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Talk about a sore loser! Nobody was more upset about Elton John's loss to Madonna at the Golden Globes than singer's partner, David Furnish.
As if John and Furnish's identical looks of displeasure after Madonna won best original song weren't enough of an indication, Furnish took to Facebook to complain about his significant other's single "Hello, Hello" losing.
"Madonna. Best song???? F--k off!!!" Furnish, 49, wrote on his Facebook page after Madonna's single "Masterpiece" won the category.
But Furnish didn't just leave it at the one expletive-infused complaint; he also criticized the Material Girl's way with words, claiming "her acceptance speech was embarrassing in its narcissism."
Then John's partner since 1993 went on to knock the entire ceremony, saying that Madonna's win "truly shows how these awards have nothing to do with merit."
But Madonna doesn't care what Sir Elton and his camp have to say about her win.
"I hope he speaks to me," she told ABC News backstage at the Golden Globes. "He's known to get mad at me, [but] he'll win another award. I don't feel bad."
If it's any consolation to Furnish, he's not the only one who thought Madonna didn't deserve to win. Her directorial debut W.E. (which showcases the song) received generally unfavorable reviews -- earning a mere 28% at Rotten Tomatoes.
"You can't call "W.E." a total disaster; it's too pretty, too nonsensical and finally too insignificant for that," said Salon.com movie critic Andrew O'Heir.