Jack Tweed has befriended Bianca Gascoigne on the party circuit, and the two turned heads when they were photographed leaving London nightclub Movida together earlier this week.
Jack has already caused controversy by not turning up to a memorial for Jade a few days ago, because he was at the video shoot for new girl band Bubble G. Jack’s mother Mary attended the event in his place, which was held in Bermondsey where the reality TV star grew up. The memorial for Jade included the unveiling of a black and gold headstone with a heart-shaped photo of the mum-of-two at the centre, with the inscription: “A Bermondsey girl who did so well. A star for all time.”
Publicist Max Clifford defended Jack’s no-show, saying he was only told about the event 24 hours before it took place. But the PR guru admitted he wasn’t impressed by Jack’s partying: “It’s a disaster waiting to happen, but nobody can make him listen to sense,” he told The Sun. “He’s got these mates who see him as a means of making a lot of money with clubs, bars and whatever. It appears to be a crass attempt to drum up a bit of money for themselves off Jade’s back, and it’s a crying shame.”