Brits Reveal Ultimate Celeb Squad For A Night Out

Prince Harry took the crown as the nation’s number one drinking partner with Jeremy Corbyn, Adele and Stormzy among the British celebs we would most like to hit the town with. Prime Minister Theresa May came last in the poll.

There’s nothing better than a good night out to blow the cobwebs off and unwind after a long week. But, what if you could swap friends, family and co-workers for a drinking session with a squad made up of your favourite celebs?

A poll containing more than 100 well known UK celebrities conducted by lottery website has revealed the Top 10 stars we would most like to party the night away with.
Despite the fact his wild bachelor days are nearing their conclusion, Prince Harry came top – revealing that Brits love the idea of a royal knees up.

Singer Adele was the number one polled female celebrity, with hip hop star Stormzy, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and singer Olly Murs making up the top 5.

Joanna Lumley, who portrayed party loving Patsy in beloved sitcom Absolutely Fabulous, former Gavin and Stacey star James Corden and last year’s I’m A Celebrity winner Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo also made it into the top 10.

Ultimate UK celeb night out squad
Top 10
Prince Harry
Jeremy Corbyn
Olly Murs
Joanna Lumley
James Corden
Robbie Williams
Russell Brand
Georgia Toffolo

The survey of 2038 respondents polled results for over 100 different well known British celebrities, revealing some interesting insights about the type of celebs we’d most like to let our hair down with.

It also revealed that the most desirable attributes in a drinking partner are ‘positivity’ and ‘openness’, while the least desired traits were ‘aggression’ and, unsurprisingly, a reluctance to go to the bar, or, simply put ‘being tight’.

The poll did not make good reading for several high-profile celebs, with Prime Minister Theresa May coming last, suggesting that running in fields of wheat is not the top priority for most Brits on a night out. Presenter Piers Morgan came second bottom, while others to fare less favourably include former Smiths frontman Morrissey, tennis star Andy Murray and supermodel Naomi Campbell.

Spokesperson for Andrew Clarke said, “When we head out for a few drinks we’re looking to let off steam, be ourselves and have fun.
“Most Brits would rather hang around with lively, positive and open characters than those they may perceive as dull or disingenuous and we think our Top 10 certainly reflect this.”

*Top 10 account for approximately 51% of the total vote.

Prince Harry – 12%
Adele – 9%
Jeremy Corbyn – 7%
Stormzy – 5%
Olly Murs – 4%
Joanna Lumley – 4%
James Corden – 3%
Robbie Williams – 3%
Russell Brand – 2%
Georgia Toffolo – 2%

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