Showbiz regulars on the London party scene have revealed the 50th birthday bash thrown for music mogul Simon Cowell last weekend was "brilliant".
Publicist Max Clifford said the wide array of London party lovers in attendance - including Kate Moss, Dermot O'Leary and Simon's fellow X Factor judges - were treated to a variety of entertaining cabaret acts.
"It was a brilliant party - some parts of it had an outrageously camp theme," Clifford tells the Daily Star.
"The funniest thing was seeing Simon trying to explain it to his mum, who was there with a priest and some of her friends from church."
According to the publication, some of the celebs at the party kept up the revelry until 5am, with other reports suggesting over £200,000 was spent on wine.
The walls of the country house dedicated to the occasion are said to have been decorated with a giant picture of the millionaire's face, while waiters wore Cowell masks and toilet cubicles, soup bowls and wallpaper also featured his image.
Organised by London party veteran and Topshop owner Sir Philip Green, the birthday bash saw guests donate to one of Cowell's favourite charities instead of giving him gifts.