EMILY PRESCOTT: Rebel Wilson and Paris Hilton 'dress scary'

EMILY PRESCOTT: Rebel Wilson and Paris Hilton 'dress scary'

EMILY PRESCOTT: Rebel Wilson and Paris Hilton ‘dress scary’ in Barbie box and anime character costumes as they attend Halloween bash hosted by George Clooney

It was supposed to be a Halloween party so I guess actress Rebel Wilson was just living up to her name when she turned up wearing a ‘limited edition’ Barbie box costume. 

But heiress Paris Hilton also didn’t seem to have received the ‘dress scary’ memo as she went to the bash in Beverly Hills as anime character Sailor Moon. 

The pair were at the Casamigos Halloween party, hosted by George Clooney’s tequila company, with celebs making the most of it after a two-year pandemic-induced hiatus. 

Let’s Go Party: It was supposed to be a Halloween party so I guess actress Rebel Wilson was just living up to her name when she turned up wearing a ‘limited edition’ Barbie box costume

Manga: But heiress Paris Hilton also didn’t seem to have received the ‘dress scary’ memo as she went to the bash 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 at a club, so is it a good idea for disgraced Tory MP Chris Pincher to be working as a wine critic once again? 

Pincher, who denied the groping claims, has declared £400 income for writing two articles for culture and politics magazine The Critic. 

He was a regular contributor to the magazine before his downfall. 

Dickie’s still Royle

As spokesman for the Queen, Dickie Arbiter was a go-to guy on matters of state. 

His pronouncements are less grand these days – Dickie, 82, now wishes people happy birthday for £34 a pop via Cameo, a website selling personalised videos from celebrities. 

But Dickie’s still in regal company: you can also get a greeting from The Royle Family’s Ricky Tomlinson. 

Jodie cries foul… 

Jodie Kidd says she has no regrets about starring in films produced by the BBC to promote controversial World Cup host country Qatar. 

Amnesty has criticised the videos for being ‘blandly uncritical’ of the Gulf state, where homosexuality is outlawed and women’s rights restricted, and ‘blurring the line between journalism and fundraising’. 

Scandal: Jodie Kidd says she has no regrets about starring in films produced by the BBC to promote controversial World Cup host country Qatar

But she stands by the videos, telling me: ‘Instead of being kind of just ignorant, and thinking we are the only religion and we are the only country – it’s very important to understand the world.’ 

However Jodie, 44, who is a face of the Leaps and Bounds wine brand, adds: ‘Nothing beats good old England. I do love it here minus the rain, but this is my home.’ 

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