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Kate Moss - A Spot Of Trouble

Sep. 9 2009, Published 1:02 p.m. ET

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Supermodel Kate Moss was a big hit at the star studded GQ Men Of The Year Awards – but sadly for all the wrong reasons.

Moss, 35, sporting a skin hugging mini dress and a bad bout of acne, arrived late and left the event early swearing that she was never coming ‘to one of

these f****** award ceremonies again’.

But not before she downed some cocktails and did an embarrassing style pole-dance around a column inside The Royal Opera House in London where the event was held Tuesday night.

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Pop songbird Lily Allen, 24, who received the GQ Woman Of The Year award from Moss, looked embarrassed as her model friend skulked past her while she was being interviewed by the press.

The supermodel was then bundled into a taxi by her rocker boyfriend Jamie Hince looking ‘tired and confused’.

She was spotted earlier in the day having lunch at Claridge's in Mayfair, so the hellraiser certainly had plenty of time to get the celebrations underway.

Guy Ritchie

Earlier at the event the troubled pin-up had been spotted chatting with GQ Man Of The Year winner Mickey Rourke, 57 who attended the awards with his mystery new girlfriend Elena who is just 24.

Other famous guests at the event included Madonna’s ex husband director Guy Ritchie and Crank star Jason Statham.

Last month, Moss and Allen were spotted holidaying together on a yacht off the coast of the south of France.

The famous model, who has made no secret of her wish for a rock career, has been supportive of her friend’s new album and attended several of her gigs in the British capital.



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