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It's not the first time Irish celebs have hit out at other celebs

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Vogue pictured with hubby Spencer and children Theodore and Gigi

Vogue pictured with hubby Spencer and children Theodore and Gigi

Vogue pictured with hubby Spencer and children Theodore and Gigi

A potential celebrity feud has emerged between Vogue Williams and UK rapper Stormzy after the latter allegedly snubbed Vogue, while she was out with her Made in Chelsea star husband Spencer Matthews.

Vogue says she was left "sick to my stomach" after she and Spencer bumped into the rapper in a Mayfair restaurant.

She claimed that while Stormzy was happy to embrace Spencer, she was completely blanked by the Vossi Bop and Shut Up hit-maker.

Speaking on the podcast she shares with her husband, Vogue said: "He's (Stormzy) lost a fan. I actually used to love Stormzy, I used to buy his albums and everything... I think it was pretty rude, you’re meant to say ‘hi’ to people."

She went on to explain: "I would never just say ‘hi’ to someone's husband and just think to ignore [the other person]. It was rude, I'm saying, I'm finished with Stormzy.

"The only person in this house who bought his albums and listened to him, I'm going to unfollow him as well. It made me sick to my stomach."

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Stormzy during a live performance

Stormzy during a live performance

Stormzy during a live performance

Speaking to her husband, she added: "You were starstruck, I will admit that he did make a bigger effort but it was rude not to say hello to me."

Speaking of his reaction to the rapper’s embrace, Spencer said: "I walked past him and we lock eyes and he's like, 'what's up man, how are you doing?'

"Gave me a big high-five in front of all his crew and I was like, 'yeah, things are good'.”

Speaking to his wife he added: "Vogue is like his biggest fan, I didn't even bother introducing you because I was so delighted.

"Vogue talks about him morning, noon and night, has him playing when she's in the shower, he is constantly on in this house and he was like, 'all right Spence, how's it going?'

"Sorry, are you going to say 'hi' to Vogue? No, not at all."

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Louis Walsh was relieved of his duties by Ronan Keating

Louis Walsh was relieved of his duties by Ronan Keating

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It's not the first time Irish celebrities have become embroiled in spats.

Louis Walsh and Ronan Keating famously had a dingdong in 2003 whenever Keating relieved Walsh of his managerial duties, even though Walsh had discovered the singer at the age of 16.

The pair allegedly don't talk to each other any more.

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Ronan Keating and Walsh parted ways in 2003

Ronan Keating and Walsh parted ways in 2003

Ronan Keating and Walsh parted ways in 2003

Actor Johnny Connors and boy band singer Brian McFadden nearly came to blows after a Twitter spat erupted when McFadden tweeted in agreement with Donald Trump's criticism of Oscar-winning movie Parasite.

Love/Hate star Connors responded that the movie was a "masterpiece", advising McFadden to "stick to the dodgy harmonies".

McFadden raged back: "I've been making music and touring for over 21 years. You played yourself in Love/Hate and think you're Russell Crowe."

At one stage Connors proposed a charity boxing match, but unfortunately nothing ever materialised.

Perhaps one of the most bizarre episodes in celebrity mudslinging emerged when twin hairsprayed pop stars Jedward got in a verbal tussle with Ulster conspiracy enthusiast, and former Corrs guitarist, Jim Corr.

Tensions between the three reached fever pitch during the pandemic after Corr attended an anti-mask protest in Dublin.

From their conjoined Twitter account, Jedward posted: 'Dear Dublin Anti-Mask Protest! Get the f*** inside you selfish low lives sincerely the rest of the country.'

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Outspoken on Covid-19: Jedward

Outspoken on Covid-19: Jedward

Outspoken on Covid-19: Jedward

Goading Corr, who had praised the "great turnout" at the rally, the pair punnily added: 'When your core (!) message is wrong you have no legs to stand on! There's only one right in this fight against COVID so don't even try to question it! Change your attitude and get with the times!'

In response, Corr tweeted: 'Shut up you fools and grow a brain between you.'

Showing their fangs, the duo responded: 'You're a waste of our time, we are getting bored. May as well be talking to a brick wall. Go to bed Jim.'

Corr responded: 'Ireland's Milli Vanilli have spoken and I shall hand in my notice forthwith.'

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The Corrs racked up 40 million album sales worldwide

The Corrs racked up 40 million album sales worldwide

The Corrs racked up 40 million album sales worldwide

He also sent the pair a link to the Corr's video for I Never Loved You Anyway.

Not to be outdone, Jedward hit back: 'You're the best background band member in the history of Irish music… You're just another #COVIDIOT good luck with your air guitar skills.'

Irish celebs almost came to fisticuffs on another occasion when elderly singing sensation Dickie Rock took umbrage after fellow crooner and Eurovision winner Johnny Logan, when asked about Dickie, said: "What would Dickie Rock know about being a musician? Dickie's idea of an international tour was to have a gig in England."

He added: "I love Dickie, but he's a legend in his own head… He lives in a fantasy world."

An 82 year old Dickie, upon hearing of his fellow singer's remarks, said: "I'd give him a f*****g box. I'm 82. Even now I'd give him a box."

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