Theatre wear has changed over the years! Jessica Wright goes for a grungy look in clashing prints at Steel Magnolias
23:57 GMT, 15 May 2012
Jessica Wright opted out of traditional theatre-wear in a clashing print outfit last night.
The TOWIE star stood out from the crowd in a skeleton top and crucifix leggings as she attended a performance of Steel Magnolias at the Richmond Theatre.
The reality star's clashing prints turned heads as she posed for pictures before the play.
The Clash: Jessica Wright mixes things up with contrasting patterns as she attended a performance of Steel Magnolias at the Richmond Theatre
Girls night out: Jessica attended with Nanny Pat and mother Carol
Jessica attended with her mother Carol and grandmother Nanny Pat.
During Sunday night's episode of The only Way Is Essex, Jessica jumped to her mother's defense when she was told that new girls Cara and Billi had been calling Carol 'mutton dressed as lamb.'
At Mick Norcross' birthday party, Jessica ended up in a catight with the girls after confronting them about their nasty comments.
Tear-jerker: Nanny Pat looked eager to watch the play
Catfight: Jessica took centre stage on sunday night's TOWIE after a huge fight with Cara and Billi
Jessica said during the fight: 'All I know is you are slagging me off and calling me desperate, saying I'll go with anyone.'
When the screaming got out of hand, Carol stepped in and dragged her daughter away.
But there were some nasty parting shots from the girls, Billi screaming: 'Go enjoy your hen, whoever your fella is,' to which Jessica replied: 'At least I've got one.' 'Shut up you balding pr**k,' Billie retorted.
Theatre fan: Liz McClarnon was spotted arriving at the play
Jessica tweeted after the show aired: 'Haven't seen tonights episode. And have absolutely no clue as to why I was bought into so much unnecessary drama.
'All I can say is people.. .obviously feel the need to create drama and target me with it. Boring. On a separate note all @RealJamesArgent did was be a LOYAL friend.'
But the singer and boutique owner had cheered right up by tonight, happily tweeting pictures of herself and Nanny Pat posing for snaps with other stars in attendance.
Support for Denise: Zoe Tyler and Carol McGiffin turned out to watch the classic
Liz McClarnon was pictured arriving in the sunshine, while Carol McGiffin and Zoe Tyler also turned up.
Denise Welch stars in the play alongside Cherie Lunghi, Kacey Ainsworth, Cheryl Campbell and Isla Blair.
The production is only playing for a week at the Richmond Theatre, until May 19.