Amy Childs borders on the ridiculous in a leopard-print tutu dress and beehive hair "do

Essex overload! Amy Childs borders on the ridiculous in a leopard-print tutu dress and beehive hair 'do

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22:31 GMT, 18 May 2012

It is a hard task to stand out among a guest list that includes Nicola McLean and Peter Andre, but Amy Childs more than managed it tonight.

The reality star attended a Fake Bake party in Glasgow in a most bizarre get-up – even by TOWIE standards.

Amy wore an outlandish leopard-print tutu dress with puffball shoulders and the shortest of hemlines.

This old thing Amy Childs had no trouble stealing the spotlight in her garish leopard-print dress and beehive hair 'do at a party to celebrate Fake Bake in Glasgow on Friday night

This old thing Amy Childs had no trouble stealing the spotlight in her garish leopard-print dress and beehive hair 'do at a party to celebrate Fake Bake in Glasgow on Friday night

This old thing Amy Childs had no trouble stealing the spotlight in her garish leopard-print dress and beehive hair 'do at a party to celebrate Fake Bake in Glasgow on Friday night

The reality star added to her head-turning looked with an enormous beehive hairstyle and platform booties.

Amy wore lashing of false eyelashes and glossy pink lips and a suitably orange shade of skin for the fake tan event.

Amy was joined at the party, in aid of the Save Your Skin campaign, by Nicole McLean, Peter Andre, Natasha Giggs and Michelle Heaton.

Eye-catching! The reality star wore a bizarre leopard-print tutu dress, platform booties and a voluminous bouffant

Eye-catching! The reality star wore a bizarre leopard-print tutu dress, platform booties and a voluminous bouffant

Nicola wore an electric blue gown with diamonte detailing and a daring low back.

It appeared that Mrs McLean had gone to the same hair stylist as Amy, sporting a very similar side-swept bouffant.

Nicola posed with her fellow CBB contestant Natasha Giggs on the red carpet.

BFFs: Nicola McLean and Natasha Giggs attended the event together

Michelle Heaton wore a daring red dress with a thigh-high slit

BFFs: Nicola McLean and Natasha Giggs attended the event together, while Michelle Heaton wore a daring red dress with a thigh-high slit

Get the memo Nicola McLean was rocking a very similar hairstyle to Amy

Get the memo Nicola McLean was rocking a very similar hairstyle to Amy

Get the memo Nicola McLean was rocking a very similar hairstyle to Amy

Natasha went for a Sixties look in a satin Paisley-print mini dress and mint green platform wedges.

She also wore a beehive hair 'do and went heavy on the fake lashes.

Michelle Heaton took the plunge in a low-cut red gown with a thigh-high slit.

Do you really need more tan The guests left with bags full of goodies

Do you really need more tan The guests left with bags full of goodies

The singer was paid a lot of compliments on her new-found cleavage in her Vicky Martin dress, but cleared things up by tweeting; 'And for those asking, no boob job! Lol! A very good bra, since faith I'm proud to say they are slightly floppy! And staying that way! Lol x'

The Desperate Scousewives turned up en masse, with the O'Toole sisters, Amanda Harrington and Elissa Corrigan arriving together.

Scousewives love their tan! The Desperate Scousewives girls arrived en masse

Scousewives love their tan! The Desperate Scousewives girls arrived en masse

Amanda wore a peach sequinned gown seen before on TOWIE's Lucy Mecklenburgh, while Debbie and Gill both wore bandage dresses, in black and white and orange respectively.

Elissa wore a black lace mini with a ruffled short hemline.

Peter Andre was one of the few male celebrities in attendance, and looked sharp in a dark suit and red tie.

The only boy in the room Peter Andre was suited and booted after his casual arrival at Glasgow airport earlier

The only boy in the room Peter Andre was suited and booted after his casual arrival at Glasgow airport earlier

The only boy in the room Peter Andre was suited and booted after his casual arrival at Glasgow airport earlier