Moss 'given oxygen' at NME awards

Kate Moss was given oxygen after "feeling faint" at the NME Awards on Wednesday.

Kate Moss was given oxygen after "feeling faint" at the NME Awards on Wednesday.

The supermodel was partying with fiance Jamie Hince and a group of friends at London’s 02 Brixton Academy for the star-studded event, when she suddenly began feeling ill.

With the help of the Kills frontman, the 37-year-old beauty called for first aid volunteers who gave her an oxygen mask.

A source told The Sun newspaper: "Kate was getting stuck in. She wasn't sat with shrinking violets – Bobby Gillespie (Primal Scream musician), Mick Jones (of The Clash) and all the usual suspects.

"Halfway through, she was feeling faint. The place was jumping and she had to get Jamie to help her to the first aid room."

After St John Ambulance volunteers assisted her backstage, Jamie took Kate back home before setting off without her to carry on his night out.

The source added: "Afterwards he took her home in a taxi and then went out to carry on the party at a London Fashion Week bash."

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