British musician James Morrison, who achieved worldwide success with his debut single, “You Give Me Something,” and whose debut album “Undiscovered” sold in excess of 3,500,000 copies, was less than impressed when he met Madonna, calling her “the most impolite celebrity” he’s ever met. “I was recording in a studio in L.A. and she came in to speak to a producer and someone asked if I wanted to meet her,” the London Daily Star quoted him as saying. “I’m not her biggest fan but thought I’d say hello so I went over and said: ‘Hello, I’m James, nice to meet you,” and put my hand out to shake hands. She just looked at it and said: ‘And what do you do?’ I told her I was a singer and she just stared at me and didn’t say anything. It was really uncomfortable. Then she just ignored me,” he said. He added: “F*** her, though, it’s just a matter of common courtesy. It doesn’t matter what someone does for a living. She’s just rude. There’s no excuse for it.” Morrison’s new album, “Songs for You, Truths for Me,” will be released September 29th.