We've heard of people talking to animals, but swearing at flowers is definitely new.
After publicly voicing her hatred of hydrangeas at the Venice Film Festival, Madonna has filmed a video apology to the offended delicate flower, and RadarOnline.com has video of her strange dedication which ends with her insulting them even more!
Shot in the style of a 1920s silent movie, the film - which her rep posted on Twitter - shows Madonna crying into a bunch of hydrangeas and kissing them as melancholy music plays in the background and her lament scrolls across the screen.
The subtitled commentary reads:
"You have no idea how many nights I have lost thinking how I hurt you.
“Words can not express how sorry I am. To think I may have caused you pain.
“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 I am left with?"
In a bizarre twist, the 53-year-old singer suddenly changes her tune and screams passionately into the camera while flinging down the poor flowers and stomping on them.
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"I'm left with the fact I still hate hydrangeas! And I will always hate them.
“It's a free country! So f**k you I like roses!!"
There is no response yet from the traumatized hydrangeas to the video rant.
Watch the video on RadarOnline.com below: