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Children in Need 2022: Alex Scott looks glamorous in figure-hugging minidress

Children in Need 2022: Alex Scott looks glamorous in a plunging black figure-hugging minidress as she co-hosts the fundraiser alongside Mel Giedroyc and Chris Ramsey

Alex Scott looked nothing short of glamorous as she co-hosted the Children in Need fundraiser on BBC One on Friday. 

The former footballer turned presenter, 38, stunned in a plunging black minidress and heels for TV’s night of nights. 

The 2022 telethon returned to BBC One on Friday evening, live from the BBC studios in Salford.

Children in Need 2022: Alex Scott looked glamorous in a plunging black figure-hugging dress as she co-hosted the fundraiser on BBC One on Friday

Alex’s frock featured long sleeves, a deep v-neckline and hugged her figure. 

She showed off her trim pins in the outfit and added height to her frame wearing simple black heels. 

Alex added to her glamorous look wearing her long, dark locks out and over her shoulders. 

Dolled up: Alex added to her glamorous look wearing her long, dark locks out and over her shoulders

Dolled up: Alex added to her glamorous look wearing her long, dark locks out and over her shoulders

Her makeup was complete with matte foundation, layers of bronzer and a nude lip. 

Before taking to the stage, she shared an Instagram video with fans of herself getting dolled up and ready for the evening. 

Alex looked chic in a bright green sweater and was getting her hair curled. 

Documenting it all: Before taking to the stage, she shared an Instagram video with fans of herself getting dolled up and ready for the evening

Documenting it all: Before taking to the stage, she shared an Instagram video with fans of herself getting dolled up and ready for the evening

‘Nearly showtime,’ her post was captioned. 

The annual telethon will see three hours of jam-packed programming, with celebrities and civilians alike coming together to raise money for a worthy cause.

The Children In Need fundraising appeal first began in 1980 and over 40 years later, the campaign is still going strong in a bid to help disadvantaged children and young people around the UK.

A good cause: The annual telethon will see three hours of jam-packed programming, with celebrities and civilians alike coming together to raise money for a worthy cause

A good cause: The annual telethon will see three hours of jam-packed programming, with celebrities and civilians alike coming together to raise money for a worthy cause

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