Madonna was spotted attending a Kaballah ceremony this week with an eyewitness claiming she didn't even greet other followers, including fashion powerhouse Donna Karan.
The 'Girl Gone Wild' hitmaker visited the Park Avenue Armory in New York on Tuesday to sit through a Yom Kippur ceremony with her daughter Lourdes, after slipping in through a private entrance.
According to the New York Post's Page Six, the ceremony was held up until Madonna arrived and when she did, she sat quietly without acknowledging any other followers.
"Madonna was the last to arrive, and it seemed like they were holding up the ceremony to wait for her," a source told the publication.
"She came through a back entrance with her daughter, Lourdes, and was seated in the front row. Once she was seated, it could begin."
"All the men were in white but Madonna had a loud track suit on. Also there was her younger boyfriend, who arrived wearing cream."
The insider claims that Madonna didn't even greet fashion designer Donna Karan who was seated nearby.
"She definitely set herself apart from everyone else. She is like the queen of Kabbalah," the source added.
Perhaps Madonna wanted to indulge in a little meditation following the controversy she sparked this week after describing President Barack Obama as a "black Muslim" in the White House.