Kim Kardashian might be 'desperate' to get to know Beyonce and get into her inner circle, but her plans aren't quite working out as Beyonce seemed to pretty much ignore her on Saturday night.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star attended the Made In America festival in Philadelphia this weekend, as did Beyonce, as the ladies were both there to support their men Jay-Z and Kanye West, but Beyonce “didn't even acknowledge” Kim until the end, according to a new report.
“Kim and Beyonce barely spoke to each other,” a source told Confidenti@l, before adding: “They were on opposite sides of the stage. Beyonce didn’t even acknowledge [Kardashian] was there until the concert was almost over.”
Beyonce pictured at the festival with Santigold (Splash News)
Kanye was one of Jay-Z's special guests during his performance at the festival, and is not only one of the '99 Problems' rapper's best pals, but he's also reportedly Blue Ivy's godfather.
But according to the source, it wasn't just Beyonce who went cold, as they said: “(Kardashian) didn’t make any efforts to go speak to Beyonce either,” the source explained, revealing that the 31-year-old spent a lot of time with her buddy Jonathan Cheban and Kanye.
Kim was allegedly 'uncomfortable” when the pair “made small talk in the dressing room, but you could tell Kim was uncomfortable. She clung onto Kanye the entire time and didn't say much,” the source revealed.
They also added: “(Kardashian) was talking to Jonathan, and Kanye was talking to Jay-Z and Beyonce.”
Kim did praise Jay-Z for his set, but it sounds as if he had food on his mind.
There's been rumours of the girl's tense friendship for awhile now with B reportedly slamming Kim for trying to "buy her friendship" after the reality star gave Beyonce's daughter an expensive bracelet back in July.
The insider has revealed that Beyonce called on chef Anthony DiRienzo from STARR Restaurants (Buddakkan, Morimoto) to prepare her meals, which allegedly included a chicken quesadilla with no cheese and watermelon tomato salad.
They loved the nosh so much that they ordered some take-away meals for their private jet on Sunday.
Jay-Z joined by Kanye West and Beyonce at 'Made In America' festival