Pop star Pink ended her "magical journey through New Zealand" with a night at Ponsonby Road bar Revelry, but not before posting a scathing review of another online.
The 'So What' hitmaker and her 30 person entourage were turned away from speakeasy-style Deadshot, as it was too full to accommodate them.
It appears the Grammy Award-winner didn't take the rejection well, telling her nearly 32 million followers the bar was 'not cool'.
The bar says they'd previously advised Pink's team they weren't able to host private events - and reportedly even tried to help her organise another venue.
Pink shouldn't take it too personally, though - she's not the only international superstar to be refused a spot at some of NZ's most coveted tables.
One Direction at Depot
Back in 2012, One Direction arrived in New Zealand and sent fans scrambling all over the city to try and get a glimpse of them sampling the Auckland nightlife.
Harry Styles was reportedly spotted re-kindling a former Kiwi flame at Grey Lynn's Gypsy Tea Rooms, and the band ended up partying into the night at Britomart bar 1885.
One place they didn't end up visiting was Al Brown's restaurant, Depot, at SkyCity.
The popular dining spot has a strict 'no reservations' policy - one that doesn't make exceptions for famous boy bands.
The lads were apparently after a table for 8pm on Friday, but were told they'd have to wait like everyone else.
In the end, the boy band's rumbling tummies couldn't take it anymore, and they headed off elsewhere.
Mötley Crüe at The French Café
The iconic French Café in Auckland is known for its opulent menu, fine-dining atmosphere and turning away hair metal band Mötley Crüe in 2015.
Bassist and founding member of the 'Girls Girls Girls' rockers Nikki Sixx took to Twitter to tell fans how it went down.
"Just got told by The French Cafe in New Zealand 'We don't care who you are, if you don't have reservations you can't eat here'," he wrote.
While they may have been disappointed to miss out on the degustation, Sixx seemed to approve of the restaurant's refusal to prioritise celebrities over mere mortal customers.
"#Goodpoint," he added.
The Crue then reportedly added themselves to the waiting list for the following night.
Liv Tyler at Motel Bar
The early 2000s saw Wellington overrun with A-list celebrities during the filming of Peter Jackson's The Lord Of The Rings.
Multiple media outlets reported that Elijah Wood celebrated his 18th birthday at tucked-away Motel Bar, but his co-star Liv Tyler was allegedly once refused entry.
"The story goes she tried to gain access to the site after hours and was simply not let in," co-owner Rob Scott told Stuff last year.
"It got through the whole community that Liv Tyler wasn't cool enough to get into Motel Bar," he added.
While rumours swirled about the reasons why the Hollywood star didn't make the cut, the most widely accepted version of events is that the establishment was simply too full.
Katy Perry at Euro
Katy Perry first visited Aotearoa with her sold-out California Dreams Tour in 2011. She may have packed out arenas, but she couldn't get a table at a packed out Kiwi eatery.
High-end waterfront restaurant Euro was too busy to accommodate the 'I Kissed A Girl' singer when she and her entourage tried to book a table on a Friday night.
A manager told NZME at the time: "We didn't have room for her, unfortunately."
A year earlier, neighbouring restaurant Soul Bar had reportedly cleared the top balcony of the establishment to accommodate Jay Z and Beyoncé, even removing diners from their spots mid-meal.
On her most recent visit to NZ, Perry was spotted enjoying a frozen yoghurt as she strolled through Auckland's Sylvia Park shopping mall.