Madonna has not forgiven Rupert Everett for his autobiography

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Madonna n'a pas pardonné à Rupert Everett pour son autobiographie.


Madonna Has Never Forgiven Everett For Book
01 December 2009 08:01

Madonna cut Rupert Everett out of her life after he branded her an "old whiny barmaid" and published intimate secrets of their friendship in his 2006 autobiography.
The actor befriended the singer in 1985 when she first began dating Sean Penn and, in his memoir Red Carpets and Other Banana Skins, Everett admitted he was fascinated by her from their very first meeting.
But he also detailed alleged incidents when the Material Girl behaved badly, including an evening when she pleasured Penn in a Los Angeles restaurant, which the pop superstar took exception to.
He explains, "She really didn't like it (the book). I think it is very affectionate, and certainly with her I was very careful to only write things that were. But she felt it was an infringement of privacy... Goddesses like that are obsessed with their public image and want to control everything about it, so if anyone is to tell anyone anything about her it's got to be her."
And Everett, who played Madonna's gay best friend in 1999's The Next Best Thing, insists his former pal has never forgiven him, adding, "Elephants don't forget... She doesn't trust me any more."

Source: Contactmusic News.


Madonna still hasn't forgiven ex-pal Rupert Everett for his autobiography

Washington, Dec 1 : Madonna's former pal Rupert Everett has revealed that the singer has not forgiven him after he branded her an 'old whiny barmaid' and published intimate secrets of their friendship in his 2006 autobiography.
The actor befriended the 'Material Girl' hitmaker in 1985 when she first began dating Sean Penn and, in his memoir 'Red Carpets and Other Banana Skin's, Everett admitted he was fascinated by her from their very first meeting.
'She really didn't like it (the book). I think it is very affectionate, and certainly with her I was very careful to only write things that were,' Contactmusic quoted him as saying.
'But she felt it was an infringement of privacy... Goddesses like that are obsessed with their public image and want to control everything about it, so if anyone is to tell anyone anything about her it's got to be her,' he added.
Everett, who played the role of Madonna's gay best friend in 1999's The Next Best Thing, insists the singer has never forgiven him, adding, 'Elephants don't forget... She doesn't trust me any more.'

Source: Newkerala/ANI.

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