Elton John Needs an Olive Branch

As Sir Elton John is slammed for his treatment of his ex-wife, we suggest he ought to offer an olive branch as appeasement to get her off her ‘Crocodile Rock’

This morning, the Sunday Mirror reported that Renate Blauel has been “praised for launching a legal action against” her ex-husband, Crocodile Rock crooner Sir Elton John.


Quoting an unnamed ‘ex-pal’ of the I Should Have Sent Roses singer and husband of the titleless David Furnish, the paper reported: “It’s good that someone takes him to task. No one else has been brave enough.”


With calming relief and a dose of Medicine Man required all-round plainly, one is simply left thinking: “Dear God: A soothing pool filled with olive oil for anyone?”


Pictured top: Left – In December 2019, the tempestuous crooner reportedly told two security guards to “f**k off” whilst on stage at Peth’s HBF Park stadium in Australia. According to Smooth Radio, he allegedly most politely added: “Let her get up here immediately… Come on you c***ts… Morons, both of you, morons… F***ing pieces of s**t you both are… You turds!” Right – In January 2019, Sir Elton John promised his ‘Farewell Tour’ would be his last one (unsurprisingly that proved to be nonsense and he was soon back on the road).


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Elton Needs an Olive Branch – Sir Elton John legal action by ex-wife – As Sir Elton John is slammed for his treatment of his ex-wife, we suggest he ought to offer an olive branch as appeasement to get her off her ‘Crocodile Rock.’
In May 2016, Sir Elton John and David Furnish told the ‘Daily Mail’ about their “perfect marriage” and did so in their “own words…”


  1. We don’t want him back Down Under!!!!!!!!! He caused enough trouble last time letting people down!!!!!!!!!!!! He needs to be kept away from decent folk!!!!!!!!! He has an illness of the mind!!!!!!!!!!!!!! And likely other illnesses also!!!!!!!!!

  2. Elton John should have learnt from how he treated his mother and been decent to his ex-wife. Plainly he’s had another tantrum and chucked his toys out of the pram and straight into the paddling pool. He ought to leave fun and games to the younger ones.

    • What are you talking about? This situation, and the situation with his mother are completely different. He hasn’t fallen out with Renate, he has only good things to say about her. The problem is, it looks like they made a verbal agreement to say nothing at all and Renate wants it formalised.Thsts it.


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