The celebrities certainly turned out in force for last night’s GQ Awards but despite not picking up a gong, Kate Moss still managed to steal the headlines after her appearance at the glittering London ceremony. The model is reported to have stormed out after TV actor, James Nesbitt, made a joke at her expense.
Before Kate’s impromptu outburst the gal of the moment was singer, Lily Allen, as she was named Woman of The Year by the men’s magazine. It seemed GQ put David Walliam’s penchant for wearing ladies’ clothes to one side as he was handed the trophy for Most Stylish Man.
However the world famous supermodel managed to upstage all the winners by marching out of the star studded ceremony after the remark made on stage by the Murphy’s Law actor. She also arrived late at the prestigious awards and was ushered through a side door with her boyfriend, Jamie Hince in tow.
The Sun newspaper reports that the 35-year-old model shouted “He’s so f***ing rude!” before walking out and declaring to the room she would never attend the event again. Her explosion could be put down to the free booze she had readily consumed; she certainly appeared a bit squiffy when she was pictured next to her mate Lily Allen in the winner’s room.
Rapper Dizzy Rascal, who picked up the trophy for best solo artist, was reported to have accused the model, who is the face of Rimmel, of stealing his thunder after she interrupted him whilst being interviewed to collect a misplaced lipstick. He is believed to have made fun of the mother of one coming back with “You keep stealing my light, go away.”
Despite the un-model behaviour the ceremony was a success with top funny man Michael McIntyre scooping the comedy award and Welsh performer Michael Sheen collecting the gong for best actor. An army of celebs arrived at the lavish event at the Royal Opera House in the back of chauffeur driven limousines including Liz Hurley, Kelly Brook, Eva Mendes and Alan Carr.