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Lily Allen and Kate Moss moments before Kate stalked out of the event in high dudgeon!

James Nesbitt and Mickey Rourke are too much for Kate Moss at GQ Awards do

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Lily Allen and Kate Moss moments before Kate stalked out of the event in high dudgeon!

Seems like Irish wit is too much for the English rose Kate Moss.

The supermodel stormed out - although some say she sloshed out - of the glitzy GQ awards at London's Royal Opera House saying James Nesbitt and Mickey Rourke had upset her.

What caused all the drama?

Well Rourke apparently couldn't keep his eyes off her, annoying not only Kate but also her boyfriend, Kills rocker Jamie Hince.

But Nesbitt - currently starring with Liam Neeson in "Five Minutes of Heaven," - pushed her over the edge when he implied that he had had uh, relations, with her before the gig started.

Kate, who presented the "Woman of the Year" award to her friend, singer Lily Allen, was leaving the stage with Lily when Nesbitt made his comment.

Nesbitt laughed as he told the audience: "Kate Moss has still got it. Well, she should do, I gave it to her just before she came on stage."

He then said: “What? I’m talking about my telephone number”.

Moments later, Kate brushed past Lily and stalked out of the event muttering: "He’s so****ing rude..."I'm never coming to one of these ****ing award ceremonies again."

Unfortunately for Kate the cursed cameras caught the whole thing and her behavior looks tres bizarre while Lily Allen is doubled up with laughter.

Mind you, I have to say Kate's certainly more interesting these days!

Nesbitt later shrugged off the remarks saying “I gave her a big introduction and to be honest, I can’t see what all the fuss is about.”

“It’s all been blown out of proportion.”

But he added, “I don’t think I’ll be on her Christmas card list!”

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