Madonna has created a spoof video apologizing for her now infamous hatred of hydrangeas. In case you missed it, here's the backstory: When Madonna was at a press conference at the Venice Film Festival, the Material Girl graciously accepted hydrangeas from a fan. But once the fan walked away, she rolled her eyes and whispered to the person next to her, "I absolutely loathe hydrangeas." Little did she know that her side comment was picked up by the microphone in front her. After the YouTube video of her hydrangea hating went viral (it's received nearly 2.5 million views), Madonna took a lot of heat for badmouthing a fan's gift. But as we all know, Madge doesn't stand down to anyone. She created a silent film-style video of her own, sarcastically titled, "Madonna's Love Letter to Hydrangeas." The black-and-white miniflick begins with Madonna hugging hydrangeas and subtitles that read, "You have no idea how many nights I have lost thinking about how I hurt you. . . . If I could take back my words I would but I can't, so what am I left with?" And then the punch line: "I'm left with the fact I still hate hydrangeas! And I will always hate them!" Social media love the video. @saracinadesigns tweeted, "I don't like hydrangeas but I do love #Madonna."
Madonna's entry into the film world must have left a vacancy in the music industry because Jim Carrey is trying to be a rock star. Without warning, the funnyman showed up at the New York City rock bar Arlene's Grocery. He took the stage and performed karaoke to three songs with the house band. Cell phone videos of his performance are spreading across the Web like wildfire. Carrey's rendition of "Creep," by Radiohead, has already received more than 100,000 views. This isn't the first time Carrey and creepiness have joined forces. His bizarre video love letter to actress Emma Stone made a splash on social media last month. He was also recently seen spray-painting the garage door of his Manhattan art studio. Check out the video on Yahoo!'s OMG Now.