Emilly Atack has shared a glimpse of her birthday celebrations, after marking the occasion with a fun-filled party at her London home.

The 33 year old, whose birthday falls on 18 December, hosted a boozy bash at her pad, where she was joined by her family and close pals.

Emily, who was spotted kissing Joey Essex backstage as they filmed the final of Celebrity Juice, got glammed up in a plunging black jumpsuit for the occasion and wore her blonde locks in loose waves.

The actress set out dozens of glasses across the island in her kitchen, where two large pink number three balloons could be seen.

Across the dining a table a huge spread of snacks and flowers had been laid out for her guests to tuck into, and she'd even hired a DJ to provide the entertainment throughout the evening.

Emily could be seen partying with her sister Martha, 31, who donned a black dress for the occasion, along with her famous aunt Emma Robbins.

"Lovely birthday wishes from my aunt," Emily captioned a fun clip of her and Emma chatting to the camera together.

Another famous face also made an appearance, with comedian and I'm A Celebrity star Seann Walsh, 37, attending the birthday bash.

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Emily's birthday party comes after she appeared in the final ever episode of Celebrity Juice, as the ITV comedy panel show came to an end after 26 series.

A slew of special guests appeared in the finale to wish the show goodbye, including former team captains Fearne Cotton and Holly Willoughby, as well as Maya Jama, Laura Whitmore and Gino D'Acampo.

Emily and Laura had been team captains on the ITV show up until it was announced that it would no longer be airing.

Host Keith Lemon issued an emotional goodbye to the show, which first aired back in 2008.

He recently admitted that end of the series had made him emotional, telling press: “I guess when I look back I'll think aye, that was a big part of me life. It's rare to do a show for that long, but by eck it was fun! The best times! I do feel a bit sad but it's also exciting to see what happens next…”

Reflecting on his time hosting the series, Keith revealed that he’d shed a few tears and said: “It was a bit like a dream, but I was trying to cherish the day. I came off stage and just hugged my wife and teared up. It's making me tear up now just thinking about it.”


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