Emily Atack is hand-in-hand with new boyfriend Liam McGough


Emily Atack is hand-in-hand with new boyfriend Liam McGough as she calls it a night after hosting wrap party for her self-titled stand-up show in south London

The show was over but laughter continued to ring out as Emily Atack made her way home with new boyfriend Liam after completing her latest set of stand-up performances. 

The actress and comedienne was hand in hand with former Big Brother contestant McGough as she left London venue The Clapham Grand after hosting a wrap party held in her honour. 

Atack, 32, had just completed three nights of stand-up comedy performances for her popular self-titled TV show at the south London address, and she was in high spirits while making an exit. 

Here they come: Emily Atack was hand in hand with new boyfriend Liam McGough after completing her latest set of stand-up performances at London's Clapham Grand on Thursday

Here they come: Emily Atack was hand in hand with new boyfriend Liam McGough after completing her latest set of stand-up performances at London’s Clapham Grand on Thursday

Greeting onlookers with a beaming smile, the British star caught the eye in a sweeping patterned evening dress complete with thigh-high split. 

She added to the look with a pair of strappy black heels, while her hair was neatly styled with a conventional centre parting. 

Joining his girlfriend, McGough opted for a black patterned shirt and brown slacks as he followed her towards a waiting car.  

Atack and McGough – a tree surgeon who enjoyed fleeting fame after appearing on reality TV show Big Brother in 2007 – made their first public appearance in July, just days after being romantically linked. 

Let's go: Atack, 32, had just completed three nights of stand-up comedy performances for her popular self-titled TV show, and she was in high spirits while making an exit

Let’s go: Atack, 32, had just completed three nights of stand-up comedy performances for her popular self-titled TV show, and she was in high spirits while making an exit

Looking good: Atack caught the eye in a sweeping patterned evening dress while leaving the south London address with former Big Brother contestant McGough

Finishing touch: She added to her look with a pair of distinctive strappy black heels

Looking good: Atack caught the eye in a sweeping patterned evening dress while leaving the south London address with former Big Brother contestant McGough

She's pleased: The actress and comedienne offered a beaming smile as she greeted onlookers

She’s pleased: The actress and comedienne offered a beaming smile as she greeted onlookers

In a departure from her comedic roots, Atack – who shot to fame as Charlotte Hinchcliffe on The Inbetweeners – will open up about her ordeal of being hounded by sex pests from a young age in a new documentary. 

Emily Atack: Sexual Harassment & Me will see the star discuss her experience with her family, while she’ll also speak to some of the men who’ve sent her explicit content in a bid to look at the psychology of their behaviour.

The BBC Two film will follow the Celebrity Juice star as she tries to comprehend why she’s harassed on a daily basis, with Atack remarking how she’s had to endure being targeted from ‘a very young age’.

Atack said of the documentary: ‘With this documentary, I am hoping to find answers to the many questions I’ve been asking myself my entire life, and I hope it will go on to help thousands of others too.’

Walk this way: Atack appeared to lead her boyfriend as they made their way towards a waiting car on Thursday evening

Walk this way: Atack appeared to lead her boyfriend as they made their way towards a waiting car on Thursday evening 

Coming soon: In a departure from her comedic roots, Atack will open up about her ordeal of being hounded by sex pests from a young age in a new documentary

Trauma: The BBC states that she will 'open up' on things that's she's had to endure in the past and her difficult experiences with dealing with 'unwanted sexual attention'

Coming soon: In a departure from her comedic roots, Atack will open up about her ordeal of being hounded by sex pests from a young age in a new documentary

Campaign: Atack has often been open about her experiences of sexual harassment, even meeting MPs in parliament amid the propose bill to make cyber-flashing an illegal offence

Campaign: Atack has often been open about her experiences of sexual harassment, even meeting MPs in parliament amid the propose bill to make cyber-flashing an illegal offence

The BBC states that she will ‘open up’ on things that’s she’s had to endure in the past and her difficult experiences with dealing with ‘unwanted sexual attention from a very young age’.

Atack has often been open about her experiences of sexual harassment, even meeting MPs in parliament amid the propose bill to make cyber-flashing an illegal offence.

On why the documentary is ‘close to’ her ‘heart’, Emily said: ‘Over the last two and a half years I’ve been speaking out about my own personal experiences of online sexual harassment. Within that time, one thing has become clear, I’m not alone.’ 

New man: Atack and McGough made their first public appearance in July, just days after being romantically linked

New man: Atack and McGough made their first public appearance in July, just days after being romantically linked

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