The stars showcase their musical prowess with an artistic new video.
Celebrity Big Brother star Georgia Salpa and star of The Bachelor Spencer Matthews and Made in Chelsea Hugo Taylor star in the video for Clement Marfo and The Frontline's new song, Last Night.
The reality television personalities looked slightly lost as the London based hip-hop/rock group turned the set into a hedonistic party awash with alcohol and scantily clad women.
Spencer, 24, and Hugo, 26, are well acquainted with throwing an elaborate bash, but the well groomed boys had probably never seen anything quite like this before.
The duo, and Georgia, were special guests of honour in the music video as alcohol and booze surrounded them as they sat casually on a sofa.
Spencer has hardly been a convincing actor on Made In Chelsea, but he didn't have to stretch his thespian skills too hard for this role either.
Spencer spent the entire video sat on a leather sofa next Salpa, while looking handsomely into the camera and watching the carnage ensue.
His wing-man Hugo looked more at home as he took a back seat in proceedings with his trademark facial hair hiding his school boy grin.
Lead singer Clement was the real centre of attention as he downed liquid from a large bottle of Crystal Head Vodka before pouring it down the throat of one of his band mates.
Greek-Irish model Georgia, 27, had no real direction other than to sit with a bottle of Armand De Brignac Champagne and look pretty, which she achieved.
Near naked girls can also be seen riding a pony while Clement took Crystal Head Vodka shots from the large chest of lead love interest Emily Florence Shaw.
While Spencer sipped on his glass of Armand De Brignac and appeared comfortable with the scene, Hugo watched on open mouthed in what appeared to be both shock and awe.
The raunchy video descends into debauchery as it ends with at least seven lingerie wearing girls joining Clement on a bed as he concludes his Wild Night.
Clement Marfo & The Frontline are a seven-piece diverse collective from South London led by the charismatic Clement.
His hard-hitting flow is complimented by the multi-talents of vocalist Kojo, Dion on drums, Jonny on bass, Rich and Dan on guitar and the sole female of the collective, Stacey, on keyboards and vocals.
After the video shoot had wrapped, some of the stars expressed their excitement at the project via Twitter with Hugo saying: '@ClementMarfo love the new track, can't wait to see the video. Happy birthday bud!'
Georgia said: '@ClementMarfo fun shoot today, hope the rest of the day goes well.'
Clement Marfo said about the song: 'As a media geek, I was more interested in the toys (technology) than the naked ladies walking around on set but all in all, I had way too much fun for what was meant to be work. The perks of a being a music artist.'