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Confessions of a Shopaholic premiere

Hugh Dancy and Isla Fisher

Isla Fisher braves the London weather for the premiere of Confessions of a Shopalholic with co-star Hugh Dancy. The Aussie actress dressed to impress in a little black dress designed by Jasmine De Milo.

Hugh Dancy, Isla Fisher, producer Jerry Bruckheimer and the book's author Sophie Kinsella

The film is based on a book of the same name by Sophie Kinsella (far right). The story's about a girl called Rebecca Bloomwood, 25, who racks up huge debts on credit cards after shopping for clothes.

Bianca Gascoigne

Love Island winner Bianca Gascoigne turned up in a purple dress. The film's been criticised for its release during a recession but the stars say the story is about learning a lesson about getting into debt.

Katie Green

Ultimo and former Wonderbra model Katie Green enjoys some of the after show party drinks on offer at posh jewellers Aspreys on Bond Street in London.

Duncan James

Former Blue singer Duncan James and his guest also enjoyed the hospitality on offer. In the film, to pay off her bills, Isla Fisher fudges her resume and takes a job writing for a financial magazine.

Beverley Knight

Singer Beverley Knight turned up in a snappy dress. After getting a job Isla Fisher's character tries to cover up her lies, continues to shop, succeeds in her new career and lands the man of her dreams.

Liz McClarnon

Atomic Kitten singer and Celebrity Masterchef winner Liz McClarnon also wore a little black number for the premiere in London's Leicester Square. She's releasing her first solo album this year.

Nicola McLean

I'm a Celebrity... Get Me out of Here! contestant Nicola McLean turned up with boyfriend, Peterborough United's Tom Williams. Confessions of a Shopaholic is out in cinemas on Wednesday.



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