Russell Tovey celebrates Pride at Groucho Club
Stars flocked to London's exclusive Groucho Club at the weekend to celebrate the gay community's annual Pride day.
Actor Russell Tovey, artist Daniel Lismore, rapper Zebra Katz and performer Mzz Kimberley were joined by other guests from the LGBT community for a bash hosted by DJ Fat Tony to mark the historical ruling in the US that saw the Supreme Court legalise gay marriage across America.
And the bash - which also marked the launch of new limited edition Absolut Colours vodka, which comes in a bottle emblazoned with the Pride flag to symbolise the brand's close relationship with the LGBT community - was declared "by far the best" Pride party that the infamous London district of SoHo had ever seen.
Fat Tony - whose numerous celebrity friends include George Michael, Boy George and Naomi Campbell - spun the records with a number of guest DJs until the early hours of the morning ensuring the revellers had the time of their lives.
Praising the event, Groucho's charismatic Front of House manager Bernie Katz said: "Fat Tony's Groucho's Pride party was by far the best Pride party not only Groucho's but I would say Soho has ever seen. Just magnificent, sensational and dancetastic! I loved it. Thank you Fat Tony. Love from Bernie and everyone from The Groucho Club."
Also making sure that London's most flamboyant party goers had an unforgettable night was genial Groucho Club Manager Kent Olesen .
Following the party, Tony is now looking forward to tying the knot with his fiancé David Graham, who also partied like there was no tomorrow!
The couple will marry next year and already have a famous wedding planner in place - supermodel and Tony's Fat Moss DJ partner Kate Moss.