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Elton John Slams Madonna: ‘Her Career’s Over… She’s A C***’

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Aug. 6 2012, Published 6:00 a.m. ET

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By RadarOnline.com Staff

Elton John has given Madonna a bitter tongue lashing calling her "a fairground stripper" whose "career is over."

The feisty music legend has reignited his long-time feud with the Material Girl after she made derogatory comments about his son, Zachery's godmother, Lady Gaga.

Speaking out in a revealing interview with his good friend Molly Meldrum aired on Australian TV, Elton launched into one of his famous tirades, with Madonna at the receiving end.

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Angry at Madonna's constant criticism of who she's accused of stealing from her hit, Express Yourself, for her own Born This Way - Elton let loose.

"Why is she such a nightmare?" he asked. "Sorry, her career is over. Her tour has been a disaster and it couldn't happen to a bigger c***."

He then attacked her music and her outrageous dress sense.

"If Madonna had any common sense she would have made a record like Ray Of Light and stayed away from the dance stuff and just been a great pop singer and make great pop records, which she does brilliantly.

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"But no, she had to go and prove…she looks like a f***ing fairground stripper. She's been horrible to Gaga."

So what is Gaga like as a godmother?

"She's great," he said. "Wherever she is in the world she sends texts to him. She asks 'how is he?' she comes and baths him, she sings to him, she's a good godmother and she really pays attention."

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