After some inspiration for your pre-wedding getaway? Look no further. We’ve shortlisted the 10 headline-grabbing celebrity soirees we wish we’d been invited to…
Friends of singer Lily Allen surprised her with a cooking lesson from sweary celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay at his posh Claridges restaurant, The Savoy Grill. The girls later moved on to somewhat less exclusive karaoke joint Lucky Voice for a sing-song.
The real-life Wolf of Wall Street allegedly flew more than 150 people to Vegas for his stag do back in the 1990s. The stockbroker, played by Leonardo Dicaprio in the film based on his outrageous memoir, reportedly spent millions on the bash – including a bill to refurbish damage the party made to the hotel. For the rest of the gory details, we’ll let you watch the film.
Mossy spent her last weekend of freedom rocking out stage-side to the likes of Kings of Leon at the Isle of Wight’s 3-day music bash. The supermodel and her pals turned up in stretch pink Hummers and necked 120 bottles of exclusive Mahiki rum on the Friday night – flying in another 180 by chopper on the Saturday. As you do.
When you’ve got Coleen’s cash, one hen party is never going to do. The WAG scored a hen-do hat-trick with a £50,000 spa day and night out in Manchester, a Cristal-fuelled trip to Miami, and a holiday in the Canaries.
Sir Elton spared no expense when he waved goodbye to bachelorhood at chic Soho nightclub, Too2Much. Guests including Orlando Bloom were treated to a risqué cabaret act, followed by an even more risqué striptease from Blue’s Lee Ryan (we were confused by the latter, too). The icing on the flamboyantly frosted cake? Topless waiters, of course.
There wasn’t an L plate or feather boa in sight at KK’s Parisian shindig. Instead, the reality star flaunted a $20,000 Balmain dress. With the help of her entourage, the future Mrs West quaffed 15 bottles of Veuve Clicquot, before hitting the Louvre for a night-time tour and, finally, the Eiffel Tower for a private party.
Before his short-lived marriage to pop starlet Katy Perry, comedian Russel Brand saw off singledom with a footie match, a la-de-dah dinner, and a bit of lap dancing. Tame celebrations by some celeb standards, but the guest list was a Who’s Who of UK stars – Noel Gallagher, David Walliams and Jonathan Ross were all in attendance.
The world’s most eligible bachelor dined out at his favourite restaurant in Venice before finally being taken off the market in 2014. The actor and a group of sharply-suited pals fine-dined their way to a bill of more than £3,000, which the owner then waived for his special Hollywood customer.
Not happy with a mere one-nighter, the JLS boys took Marvin Humes on an epic eight-day bender in Vegas on the eve of his nuptials to Saturday-er Rochelle. The Sin City blowout involved a handcuffed dwarf named 5 Cent, a 50-foot yacht, and a host of bikini-clad beauties.
Style icon Liz Hurley was treated to a private fashion show for her hen do, staged by none other than Donatella Versace. And while most people take away nothing but a hangover from their mates’ hen dos, Liz’s girlfriends got to handpick their outfits for her big day straight from the catwalk.
If your stag or hen budget won’t stretch to celebrity chefs and world-famous designers, fear not. Thomson Scene is all about holidays with nights to remember – so stag and hen-dos are our forte. We can sort out rooms, flights, and everything from club nights to go-karting. There are group discounts available, too.
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Author: Georgia Anderson
Published: March 25, 2015
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