3AM: The EX Factor! VIP Comedy Awards Aftershow Bash AUDITION: KATE MOSS AND CO GRILL SADIE'S TV BOYFRIEND OUTCOME: SHE AND ALEX DECIDE TO CALL IT QUITS

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3AM: The EX Factor! VIP Comedy Awards Aftershow Bash AUDITION: KATE MOSS AND CO GRILL SADIE'S TV BOYFRIEND OUTCOME: SHE AND ALEX DECIDE TO CALL IT QUITS


Byline: Eva Simpson & Caroline Hedley

KATE Moss fancied herself as TV's Mr Nasty when she put Sadie Frost's latest boyfriend in front of an X-Factor-style panel - he passed the audition, but still split up with Sadie.

Acting like Simon Cowell, the 32-year-old supermodel and her Primrose Hill panel auditioned Sadie's man Alex Zane, 26, by firing off questions that put the TV presenter toyboy on the spot.

On-off junkie lover Pete Doherty, 27, became Louis Walsh to Kate's Cowell, and showed himself to be no pushover when it came to letting another guy into their starry gang.

Ex-Atomic Kitten Jenny Frost even acted as Sharon Osbourne at the meal in Ffiona's restaurant in Kensington, London.

A diner told us: "It was an incredible gathering. Kate and her panel were sitting at one end of the table, and Alex and Sadie were on the other.

"Alex could hardly finish a mouthful before they lined up the next question to see if he was suitable for their celebrity clique."

While his supermodel lover grilled T4 totty Alex over the posh nosh, Pete stayed in the car, but instructed Kate to ask him "who he was and what he'd done before" as he didn't recognise him from TV.

Although Croydon-born Kate is hardly the best judge of character when it comes to relationships, Sadie, 41, is said to take her pal Kate's opinions very seriously, and vice versa. …

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