During an appearance on the Graham Norton Show earlier this month, Elton John revealed Eminem sent he and partner David Furnish "two diamond-entrusted c**k rings, on velvet cushions" on the day of their 2006 civil union.John also defended the claims of homophobia against the rapper in the past. I interviewed him last week for a magazine," he continued. She wrote, “Happy early birthday to me.” It was her first Instagram since March.Ladies and gentlemen, if you want to spend a night with Eminem get on a dating app - but it might not be the one you think.It was released on December 6, 2005, the same day as the album was released, as the lead single."When I'm Gone" received mostly positive reviews from music critics.The sluggish, lumbering bump causes his lyrics to stumble and sound forced in their delivery.
But in a new interview with Vulture, Eminem opened up."He was accused of being homophobic by so many people because of his lyrics, which I thought was nonsense," John said. "I came out and supported the fact that he isn't and I appeared on the Grammys with him, doing 'Stan'. While it's not up to the standard of "Mockingbird," it is more fully realized than the two other new cuts here..." Pitchfork considered: "When I'm Gone" is an all desolate placeholder—lesser version of Eminem songs that already piss me off."Gone" is the worst offender, yet another love letter from Em to daughter Hailie, it, like Encore's "Mockingbird", is heavy-handed and saccharine." IGN also panned the single: "The latter, however, is another prime example of the beat dragging Eminem down.When it comes to forming new relationships, stars are just like us.For example, Eminem admitted that he uses Tinder to find dates.Tarick Salmaci, from the TV show The Contender, makes an appearance in the video with his wife.All Music wrote a mixed to positive overview: "There's the closing "When I'm Gone," a sentimental chapter in the Eminem domestic psychodrama that bears the unmistakable suggestion that Em is going away for a while.Eminem uses imagery to evoke a feeling of sadness about his family falling apart.The music video for the song was directed by Anthony Mandler.