Does Millie’s face look happy? No? Mission achieved.
Monday night = Made in Chelsea night. Things have been explosive recently, what with Spencer stealing best mate Jamie’s girlfriend, Ollie mistiming a snog (on rollerskates) and butter-wouldn’t-melt Kimberley being exposed as little less innocent than she makes out (read: dating about six guys at once). Rah, rah, rah. We love it.
But last night, things got even more juicy, with the addition of Twitter and a couple of A-listers slinging mud at the cast. After Millie, Rosie, Victoria and co took a trip to a spa, to, er, relax, a right old barney erupted. Millie announced she would ‘rather get to know a bottle of Champagne better’ than spend time with sworn enemies Rosie (who nicked Millie’s ex, and also tried to muscle in on her job at a magazine) and Victoria (a character who serves little more point than to join Rosie with making snidey remarks about Millie). If you don’t believe us, see below for evidence of said looks-of-death-over-Champagne.
Rosie does her best ‘I am not amused’ face.
Trust us, Victoria is not expressing joy here. Pictures from E4.
Anyways, enough of the dirty looks. Things got super interesting when Professor Green, real-life boyf of Millie Macintosh, called uber-posh Victoria Baker-Harber a ‘horse’ on Twitter, after she threatened to slap Millie. Whilst on-screen argument instigator Rosie stayed suspiciously quiet on Twitter, Victoria (@VictoriaBH) retorted with ‘I’m surprised you know what a horse is @ProfessorGreen. Not many of those roaming round the Hackney estates darling!’ YE-OUCH. Professor Green then declared that he was ‘going to totter off back to a hackney estate where i won’t run into any horses. i’ll be wearing a tracksuit and smoking b&h gold’. Nice comeback. Things were topped of nicely when Pro Green’s BFF Lily Allen then jumped into the debate, calling Victoria an ‘ubersnob’, among other expletives. Now you KNOW you’re in a spot of hot water when Lily Allen has a dig at you on the net…
Now this was JUST what we needed on a rainy Monday night.
The moral of the story? Don’t try and slag off Pro Green’s girlfriend on national TV. Especially when Twitter and Lily Allen exist.
We can’t wait for next Monday. Maybe Lily Allen will turn up… after all, Professor Green’s already made his cameo…