Abbey Crouch, Coleen Rooney and Alex Gerrard battle for best fake tan

   Feb 13, 4:52 pm

London, Feb 13 (ANI): Abbey Crouch, Coleen Rooney and Alex Gerrard, who found themselves partying in the same nightclub in Liverpool on Saturday, appeared to be trying to out-do each other when it came to their fake tan.

All looking rather orange, the WAGs glammed up for their night out and clearly topped up their tans in the dark, the Daily Mail reported.

Footballer Steven Gerrard's wife led the way with a ridiculous amount of bronzer covering her face.

The 29-year-old blonde wore a short black dress that appeared to be a long blazer.

The garment showed off her tanned legs to perfection, and she teamed it with a pair of black suede ankle boots.

Carrying a black clutch bag and wearing her long hair in a loose curl, she highlighted her tan overload by finishing her look with bright pink lipstick.

Following in her footsteps was Wayne Rooney's significant other, who also showed off her tanned legs.

The 25-year-old wore a snakeskin patterned dress and nude stilettos to enjoy a night out without her husband.

She carried a quilted clutch bag to match her shoes and wore a large pair of earrings, which she showed off by having some of her hair tied back.

Probably wishing she'd applied a bit more fake tan was the wife of Peter Crouch, Abbey.

The former lingerie model had applied plenty of make-up but wasn't looking as orange as her fellow famous females.

The mother-of-one decided to dress sensibly for the weather and wore black skinny jeans with a large black and white fur jacket.

She was accompanied by her footballer husband who kept it casual in a pair of blue skinny jeans and a black shirt. She also bumped into her younger brother Sean Clancy.

However, she wasn't the only one socialising with her family as Coleen had brought her entire family along to enjoy a night at Liverpool's PlayGround nightclub. (ANI)

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