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Susan Sarandon On The Election

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The revolution came, but we had the chance for a peaceful, smooth one. I admire her. She was like the lone wolf standing tall above the Hollywood establishment. And she hasn’t devolved into hysterics over the election. She just keeps moving forward. Great attitude

 Susan Sarandon takes on controversy over her Hillary Clinton opposition and where we are now. http://bit.ly/2kA4Fa9

Forbes Richest Celebrity List 2013

Forbes Richest Celebrity List 2013

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1 Oprah Winfrey

2 Lady Gaga

3 Steven Spielberg

4 Beyonce Knowles

5 Madonna

6 Taylor Swift

7 Bon Jovi

8 Roger Federer

9 Justin Bieber

10 Ellen DeGeneres

11 Hugh Jackman

12 Jennifer Lopez

13 Rihanna

14 Coldplay

15 Tiger Woods

16 LeBron James

17 Simon Cowell

18 Katy Perry

19 David Beckham

20 Robert Downey Jr

21 Leonardo DiCaprio

22 Tyler Perry

23 Channing Tatum

24 Kobe Bryant

25 Dwayne Johnson

26 Ryan Seacrest

27 Tom Cruise

28 Mark Wahlberg

29 Seth MacFarlane

30 Donald Trump

31 Cristiano Ronaldo

32 Jay-Z

33 Dr. Phil Mcgraw

34 Glenn Beck

35 Will Smith

36 Ben Affleck

37 Rush Limbaugh

38 David Letterman

39 Lionel Messi

40 Adam Sandler

41 Angelina Jolie

42 E.L. James

43 Toby Keith

44 James Patterson

45 Howard Stern

46 Carrie Underwood

47 Kenny Chesney

48 Usain Bolt

49 Jennifer Lawrence

50 Drew Brees

51 Rafael Nadal

52 Phil Mickelson

53 Ashton Kutcher

54 Sofia Vergara

55 Peter Jackson

56 Serena Williams

57 Jon Stewart

58 Jerry Bruckheimer

59 Kanye West

60 Jerry Seinfeld

61 Michael Bay

62 Maria Sharapova

63 Dr. Dre

64 Jennifer Aniston

65 Tom Brady

66 Kim Kardashian

67 Charlie Sheen

68 Calvin Harris

69 Rachael Ray

70 Kristen Stewart

71 Gwyneth Paltrow

72 Sean Hannity

73 Meryl Streep

74 David Guetta

75 Stephen King

76 Christopher Nolan

77 Gordon Ramsay

78 Manny Pacquiao

79 Tina Fey

80 Mark Burnett

81 Gisele Bundchen

82 J.K. Rowling

83 Alec Baldwin

84 Emma Stone

85 Charlize Theron

86 Neil Patrick Harris

87 Suzanne Collins

88 Floyd Mayweather

89 Mila Kunis

90 Sandra Bullock

91 Danica Patrick

92 Amy Poehler

93 George Lopez

94 Ray Romano

95 Kevin Hart

96 Zooey Deschanel

97 Louis C.K.

98 Melissa McCarthy

99 Joss Whedon

100 Miranda Kerr

Golden Globes: “Madonna. Best song???? Fuck off!!!” Who said it?

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Elton John‘s Husband: Madonna Is ‘Embarrassing’ and ‘Desperate’
By STACEY ANDERSON
JANUARY 17, 2012

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Not everyone was pleased with Madonna’s win for Best Original Song at the Golden Globes on Sunday. After the Material Girl-turned-director picked up the prize for her track “Masterpiece,” from her film W.E. – beating out Elton John’s “Hello Hello” from Gnomeo and Juliet – John’s husband took to the internet to voice his disgust.

“Madonna. Best song???? Fuck off!!!” wrote David Furnish on his Facebook. He continued in a separate post that also scoffed at the pop star’s moment at the podium: “Madonna winning Best Original Song truly shows how these awards have nothing to do with merit. Her acceptance speech was embarrassing in its narcissism. And her criticism of Gaga shows how desperate she really is.”

Furnish’s support of Lady Gaga (godmother to his child with John) references comments that Madonna made in several interviews last week, in which she equated the young singer’s “Born This Way” as “reductive” and “an interesting redo of my song,” that being her 1989 hit “Express Yourself.” His sharp words were the couple’s second attack launched at Madonna since Sunday. When questioned before the ceremony about his competition for Best Original Song by interviewer Carson Daly, John replied, “Madonna hasn’t got a fucking chance.”

John’s barb was in line with past comments he’s made about the pop singer, including a well-publicized interview several years ago in which he called her a “lip-syncher.” There may also be a political dimension to the hubbub: as the Chicago Sun-Times‘ Bill Zwecker notes, John and Furnish enjoy a close relationship with the British monarchy, whose climactic abdication scandal of 1936 is dramatized in Madonna’s W.E.

For her part, Madonna attempted to keep the peace at the Golden Globes, telling reporters backstage, “[I hope Elton] speaks to me for the next couple of years. He’s been known to get mad at me, so I don’t know. He’s brilliant, and I adore him, so he’ll win another award. I don’t feel bad.”