Madonna Takes The Kids To The LA Kabbalah Centre

Then she throws a hissy fit at Elton John's Oscar party

Before the craziness of the Academy Awards took hold here in Hollywood last night, Madonna gathered up her children Lourdes Maria and David Banda for a family visit to the Los Angeles Kabbalah Centre to get her church on … here are a couple photos of the 3 of them making their way out of the temple Saturday afternoon:


And while Madge did NOT attend the actual Oscars ceremony, she did make an appearance at the 18th Annual Elton John AIDS Foundation Oscar Party after the show … and it is being reported that she was acting quite unruly, even by Madonna standards:

Within minutes of walking in, I’m told Madge was out-flouncing even her notoriously stroppy host, demanding organisers fill her glass with her personal favourite Belvedere vodka, instead of the party-sponsoring Grey Goose brand. My man with the cocktail shaker reveals: “Madonna walked in with her manager Guy Oseary and her entourage and ordered a Belvedere vodka. “It was left to one rather nervous waiter to tell her only Grey Goose was available and when he did all hell broke loose. Madonna was dropping F-bombs like they were going out of fashion. Fortunately Guy was able to calm her down. But she sulked about the vodka and ordered a non-alcoholic virgin mojito instead. She was clearly up for a drink, but wasn’t prepared to compromise on her vodka choice.” The singer’s mood failed to lift as the night wore on, especially when she ran into screen legend and former fitness queen Jane Fonda. My source tells me: “Jane spotted Madonna and yelled, ‘Hey Madonna! It’s me… Jane’. “But Madonna didn’t even turn to look at her and just said, ‘Hey Jane’ as she marched past.” And Jane wasn’t the only one who dodged a bullet. Guy Ritchie narrowly avoided crossing paths with his ex-missus … The Lock Stock director arrived at Soho House for a sesh with Brit actor Jason Statham, but called ahead to check his ex wasn’t around. Smart cookie.

Oh Madge, you’re such a diva. To be honest, I doubt the scene was quite as dramatic as this report makes it seem … she prolly threw a hissy fit but in a joking manner. Whatever the case may be, the fact remains that she IS Madonna and she can say and do whatever the hells she likes … period. As you might expect, Maddy refused to be photographed last night but, again, I guess she’s just being Madonna.

[Photo credit: X17; Source]

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  1. Julein

    “the fact remains that she IS Madonna and she can say and do whatever the hells she likes … period.”

    Nah, not really. that’s why she’s slowly slid into irrelevance.

  2. Yoka

    ‘Thru’? Really?

  3. debho

    There is no substitute for manners.,,,no matter how famous and all that you think you might be. I’m afraid Madge has lost hers. Boo.

  4. Lol

    Boo hoo, people can say she’s irrelevant or whatever, but the fact is she’s a legend and IS relevant and pretty much the most famous woman on the planet, and yes, she can do what she wants. It really doesn’t matter who has a problem with it either. You can say it’s wrong, but it doesn’t change the fact she can and will do what she wants.

    Personally, I’d love for her to bitch at me. It would be amazing.

  5. PixiesBassline

    I would’ve flipped Jane Fonda off and told her to fuck herself.

  6. Rolf

    “….she prolly threw a hissy fit but in a joking manner. Whatever the case may be, the fact remains that she IS Madonna and she can say and do whatever the hells she likes … period.”

    Oh Trent, I wish you didn’t say/write that. I’ve always favored your blog over other celebrity sides because you’ve always come across as a pretty grounded guy, but this post just turned me off. When you say something like that, what kind of message does it send out? “She can say and do whatever the hell she likes.” Really now? So if she was reported for verbally or physically abusing someone, it would be okay too since she IS Madonna? And how exactly does one throw a hissy fit in a joking manner? If it were a megastar that you disliked saying and doing such things, would you be saying the same thing?

    I know you probably didn’t mean for it to come across as how I interpreted it, but then again, how many ways can you interpret “she can say or do whatever the hell she wants”? Still like you, Trent, just wish you hadn’t said what you said in this post. But I’d probably get a ‘this is his blog and he he can say or do whatever the hell HE wants’ from other readers anyway.

    • @Rolf — I’m not trying to send out a message, I’m stating a fact. Whether we like it or not, agree with it or not … it’s true. I’m not endorsing the behavior, but it is what it is. Our society is built this way. I love Madonna but i don’t necessarily agree with everything she does.

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