Holly Willoughby, Susanna Reid, Lucy Mecklenburgh and Sam Faiers led the glamour on the red carpet at the annual star-studded Pride of Britain Awards held at the Grosvenor House hotel in London on Monday evening.
The This Morning presenter, 38, stunned in a form-fitting floor-length red gown with statement petal-style purple sleeves as she joined a host of stars at the annual event, honouring civilians who have acted bravely this year.
Holly styled her signature blonde tresses in loose glamorous waves and sported a full face of make-up, including a bright red slick of red lipstick, lashings of mascara and a shimmering eye-shadow.
Holly was joined by fellow daytime TV queen Susanna, 48, who opted for an incredible pink princess-style gown which highlighted her svelte frame with its fitted top half before flowing out into a dramatic skirt.
Susanna’s eye-catching Suzanne Neville dress boasted a strapless neckline and she kept the attention on her gown by forgoing any accessories, aside from a pair of dainty dazzling diamond earrings.
The Good Morning Britain host wore her glossy brunette tresses in pretty ringlets and wore a coat of make-up in a pink pallet, including a brush of blusher and a slick of lip gloss.
Mummy Diaries star Sam, 28, pulled out all of the stops in a stunning strapless ensemble, which featured a skin-baring panel down her midriff with silk bow detailing joining the two sides.
Bejewelled! Susanna and Lucy both stunned in their jewel tone gowns as they worked their magic in front of the cameras
Glitz! Susanna’s eye-catching dress boasted a strapless neckline and she kept the attention on her gown by forgoing any accessories, aside from a pair of dainty dazzling diamond earrings
Sam teamed the elegant dress with a chic black velvet neck scarf, while the form-fitting style of the floor-length gown highlighted her sizzling frame to perfection as she posed for snaps.
The mother-of-two styled her glamorous look with a pair of towering black strappy heels, while carrying her essentials in a bejewelled clutch bag in hues of green and gold.
She swept her golden locks up into chic up do, while accentuating her natural beauty with an expertly applied coat of make-up including a shimmering smokey-eye and slick of nude lipstick.
Emily opted for a strikingly similar look, as she also took to the red carpet in a strapless black dress which was cinched around her middle and highlighted her phenomenal hourglass physique.
Wow! The Mummy Diaries star, 28, pulled out all of the stops in a stunning strapless ensemble, which featured a skin-baring panel down her midriff with silk bow detailing joining the two sides
Oozing confidence, Emily looked sensational in the fitted number which featured a dramatic scoop neckline, drawing emphasis to her ample assets as she made her first public outing with her new brunette locks.
Allowing the gown to do all the talking, the TV personality ditched the accessories save for a pair of dazzling silver drop earrings while adding a glam layer of make-up to her face.
Elsewhere at the event, pregnant reality star Lucy showcased her blossoming baby bump in a stunning turquoise jewel tone gown, also by Suzanne Neville, which featured a sexy thigh slit up the side, showcasing her honed pins.
Pals! Sam and her pal Ferne both put on typically glamorous displays for their turn on the red carpet
Lucy’s pretty frock boasted a statement tulle shoulder which was decorated with textured floral detailing all over while the material trailed down into an elegant train which followed her along the red carpet.
The fitness guru, who is expecting her first child with boyfriend Ryan Thomas, worked her brunette locks up into an elegant chignon and added soft touches of make-up to her pretty features.
Even broken bones couldn’t keep Amanda Holden off the red carpet as she attended the event.
Going strong: The reality TV judge, 48, hobbled onto the red carpet with bright red crutches as she cracked a delighted smile for the camera
Reality starlets: Amber joined fellow reality star Laura Anderson who looked lovely in a structured black dress with feathered detailing
The reality TV judge, 48, hobbled onto the red carpet with bright red crutches as she cracked a delighted smile for the camera.
Despite her injury, the BGT star had opted for full-on glamour, going braless in a plunging black gown with vibrant fuchsia floral adornments, while cinching her slender waist with its figure-hugging style.
Her blonde locks were slicked back from her face while smoky shadow, fluttery lashes and a slick of rose gloss enhanced her pretty features.
Style: Vogue Williams, 34, and Spencer Matthews, 31, put on a stylish display as they attended the awards and Vogue looked nothing short of sensational in a colourful ballgown by designer Hasan Hejazi
Radiant: Styling her blonde locks into an elegant updo, Vogue added further glamour to her look with hoop earrings
This comes after Amanda revealed she is ‘totally gutted’ after breaking her leg, saying on her radio show: ‘I’ve broken my fibula in two places and I was rushed to hospital. I’ve got a metal plate and screws in my leg which currently is the fastest and easiest way for it to heal.
Vogue Williams, 34, and Spencer Matthews, 31, put on a stylish display as they attended the awards and Vogue looked nothing short of sensational in a colourful ballgown by designer Hasan Hejazi.
The garment featured a black bodice with sheer sleeves along with a satin skirt with a detailed heart print and a matching belt. Styling her blonde locks into an elegant updo, Vogue added further glamour to her look with hoop earrings.
Power couple: Christine Lampard and her husband Frank put on a loved-up display as they posed together
Spencer looked dapper for the occasion in a blue pinstripe blazer and matching trousers which he paired with a white shirt and a beige tie.
More than 100 of the UK’s biggest stars will come together at the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards to honour the nation’s unsung heroes on the landmark 20th anniversary of the event.
The awards recognise and celebrate ordinary people up and down the country doing extraordinary things.
Hosted by Carol Vorderman, celebrities and public figures including Prince Charles, Robert Downey Jr, Sir Ben Kingsley, Dua Lipa, Ant & Dec, Chris Pratt, Michael Sheen, Adam Lambert, Christine Lampard, Sir Michael Caine, Jonathan Ross, Suranne Jones, and the judges and casts of Strictly Come Dancing and X Factor will be honouring this year’s awe-inspiring winners.
Carol Vorderman said: ‘Pride of Britain is such a huge part of my life, it’s hard to believe it’s 20 years since we first started. In that time, it has found a place at the heart of British life, and the winners represent the very best of us. I never fail to be humbled by them, and this year’s are no different.’
The Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards, in partnership with TSB, will be broadcast on ITV on 5th November at 8pm.