A WAG-Themed Party Is Coming To London This Weekend And It’s …….Going To Be Wild

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A WAG-Themed Party Is Coming To London This Weekend And It’s …….Going To Be Wild

The internet is losing its sh*t over all this Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy drama… and, let’s be honest, we’re right there with them.

But in the midst of all the madness, The Clapham Grand saw an opportunity and they took it. So here it is! The night out that nobody asked for but everybody needs:

⭐️ A Footballers’ Wives Party: Coleen vs Rebekah Special ⭐️

If you’re not sure what we’re talking about then you’ve clearly been on a different planet for the past 24 hours, but here’s a brief summary:

(You might want to sit down.)

Coleen Rooney, wife of Wayne Rooney, posted a lengthy note on Instagram yesterday explaining that she suspected a certain someone was leaking stories from her personal Instagram page to the press. She basically said that, for a while now, she’s been planting fake news on her Instagram stories and hiding them from everyone except her prime suspect, to see if her theory was true. And you know what, it was! The alleged culprit, of course, was Rebekah Vardy. And, yes, incredibly, she denies it.

Anyway, I digress. Let’s talk about this party, shall we?

On top of their usual Saturday night antics, Clapham Grand will be adding a few WAG-themed twists to the agenda on October 12. Based on the noughties TV show, Footballers’ Wives, you can expect bottles of Chardonnay served with a straw, an Instagram competition for the very best WAGatha Christies, and even a Mexican Gender Selection competition (yeah, we don’t know either). Mix that together with confetti, balloon drops and DJs playing 00s throwback anthems, and you’ve got the recipe for a pretty awesome night out.

So whack out your LBD, your fake diamonds and your halter necks, because it’s time to milk this story for all it’s worth!

Tickets start at £5 and include a drink 👉 Grab yours here.

(All images courtesy of Clapham Grand) 

Also published on Medium.

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