Madonna News: Singer Acted Like A Complete Diva At The Met Gala? [VIDEO]

Has Madonna gone back to her old ways? Or has she just not changed throughout all of these years? That might be the case as there's a new rumor that says the former chart topper was a major diva during this year's Met Gala in New York City on Monday night.

According to Page Six, either Madonna was having a major moment or being just herself when she insisted on having the entire red carpet to herself for those all-important fashion photos.

One source told the site, "Madonna cleared the red carpet to make her big entrance, even though she was not really dressed. All these A-listers had to wait for Madonna, who insisted on having the carpet to herself, to have her pictures taken."

If that weren't enough, Madonna apparently made other A-listers like Katy Perry, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, Naomi Campbell, Solange wait in line before stepping on the red carpet as she wanted the photographers just to herself.

A photo posted by Madonna (@madonna) on May 2, 2016 at 9:11pm PDT


Unfortunately, the scene even reportedly became tense at one point when Katy Perry started to get impatient with the Material Girl and shouted out at her, "Are we ready now? Can we go?"

So far, a rep for Madonna has not made any comments about the report. The blonde ambitious one walked the red carpet with her designer, Ricardo Tisci. If that weren't enough, Joan Collins even had some nasty things to say about Madonna and her bizarre ensemble during a recent appearance on Good Morning Britain

"I thought it was a costume party, Halloween look," the ledendary actress/author said. "But it's the Met Ball which is supposedly one of the most glamorous and fashionable events and I thought that the bottom thing coming out was a bit over the top... I am the least ageist person... if you want to do that, be prepared to be made a figure of fun because I don't know anybody who hasn't been laughing about it."

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