Madonna 's people have been suggesting as such all week, and now the Queen Of Pop has come out herself on the matter - she's really not happy with Mia's middle-finger flip at last Sunday's Super Bowl, describing the act as "teenage." Mia, it barely needs repeating, was appearing alongside Madge and Niki Minaj as part of the former's half-time Super Bowl show and the three were singing the collaborative 'Give Me All Your Luvin' when the 36 year-old opted to flip her middle finger up at the camera and utter the line "I don't give a s**t" causing an uproar, in the media at least.
Earlier in the week, Madonna's people told UK newspaper The Sun "Madonna wasn't impressed. She prides herself on professionalism," continuing "Madonna wanted to put on a world-beating performance. But everyone ended up talking about this girl's middle finger."
Now the 53 year-old herself has come out to Ryan Seacrest on his show on Kiis Radio and said "I wasn't happy about it. I know it's kind of punk rock and everything, but to me there was just such a feeling of love and good energy and positivity, and it just seemed negative". Continuing she stated, "It's kind of a teenager irrelevant thing to do," she added, with apparent lack of self-reflection or irony. "There was such a feeling of love and unity so what was the point?" No doubt all the money they'll making from the single will ease her anger somewhat.