Meet my mates: Professor Green introduces Made In Chelsea's Millie Mackintosh to musical friends at the Ill Manors premiere
The Need You Tonight star took his reality TV girlfriend along to the premiere of Ill Manors at the Empire Cinema, in Leicester Square, London.
Among the celebrity attendees, some of the UK's biggest urban artists turned up including Tinie Tempah and, writer and director of the film, Plan B.
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I need you tonight: Professor Green takes Millie Mackintosh to the premier of ILL Manors, in London, where he met friends Plan B and Tinie Tempah
Millie, who stars in Made In Chelsea, is unlikely to have been introduced to the chart topping stars before as they aren't regulars on the wealthy west London scene.
Still, the 22-year-old was all smiles as she stood on the red carpet with her arms wrapped around her man.
The cool kids: The rapper and the reality TV star have been dating for a few months despite coming under critisicm from fans
Privileged princess: What Millie made of the hard-hitting film about the deprived population in East London is anyone's guess
She looked great in a pair of black trousers which she teamed with a white blouse and a pair of strappy heeled sandals.
Professor Green, real name Stephen Manderson, was also dressed very well in a black blazer with matching trousers and a floral pattern T-shirt.
He tweeted excitedly from the red carpet about seeing some of his friends from the world of music and said: 'Mad turn out... Everyone is 'ere!'#
It appears that Millie had quite the appetite as she made short work of a large bucket of popcorn.
Stephen, 28, posted a picture of the remaining snack and said: 'Film hasn't even started and look what the bird has done to the popcorn! Liberties.'
Casual as ever: Tinie Tempah was dressed in jeans and a T-shirt as she took to the red carpet, tonight
While the couple made the extra effort to shine at the premiere, Tinie Tempah looked decidedly casual in a pair of jeans with a cardigan and white T-shirt.
Plan B didn't let the side down, however, and impressed in a light grey suit and patent black shoes.
The rapper, real name Ben Drew, wrote and directed Ill Manors and has also penned the soundtrack to the movie.
Brit award winner Ed Sheeran was also in attendance and was celebrating the continued success of his album +.
Dapper dude: Plan B, real name Ben Drew, looked great in a grey suit and smart shiny shoes as he prepared to watch his film, which he wrote, directed and penned the soundtrack for. Seen right with Ed Skrein
Men of the moment: Ben posed up with lead character Riz Ahmed, right, and another colleague from the film ahead of the screening
He said today: '@edsheeran: Very happy to announce my debut album '+' has now gone quadruple platinum in the UK, awesome!'
Britain's Got Talent judge Alesha Dixon showed off her legs in a pair of black shorts and red and pink heels.
The 33-year-old looked great in a black blazer and a white blouse with a silk ribbon tied around the collar.
Ahead of the screening Plan B, who was introduced by his real name Ben Drew, gave a short foreword and got some of the actors from the film to stand up in front of the cinema.
Young guns: Riz Ahmed and Anouska Mond both star in Ill Manors, which was written and directed by Ben Drew
He said: 'In my home town in East London, the centre of the 2012 Olympics, it has always been very deprived compared to the rest of the city. Where there is deprivation there is poverty, where there is poverty there is crime.'
'The children brought up in areas such as this face an uphill struggle to succeed in life.'
'Now I feel that when you are only a kid growing up in these environments where they are getting beaten by their parents and they are made to feel like they have done something wrong, they are getting abused whether its mental or physical or sexual abuse, the way they act as an adult is a product of that'
Lovely leggy lady: Alesha Dixon looked great as she showed off her long legs in a pair of tiny shorts
'They comes a time in out adult life where we have to take responsibility for our own actions.'
'I guess this is a film about a bunch of people who come to that realisation.'
Ill Manors is a story set over the course of seven days in East London.
All the young characters are fighting for respect and their lives inter-loop through violence. Plan B narrates poetry throughout providing a running commentary which complement the shocking images on screen.
Ladies in black: Alexandra Buke and actress and Laila Rouass donned tight LBD's for the screening
With each story weaving into another one, an ultra-realistic gritty picture of the world which is on the brink of self-destruction is represented by a different rap song.
As the film ended the audience into whoops and cheers and fans rushed to congratulate the stars.
Speaking to MailOnline Riz Ahmend the main character appeared stunned: 'That was amazing.It has been really emotional, just seeing it all on screen.'
Following the premiere the cast and crew celebrated at the W hotel.
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