Kevin Costner has revealed how Madonna apologized for mocking him on film in her 1991 documentary, �Truth Or Dare�.
The actor admits he was �embarrassed� and �hurt� by the scene showing him telling Madge backstage during the Blond Ambition tour that her show was �neat� only for the singer to shove her finger down her throat and say, "Anybody who says my show is 'neat' has to go" when he left.
Kevin reveals to the LA Times: "Yeah, I was embarrassed by it and kind of hurt by it. I just went back there because I was asked to go back. And I found the best word that I could. I never called her on it or whatever.�
He goes on to say that, nearly fifteen years later, Madonna embarrassed him again with a very public apology:
"But she did a really beautiful thing. She was performing [in L.A.] about three or four years ago, so I decided to take my daughters to see her. I just thought this is somebody they should see. I didn't call anybody for tickets, I just got tickets and we went down....
"And about the third song in, the lights were down, and she said, 'I want to apologize to someone.' And all of a sudden my face starts to get hot.... And she says, 'I want to apologize to Kevin Costner.' She just said it very simply�I never wrote her to say thank you, but I appreciate it from the bottom of my heart, and that meant more to me than you could ever know."