TOWIE stars of past and present step out to see Amelia Lily perform in Shrek at POP Goes The Musical show for Children in Need

It's totes one big Essex reunion: TOWIE stars of past and present step out to see Amelia Lily perform in Shrek at POP Goes The Musical show for Children in Need

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01:08 GMT, 15 November 2012

They have been known to step out at the opening of an envelope but tonight the TOWIE gang made a visit to London for a good cause on Wednesday night.

A whole host of Essex residents attended the special performance of Shrek The Musical in collaboration with Children In Need.

The screening of Pop goes the Musical with special guest star Amelia Lily saw past and present stars from the reality show turn out en masse.

Girls night out: TOWIE stars Billie Faiers, Jessica Wright, Lydia Bright, Lucy Mecklenburgh and Debbie Bright attended a special performance of Pop goes the musical with Billie's mother too

Girls night out: TOWIE stars Billie Faiers, Jessica Wright, Lydia Bright, Lucy Mecklenburgh and Debbie Bright attended a special performance of Pop goes the musical with Billie's mother too

For some it proved to be quite the family affair and Billie Faiers attended the show with her mother.

Her sister Sam was also out in London, but she had chosen to attend the Twilight premiere with boyfriend Joey Essex instead.

Lydia Bright was also at the screening along with her mother Debbie and the girls were joined by Jessica Wright.

Don't be jel: Amy Childs also attended the special performance with her boyfriend David Peters

Don't be jel: Amy Childs also attended the special performance with her boyfriend David Peters

Brotherly love: Mark Wright took his sister Natalya to the special show held at the Theatre Royal

Brotherly love: Mark Wright took his sister Natalya to the special show held at the Theatre Royal

Lucy Mecklenburgh also attended the show with her boyfriend Mario Falcone, who appears to be feeling quite charitable participating in Movember.

The lothario was seen with a ridiculous moustache on his face, which his co-stars were more than happy to draw attention to.

No to your mo: Lucy and Debbie were seen pointing and laughing at Mario's moustache

No to your mo: Lucy and Debbie were seen pointing and laughing at Mario's moustache

Enjoying a drink: Jessica, Lucy and Lydia were seen enjoying a drink during the interval

Enjoying a drink: Jessica, Lucy and Lydia were seen enjoying a drink during the interval

Enjoying a drink: Jessica, Lucy and Lydia were seen enjoying a drink during the interval

Princess Fiona looks a bit different! Pop star Amelia Lily took on the lead female role in the show to sing the final song

Princess Fiona looks a bit different! Pop star Amelia Lily took on the lead female role in the show to sing the final song

Mark Wright, who left the show last year, met up with his former colleagues and took his little sister
Natalya along to the play.

He wasn't the only former star to rock up to the show, Amy Childs was also there with her boyfriend David Peters.

Former X Factor star Amelia Lily is the latest pop star to take to the stage to help support Children In Need and follows in the footsteps of Geri Halliwell and Alexandra Burke.

Having a great time: The former X Factor star was seen waving her hands around and beaming

Having a great time: The former X Factor star was seen waving her hands around and beaming

Great job! Carley Stenson, who plays Princess Fiona in the show presented Amelia with a bouquet of flowers to congratulate her on her performance

Great job! Carley Stenson, who plays Princess Fiona in the show presented Amelia with a bouquet of flowers to congratulate her on her performance

Amelia took over the role of Princess Fiona from Carley Stenson, to sing the final song and perform the curtain call.

After the performance the singer tweeted to tell fans just how much she enjoyed the one-night-only role.

She posted: 'That was one of the best moments of my life, thank you to everyone at
Shrek for letting me be apart of it, and to BBC children in need :'

Job well done: Amelia looked happy as she left the Theatre Royal following her performance

Job well done: Amelia looked happy as she left the Theatre Royal following her performance