That's 'Ryan Giggs: Imogen's £1m babe spree - Sexy girlie romp for lover'. Got that?
As The Media Blog commented last night, it's hard to know what this actually means as it's 'just a series of tabloid buzz words'. (In response, one person suggested Thomas had bought £1m-worth of talking pigs...)
Here's Aaron Tinney's article:
Sex-gag beauty Imogen Thomas is looking like a million bucks.
Ex-Big Brother babe Imogen Thomas has shot into a different league since the Ryan Giggs storm erupted.
OK...but what's the story?
And she showed off her latest bling yesterday as she shopped around for a new pad in an area where flats start at nearly £1million.
The glamour girl spent the day draped in designer clobber worth thousands as she nipped around in a sleek Mercedes costing over £32,000.
She drove the silver SLK 200 to Greene & Co, one of London’s poshest estate agents.
The office is in Notting Hill where a two-bed apartment will set you back at least £900,000.
The Star labels this an 'exclusive' and said this happened 'yesterday'. Which is odd, considering the Mail website published the photos they had bought from two different picture agencies of Thomas leaving Greene & Co on Monday night.
The Mail claimed two-bedroom flats there will cost £884,000. The Star's article says £900,000. The front page then rounds it up to £1m.
The Star goes on to explain more of Thomas' fascinating exploits on Monday:
Then it was back to her North London pad, where she changed into another outfit with Christian Louboutin heels worth around £700 before heading out again in the Merc.
Hold the front page for 'woman goes out, goes home, goes out again'.
These pictures were published by the Mail yesterday. Yet the Star goes on to quote an anonymous 'onlooker':
One onlooker said: “She looked exactly like a WAG with the shades, crocodile bag and fancy shoes.
“But she gets to live a WAG lifestyle without the bother of being married to a footballer.
“She looks like she’s got it made.”
Given the Star have taken the whole story from articles on the Mail website, how can they have interviewed this 'onlooker'? Or is this onlooker someone in the Star's newsroom?
But what about that front page headline? 'Imogen's £1m babe spree' means 'Imogen might be looking to buy a flat worth less than £1m'.
And 'sexy girlie romp' - according to the Star - means 'visited an estate agent'.
Once again, the Star uses totally misleading front page headlines to sell papers.