Stars including Meg Matthews, Arlene Philips and Stacey Solomon attended a special viewing of 'Shrek Forever After' in London yesterday (20.06.10).
A host of celebrities headed to a special screening of 'Shrek Forever After' in London yesterday (20.06.10).
Stars including Arlene Phillips, 'X Factor' star Stacey Solomon, Gail Porter and Meg Matthews headed down to the Vue West End in Leicester Square for the preview of the film, which is released in the UK on July 2.
Many of the star attendees brought their children along to the Father's Day screening, which features special green popcorn and an appearance from the ogre himself.
Ex-'Eastenders' star Michelle Collins and former 'Big Brother' contestant Nikki Grahame even showed their fun side by donning a pair of special Shrek-like ears before heading into to see the fourth movie in the franchise.
'Shrek Forever After' - which features voiceovers from Mike Myers, Cameron Diaz and Antonio Banderas - sees Shrek face a challenge when he is cast into an alternative universe ruled by Rumpelstiltskin.
The film - which has been released in the US for a month - has so far grossed $308 million worldwide.
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