Lily Allen is apparently boring other celebrities by being confrontational.
The singer is known for being outspoken and often writes lyrics about A-listers she doesn't get along with. Her official website included a search engine, which has now been removed, that brought up the response "Did you mean 'docile pop rubbish?'" when users searched names including Beyoncé Knowles and Cheryl Cole.
It's not the first time Lily, 29, and Cheryl have fallen out, following a 2007 song written by Lily titled Cheryl Tweedy.
"Cheryl is so over Lily using her name for attention," an insider sighed to British magazine Star. "She thinks Lily needs to move on."
Lily also raised eyebrows when she performed at GAY nightclub in London recently. The singer appeared to be imitating Beyoncé in an array of racy outfits while performing similar dance routines to the Crazy in Love star.
She also sparked a Twitter feud with model Jourdan Dunn earlier this month after the 23-year-old queried the lyrics in song Insincerely Yours, from her controversial Sheezus album.
The track slams Jourdan, Rita Ora and Cara Delevingne and mentions pictures of "ugly kids" on Instagram, which the model, who has four-year-old son Riley, didn't take kindly to.
"Errm @lilyallen who's 'ugly kids' was you talking about in this song??" she queried on Twitter.
"I'm just curious that's all... I'm not here for 'twitter beef' I'm just asking a simple question (sic)"
"I'm sick of explaining my lyrics to people, they're pop songs, no more, no less. If you don't get it or like it, look the other way. Simples (sic)," Lily fired back.