stacy Keibler to work-related events. Check out the pair at Fox Searchlight and Vanity Fair party in Toronto over the weekend, HERE!
“Top Gun” Returns!: Ready for Maverick, Goose and Iceman in 3-D? According to The Hollywood Reporter, Tom Cruise’s 1986 iconic movie will get the 3-D treatment and be re-released in theaters in early 2012. We can only assume that the movie’s beach volleyball scene will take on a whole new life!
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