Lauren Goodger puts on a brave face after Twitter bullying as she shows off slim figure in backless top to give TOWIE wrap party a miss

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By Daily Mail Reporter

..It was the end of season wrap party, so you'd think all the stars would ensure they showed up to celebrate another series.

But while all of the TOWIE cast spent the night together in Brentwood hot spot Sugar Hut, Lauren Goodger was in another club in town.

The beautician missed the special bash to party the night away at Faces instead.

Night out: Lauren Goodger gave the TOWIE wrap party a miss to go to Faces instead - showing off her slimmer figure in a backless top

And she certainly emerged looking like she'd had a good time.

Lauren turned up to the venue dressed to impress to show off her hard work slimming down.

She revealed her slimmer figure in a backless top, which she matched with beige wedged heels and figure hugging jeans.

Worse for wear: While her castmates celebrated the end of the latest series, she drank on the other side of town

Turning her back on them: She put on a brave face after speaking out about Twitter trolls who have been targeting and bullying her on Twitter

Goodger revealed her Marbella tan as she accessorised with a large tan leather bag, while her long locks were worn down.

But although the rest of her castmates were letting their hair down together in Sugar Hut she was joined by one familiar face inside - her ex-boyfriend Mark Wright.

The former I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! star had only returned home from Los Angeles filming for his own reality show that day.

It was unclear whether Lauren knew he would be inside but she certainly seemed happy during her night out.

She posted up a photo of herself drinking with a friend in Faces, alongside the words: 'Oooooooh drinkingell I've got 9am training jordanna ur fault and ur matesssssss ahhhhh good night everyone x.'

And Lauren later emerged looking slightly bleary eyed and merry.

She happily posed for photographs as she flung her car door open, flicked her hair and stuck her derriere out.

But on the other side of town, the likes of Joey Essex, Sam and Billy Faiers and Lydia Bright mingled together at the wrap party.

Although it is unclear why Lauren missed the party in favour of Faces.

Castmates: While Lauren was in Faces, her TOWIE co-stars all showed up to party together at the season wrap party at Sugar Hut

Snubbed: Lauren decided to not party with the likes of Lydia Bright and Tom Kilbey despite it being the big TOWIE bash

Her outing comes just hours after she was victimised by internet trolls, who are continuing to write demeaning messages to her on the social networking site.

One user even wrote to her: 'You fat kebab legged ogre,' while another wrote: 'Bit of a wedgy going on there luv', just two minutes after she posted a photo up of herself wearing a bikini from the back.

And one even tweeted likening her to larger EastEnders character Heather Trott.

She's also received hate messages including people telling her 'I bet your mum and dad hate you' and 'I bet your mum wishes her egg had never accepted the sperm that made you.'

In response, Lauren told The Sun: 'I’ll get hundreds of responses to anything I post saying things like ‘you’re fat’, ‘you’re ugly’, or ‘who are you?’.

'It can be quite rude and disgusting, too... This just goes too far — it’s bullying.

I tell myself these people must have problems of their own to write stuff like this.'

And she insists the only way she deals with it is because she is now body confident and isn't letting the negative messages affect her.

Goodger is now calling for people who are racist or send offensive messages to be outed and have their profiles banished from the site.

The TV star hasn't felt the need to notify the police about any messages yet, unlike Arsenal's Jack Wilshere who closed his Twitter account after online users incorrectly spread allegations he had tested positive for Class A drugs.

But Lauren is all for new laws that are being put in place.

A recent High Court ruling is forcing sites like Twitter to reveal identities of people who are guilty of spreading such hatred and nasty messages.