Ashley Roberts shines bright in tiny silver dress at film premiere

Ashley Roberts shines bright in tiny silver dress at film premiere

Ashley Roberts
Ashley Roberts shines bright in tiny silver dress at film premiere

She’s currently appearing as a judge on a skating show and on Thursday night Ashley Roberts proved to be an ice queen in the style stakes.

The former I’m A Celebrity contestant shone on the red carpet in a silver mini-dress at the London premiere of Django Unchained.Ashley, 31, showed off her perfect pins in the long-sleeved garment, which was covered in shining sequins.The former Pussycat Doll had her hair in a top knot and accessorised with a pair of strappy silver heels for the screening held at Leicester Square.While Ashley was channeling a cool maiden she did bring along a piece of hot arm candy in the form of dancer and model Jason Beitel.

Ashley tweeted: ‘Django premiere 🙂 Tarantino is a Rockstar. Thx @jsnbtl for bein my hot date.’ (sic).The singer, who is currently appearing as a judge on Dancing on Ice joined the likes of the film’s stars on the red carpet including Kerry Washington, Jamie Foxx and Christoph Waltz. Ashley’s I’m A Celeb co-star Hugo Taylor also appeared at the event with his girlfriend Natalie Joel.

Oscar-nominated film-maker Quentin Tarantino joked about enjoying a “good” week, after receiving nods from the Academy Awards and the Baftas.The controversial director’s Western revenge tale Django Unchained is up for five Oscars including Best Picture, Original Screenplay and Actor in a Supporting Role for actor Christoph Waltz.At the film’s London premiere in Leicester Square, the 49-year-old said: ‘It’s been a good week. Five Oscar nominations today, five Bafta nominations yesterday.’

Tarantino admitted being disappointed that he did not receive a nomination for Best Director but said he is in good company.’That would have been pretty nice,” he said.’But I actually feel bad that Ben Affleck didn’t get nominated. I think he really deserved it too.’He added: ‘I don’t think I will win Best Picture. But if it did, I will take it for sure.’Django Unchained opens in cinemas on January 18. – DailyMail