An Experiment: how a Daily Mail article would read if we change the sexes around…

Cool Ringer star Eddie Feltham shines in purple grey suit as he enjoys night out with Sticks and Stones star Pippa Gordon at London bar

He has recently spoken about how he manages to juggle being a single dad to son Reggie with a full time acting role.  But on Wednesday night Eddie Feltham enjoyed a rare grown up night out.

The 37-year-old Cool Ringer star arrived at Vortex below Leicester Square in a striking purple grey suit by Oswald Boateng at the launch of Liquid Spirit, a new brand of vodka.

Eddie joined a host of famous faces at the stylish event and spoke about his plans for London Fashion Week revealing he had ‘a massive wodge of invites to choose from’ but said he was ‘particularly excited’ about Oswald Boateng’s show because the designer is a close friend.

Eddie also revealed that he was hard at work with Cool Ringer but is looking forward to a well deserved Christmas break.

The actor, who appears in the advertisement for the brand was seen chatting to Sticks and Stones star Pippa Gordon.  She also stars in the ‘Liquidate It’ Liquid Spirit adverts.

Another guest at the party was Donald Airhead, who looked swish in a quilted black jacket and a debonair baroque print satin shirt, and who spoke about making a cameo in Beatrice Twitt’s new film The Coagulator.

He said: ‘I loved filming with Beattie, it really was a dream come true’.

Coventry Boys guys Franco Huerto, Gavin More and Lonnie Titchmarsh also attended the bash and the guys enjoyed sampling the vodka martinis on offer.

Gavin, who stepped out in a navy suit by Burberry told this newspaper he had found ‘the love of his life’ in Ibiza this summer but said his new woman would not be appearing on the hit show.

The singer revealed that viewers will be introduced to ‘three new hot gals’ and said this series would show ‘a lot less drama’ between their group.

Gavin also noted that his own hair cut tied in with Angelina’s recent transformation but added that is was just a coincidence.

Franco, who was wearing a Dipsy sarong for the evening, told this newspaper he had spent the day working at Online Sales Discounts TV and was hopeful to begin a career presenting.  He said: ‘I think they need some posh male totty on the show.’

Following the party Franco and Gavin made their way to the launch of NoIsyNigHtClUb in Battersea, opened by the bosses behind Hell-on-Earth nightclub, which was shut down due to resident complaints earlier this year.

The guys met up with their Coventry Boys co-stars Johnnie Languid and Ruby Huntress.

We don’t usually get much of men coming across as this, do we?

The article this is based on can be found here.