'Rude' Moss stuns Dizzee Rascal

'Rude' Moss stuns Dizzee Rascal

Kate Moss barged straight through a TV interview as she hurriedly left an awards bash last night – then meekly headed back to ask for her lost lipstick.

The model beat a quick retreat from the GQ Awards last night, after apparently taking offence at a comment by event host James Nesbitt.

But as she rushed down a staircase, Moss, her boyfriend and a minder bustled through the ITN interview, leaving rapper Dizzee Rascal spluttering.

He said: “I was thinking: ’Who’s that? How rude.’”

Seconds later, Moss popped back to ask: “Has anyone seen my lipstick?”

She apologised after he shot back: “Nah man; you keep stealing my light, man. Only joking.”

Rascal told the cameras: “Kate Moss has lost her lipstick – f****** disaster.”

Moss is thought to have been upset after Nesbitt made reference to her.

He said: “She’s still got it. I hope she has, I gave it to her before she came on... my number.”

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