Victoria Beckham has reportedly banned a host of her celebrity enemies from attending the Spice Girls' reunion concerts.
The 33-year-old singer - who is currently in the middle of the band's 17-date residency at London's O2 arena which is part of their world tour - has compiled a list of stars who are not welcome at the venue as they have upset her in the past.
The list includes British glamour model Jordan and her husband Peter Andre, Lily Allen, Sophie Ellis Bextor, TV star Denise Van Outen and camp comedian Graham Norton.
A source said: "Victoria has taken some stick over the years from certain celebrities. She doesn't want to be doing her stuff on stage, and then see famous faces in the audience taking the p**s.
"So, quite understandably, Victoria has banned a number of well-known names from the show."
Jordan and Peter publicly slated Victoria and her soccer star husband David on national TV, while Sophie - who beat Victoria in a chart battle in 2000 - slammed the Spice Girls' latest video 'Headlines (Friendship Never Ends)'.
Lily criticised Victoria's figure, saying she was too thin to be a good role model, while Graham and Denise have also ridiculed her appearance.
Last night (02.01.08), George Michael was in the audience cheering on close friend Geri Halliwell and the rest of the girls, Victoria, Mel C, Emma Bunton and Mel B.
A galaxy of stars have seen the band perform, including Tom Cruise and his wife Katie Holmes, Rihanna and British TV chef Gordon Ramsay.