Sonia Kruger looked red hot as she attended the star-studded Virgin Voyages event in Sydney on Tuesday night.
The Big Brother host, 58, slipped into a saucy fire engine red dress with an open neckline that put her Prada black bustier on display.
The short frock also showcased her incredibly toned and tanned legs.
Featuring a tie detail at her waist, the garment offered Sonia some sense of warmth with long sleeves trailing down over her hands.
The Voice presenter accessorised her sexy ensemble with a pair of Perspex heels, which accentuated her red toenail polish, and a simple designer clutch.
Sonia Kruger looked red hot as she attended the star-studded Virgin Voyages event in Sydney on Tuesday night. Pictured with Laura Byrne (right)
Sonia’s blonde tresses were coiffed in soft waves which tumbled down her back, and for her makeup palette she opted for a smoky eye and nude lip.
The TV host was seen leaving the event with The Bachelor star and podcaster Lauren Byrne, with the two women sharing an intense chat as they exited the Overseas Passenger Terminal.
The outing comes after Sonia’s latest series of Big Brother Australia failed to wow viewers with its racy new spin as it premiered to dismal ratings.
The reality show attracted just 274,000 viewers from across the five metro cities on November 6, compared to its lackluster 487,000 viewers last year, reported TV Tonight.
The Big Brother host, 58, slipped into a saucy fire engine red dress with an open neckline that put her Prada black bustier on display
It dipped even further on the following night, attracting just 213,000 viewers.
Ratings for the former Channel 10 juggernaut have been on a steady decline since Network Seven picked it up from Nine in 2020.
It averaged an astonishing 1.4million viewers per episode back in the 2000s, where it remained the Ten tentpole for eight seasons.
The TV host was seen leaving the event with The Bachelor star and podcaster Lauren Byrne
Following a series of controversies, Ten eventually dropped the television series from the air and sold the rights to Nine who revamped the show in 2012, but after underperforming for three seasons, Nine also dropped the show.
It was picked up once more, five years later, by Channel Seven who rebooted the program with Sonia Kruger as the premiere host in 2020.
Big Brother Australia returned to TV screens earlier last month but not everyone was amused by the direction the rebooted Channel Seven show took.
Packed full of sexy singles ready to sizzle, many felt the new season had more in common with Love Island than the Big Brother of old.