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Ashton’s shoving match

 

Ashton Kutcher got into a melee with security at Stagecoach — a country music festival in Indio, Calif. — after a security guard got physical with the actor and a fan, TMZ reports.

According to the website, Kutcher was in the VIP area to check out Nick 13 and Dwight Yoakam on Saturday night when a woman approached him to shake his hand. But security intervened and shoved the two of them and “chaos” ensued.

TMZ sources said the guard demanded that Kutcher be ejected, but the actor left on his own.

He’s sorry

Can you feel the love between Elton John and Madonna?

Sir John said in an interview on Extra their decade-long feud is no longer.

“We were in a restaurant in France in the summertime,” he said. “She came in, and I sent over a note. … I apologized profusely because what I said should never have appeared in public.”

Their altercation began in 2002 when John had choice words over Madonna’s song for the James Bond Die Another Day film. He remarked that it was “the worst Bond tune ever.”

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