A catfight of epic proportions could have occurred over the weekend —if only Madonna had cared enough to let it happen.
After she showed up disguised in a floppy hat and huge sunglasses, Hudson told party guests that she didn't want to be recognized, and seemed upset when the media discovered her identity anyway.
Hudson, who was most recently caught out with A-Rod at Hotel ZaZa inDallaslast week, arrived nearly an hour before Madonna. However, upon hearing about theMaterial Girl's impending arrival at halftime, Hudson ceded her prime VIP real estate and booked it to the back of the tent; Madge took the seats she vacated.
"Kate was completely intimidated by Madonna," said one guest. "She clearly didn't want trouble and decided to keep a low profile for the rest of the match."
Said a second guest, "I didn't even see Kate Hudson again after Madonna arrived. She ran away! But if I were dating Madonna's ex, I'd be scared, too!"
While Hudson hung out in the back of the tent, Madonna rocked her royal status. After showing up in a blackMercedes-Benzwith severalNYPDescorts, she held court with boy toyJesus Luz, her kidsRocco RitchieandDavid Banda, as well as palsMarc Jacobs,Lorenzo Martoneand photographerSteven Klein.
"Madonna literally didn't care," said a third eyewitness.
"She showed up with no makeup, a dowdy [denim] outfit and her hair pulled up in a ponytail. She doesn't need to compete with Kate, because she will always be Queen Bee."
Holding son David's hand, Madonna jetted immediately following the match — in a private New York Water Taxi. Other guests, of course, took the ferries that Veuve Clicquot's team had provided.
There was no need to be scared, Kate. Madge has got a man. And you've got yours — for now!
source: nYDAILY nEWS