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Monday, November 19, 2012

So you had a good time then Kate?

She's the golden girl of partying so she was bound to put on a good show when it was her own big night launching her new book.

The supermodel had turned up to the event at 50 St James on Thursday night looking the picture of perfection in a shimmering floor-length gold gown, without even a hair out of place.

But fast forward several hours - and no doubt a few drinks later - and Moss emerged looking slightly dishevelled and worse for wear. The catwalk star was seen walking out of the party in the early hours of Friday morning with a less preened look.

But she wasn't the only one to have let their hair down at the bash.

Far from it in fact as a few stars emerged looking like they may have had one too many.

Meanwhile it was a star studded bash, including the likes of Florence Welch, Noel Gallagher and Bob Geldof in attendance and the men were seen having a chin wag together.

— Daily Mail

Kate Moss may have arrived at her book launch looking preened to perfection (left) but she left looking worse for wear and dishevelled.

Better practice your blue steel!

He's one of the biggest R'n'B stars in the world but is better known for his controversial assault arrest.

So Chris Brown has taken matters into his own hands to try and clean up his tarnished image, by signing with a modelling agency. Exploring a different career route, the star clearly wants to be known as more than just a singer and Rihanna's ex-boyfriend. The singer has signed a contract with Wilhelmina International Inc, with the intention of bagging himself some lucrative and image-boosting product and label endorsement deals as well as editorial and licensing opportunities.

The Turn Up The Music singer, who is continually being linked to former girlfriend Rihanna, sets off on his Carpe Diem world tour this week.

After turning around his music career, it seems that he star is set on a complete image transformation. "Art and style has always played a significant role in my life — it's evolved with me throughout my career," said Chris in a statement. "I'm so happy to join the Wilhelmina team, which has countless successes in the industry, to explore this new avenue," he continued.

"We recognize that Chris Brown is not just a voice, a dance or a lyric; he is a multi-faceted artist with a unique take on style, and we are excited to translate and extend his brand into these industries," said Taylor Hendrich, director of Wilhelmina Men.

— Daily Mail

Judi Shekoni was on a cruise in the Bahamas a few years ago when she happened on the book that was to change her career. She picked up her friend's copy of Twilight and, like millions around the world, became hooked.

Judi had enjoyed a successful spell as gangster's moll Precious Hudson in EastEnders, but after moving to Los Angeles to pursue her career, she heard that the producers of the Twilight film franchise were casting for the role of Amazonian vampire Zafrina.

"I wanted the role really badly, so I got an audition and I landed the part," she says. "It was a dream come true." The Twilight films have raked in more than £1.2 billion at the box office and have transformed Kristen Stewart, who plays Bella Swan, and Robert Pattinson, her vampire lover Edward Cullen, into worldwide stars.

Judi spent six months filming Breaking Dawn Part 2 on location in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, in the US, and in Vancouver and Squamish in Canada. "When I first arrived, there were Twi-hards at the airport, and kids following us around with their mums."

She has borne witness to the Twilight phenomenon called The Screamer — where fans attend a Twilight event and 'scream and just keep screaming. Even so, she is incredibly accommodating of her followers.

Her role in Twilight is by far Judi's biggest break since pitching up in Hollywood six years ago, spurred on by her success on EastEnders.

— Daily Mail





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