Madonna's after-show party following a concert in London's Hyde Park caused neighbors to complain about noise pollution.

The 53-year-old singer hosted a gathering at her Mayfair home with celebrities including George Michael and Stella Mccartney as guests.

However local residents called out the noise abatement team over her loud bash.

One nearby dweller claimed the council did nothing to stop the noise until it was too late.

They told the Daily Mirror newspaper: ''It went on until quarter past two. It was all out in the garden - it woke me up. She is a pain''.

A Westminster Council spokesman said a complaint about loud music was called in after midnight from a resident in Great Cumberland Place.

He said: ''When officers arrived, they could clearly hear music and shouting.

''In their opinion it was unreasonable on a weekday evening so they served a noise abatement notice on the owner of the house.

''As soon as the notice was received, the volume was turned down and there were no further complaints.''

Madonna recently cancelled plans to tour Australia.

She was expected to play in Sydney and Melbourne early next year - although no dates had been confirmed - but she will now wind up her tour in support of new album 'MDNA' in December.