Forget Grease, glamour is the word! Kelly Brook brings a touch of retro style to outdoor movie screening
08:28 GMT, 10 September 2012
She loves a 1950's style prom dress, and is rarely seen without a pair of retro sunglasses.
So when it came to choosing an outfit to wear to an outdoor screening of 1978 movie Grease, Kelly Brook was at the front of the queue dressing up for the occasion.
The 32-year-old model brought a touch of glamour to the event in her strapless floral dress, which she paired with red heart-shaped sunglasses and a long string of pearls as she attended the screening in Barnes, southwest London, on Saturday night.
Grease is the word! Kelly Brook brought a touch of glamour to a special screening of Grease in Barnes, southwest London, on Saturday night
Glamour girl: Kelly looked as sexy as ever in her Hawaiian-print dress
Kelly topped her outfit off with a
pair of blue plimsolls, and didn't hesitate when it came to throwing
herself into the spirit of the evening.
As well as tucking into fizzy drinks
and hot dogs with her pals, Kelly also posed up with her friends
underneath the Rydell High sign that was specially constructed for the
And the stunning model was quick to share pictures of her evening out with her followers on her Twitter page.
Dressed to impress: Kelly wore a strapless floral dress with blue plimsolls, red heart-shaped sunglasses and a string of pearls for the evening out
Retro style: Kelly and her friend posed up underneath the Rydell High sign, and then tweeted the picture
Kelly posed up with two men in the
famous T-birds mechanics overalls, and got another friend to take a snap
of her tucking into a cooling cup of lemonade.
The screening of the film wasn't just
like any other outdoor movie screening, however, as London-based group
Future Cinema uses actors and dancers to bring together film, theatre,
music and dance.
Retro food: Kelly and her group of friends enjoyed some hot dogs as they enjoyed the show
Even Danny Zuko likes a hot dog! Kelly also snapped one of the actors tucking into some retro food
Following the evening, Kelly tweeted how
impressed she was by the screening, writing on her Twitter page: 'I
really think @secretcinema has captivated a new generation of Movie
Lovers that want an interactive experience. Future of Theatre and Film.'
The weekend of screenings, held at Barnes Common, saw over 9,000 participants sport 1950s
attire to delight fans with the realistic renditions of the
world-famous songs including You're The One That I Want and Greased
Fusion: The weekend of screenings were put on by Future Cinema, who use actors and dancers to fuse together cinema, theatre, dance and music
Going all out: Kelly wasn't the only person attending the screening who decided to dress up for the occasion
Golden girls: Two women, dressed as Sandy and Rizzo, take in the atmosphere at the screening