By J J ANISIOBI and SARAH FITZMAURICE
I need you tonight: Professor Green takes Millie Mackintosh to the premiere of ILL Manors, in London's Leicester Square, where he met friends Plan B and Tinie Tempah
Hackney born rapper Professor Green ditched his posse to take posh girlfriend Millie Mackintosh as his date for the premiere of friend Plan B's new movie.
The Need You Tonight star's reality TV girlfriend mingled with the cream of London's cool urban scene at the premiere of Ill Manors at the Empire Cinema, in Leicester Square, London.
Among the celebrity attendees were Tinie Tempah, Britain's Got Talent judge Alesha Dixon and, writer and director of the film, Plan B.
Millie, 22, who stars in Made In Chelsea looked suitably stylish in a pair of cropped leather jeans, a slashed to the elbow blouse and Lanvin sandals.
Chelsea princess: Millie looked stylish in cropped leather jeans and a slashed to the elbow blouse
While boyfriend Professor Green, real name Stephen Manderson, ditched his jeans and trainers for black suit and a floral pattern T-shirt.
Last night 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!'#
And it appears that Millie had quite the appetite as she made short work of a large bucket of popcorn.
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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.'
Although Millie is considered the wealthy one in the pairing, she is heiress to the Mackintosh Toffee family fortune - the company that created brands such as Quality Street - it seems Stephen is well on the way to making his own pile of riches.
According to his company accounts, the rapper paid himself almost £200,000 last year. Figures for one of his companies show a turnover of £420,269 for 2011, which is only slightly less than 2010’s £468,347.
The company made a £178,086 profit last year and the rapping pro took a dividend payment from the business of £193,310. A huge increase compared to 2010 when he paid himself just £15,000.