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Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Super-confident The Only Way Is Essex star Amy Childs outshines Pixie Lott at Jackass 3D premiere




Red carpet debut: Amy Childs looked more than a little confident as she posed on the red carpet at the Jackass 3D premiere in London

She's only been famous for a matter of weeks, but it seems The Only Way Is Essex star Amy Childs has quickly acclimatised to the celebrity lifestyle.

The wannabe glamour model appeared to be having the time of her life as she pouted and posed on the red carpet at the premiere of Jackass 3D in London's Leicester Square.

Amy, 23, wore a pretty pink and silver sparkly dress for the event, which she accessorised with matching silver court shoes and a silver clutch bag.

Pretty in pink: Amy teamed the pink dress with a silver bag and sparkly shoes

Also at the premiere was Amy's fellow Essex star, Jack Tweed, who the model is rumoured to have had a fling with.

And Amy was so confident on the red carpet that she even eclipsed Cry Me Out singer Pixie Lott, who opted for a colourful top, black miniskirt and trendy 'suspender' tights for the premiere.

Other famous faces to attend included Skins actresses Kathryn and Megan Prescott and Jackass 3D stars Bam Margera and Johnny Knoxville.

Teaming his smart suit with a pair of dark shades, Knoxville posed for photographers and met fans outside the event.

Not making an impression: Pixie Lott failed to stand out next to Amy

Talking about Jackass 3D recently, Knoxville said he didn't have to work too hard to decide which of the group's famous stunts would make it into the movie.

He said: 'Most of it has stayed the same since we started. We just tried to do really dumb things that make ourselves laugh. And that’s how we still measure a bit. If it makes us laugh it gets in the movie and that’s it.'

And the 39-year-old actor, who has also starred in movies including The Dukes of Hazzard, added that he would love to continue making Jackass films.

Star of the show: Jackass 3D star Johnny Knoxville wore a pair of dark sunglasses with his smart suit

Meeting fans: Johnny spent time signing autographs and meeting fans

He said: 'Jackass is what we do, and what we love. I love it. It’s my favorite thing to do.

'I’m lucky to do other movies, and I’m grateful, but Jackass is it. And the fact that people love it after all these years, we couldn’t be happier.'

Meanwhile, Jackass 3D director Jeff Tremaine said shooting the film in 3D adds to the overall effect of the film.

He explained: 'We wouldn’t have shot it in 3D if it really changed the process too much. It took a little more pre-planning on my part, and making sure that spontaneous stuff happened in front of the camera, but for the most part it didn’t change our process that much, we got used to it pretty quickly.'

Jackass 3D is released in the UK on Friday 5th November.

Celebrity guests: Jack Tweed and rapper Chipmunk were also at the premiere

source :dailymail