Reality TV brat is a 'former lover' of Pete Doherty - who skipped the event
Former Big Brother contestant Nikki Grahame turned up to the premiere of a new Libertines documentary earlier this week (April 27) – but was left disappointed when her ‘former lover’ Pete Doherty failed to show up.
This is according to the Daily Mirror, which reported that the reality TV ‘star’ was “desperate” to get close to Doherty and bandmate Carl Barat at the unveiling of There Are No Innocent Bystanders in London.
“Can anybody let me have their wristband? I need to get up there,” “wailed” Graham, who reportedly had a fling with Doherty in 2006.
Although Pete didn’t turn up to the Troxy premiere, Barat, drummer Gary Powell and bassist John Hassall were in attendance, along with the likes of The Enemy‘s Tom Clarke and The View‘s Kyle Falconer.
The film, directed by NME photographer/filmmaker Roger Sargent, features new interviews with the band.
It documents their 2010 reunion, where they played the Reading And Leeds Festivals as well as warm-up gigs at the London HMV Forum.
The interviews with Barat and Doherty expose the still-simmering tensions between the pair, who seem to have put the band on ice for the near future.
The film is expected to be released on DVD at a later date.