EMILY PRESCOTT: Rebel Wilson and Paris Hilton ‘dress up scary’ in Barbie box and anime costumes at George Clooney’s Halloween party
It was supposed to be a Halloween party, so I guess actress Rebel Wilson lived up to her name when she showed up in a “limited edition” Barbie box costume.
But heiress Paris Hilton also didn’t seem to get the “dress is scary” memo when she stepped out for a party in Beverly Hills as anime character Sailor Moon.
The pair were at the Casamigos Halloween party, hosted by George Clooney’s tequila company, and the celebrities took advantage of it after a two-year hiatus caused by the pandemic.
Let’s Go Party: This was supposed to be a Halloween party, so I guess actress Rebel Wilson lived up to her name when she showed up in a limited edition Barbie costume
Manga: But heiress Paris Hilton also didn’t seem to get the ‘dress terribly’ memo as she stepped out in Beverly Hills as anime character Sailor Moon
He was forced to resign as Deputy Chief Whip in June after being accused of drunkenly groping two men in a club, so it’s a good idea to have disgraced Tory MP Chris Pincher working as a wine critic again ?
Pincher, who denied the groping claims, declared income of £400 for writing two articles for the cultural and political magazine The Critic.
He was a regular contributor to the magazine until its downfall.
Dickie is still Royle
As the Queen’s press secretary, Dickie Arbiter was a knowledgeable man on matters of state.
These days, his remarks are less grand – Dickie, 82, wishes people happy birthday for £34 a pop through Cameo, a website that sells personalized celebrity videos.
But Dickie’s still in royal company: you can also get a shout-out from the Royle family’s Ricky Tomlinson.
Jodie Kidd says she has no regrets about appearing in films made by the BBC to promote controversial World Cup host nation Qatar.
Amnesty criticized the videos for being “softly uncritical” of the Gulf country, where homosexuality is banned and women’s rights are limited, and for “blurring the line between journalism and fundraising”.
Scandal: Jodie Kidd says she has no regrets about appearing in films made by BBC to promote controversial World Cup host country Qatar
But she supports the video, telling me, “Instead of being kind of ignorant and thinking that we’re one religion and one country, it’s really important to understand the world.”
However, Jodie, 44, who is the face of wine brand Leaps and Bounds, adds: “Nothing beats good old England. I like it here without the rain, but this is my home.’