Steps stars Faye Tozer and Claire Richards were among the star-studded arrivals at the LGBT Awards at The Brewery in London on Friday night.
The two singers opted to match their looks by donning bold white outfits, with Faye adding a playful twist by sporting a fun feathered blazer for the annual awards show.
Also in attendance was Olympic diving champion Tom Daley, who appeared to be enjoying his year-long break from the sport as he arrived in an eye-catching mesh vest.
Faye cut a stylish figure in a chic white blazer with a matching feathered boa and sophisticated trousers, adding some height to her look with nude thin-strapped heels.
The singer swept her blonde tresses itno a sleek ponytail and completed her look with gold hoop earrings and a black clutch bag.
Meanwhile Claire opted for a glamorous white bouclé two piece that consisted of an oversized blazer and matching palazzo trousers, teamed with a black bustier.
Sensational: Faye cut a stylish figure in a chic white blazer with a matching feathered boa and sophisticated trousers, adding some height to her look with nude thin-strapped heels
Here they are! Faye and Claire were seen posing with their bandmates Ian ‘H’ Watkins and Lee Latchford-Evans, with H opting for his own extravagant look with dramatic cut-out silver sequinned trousers and a plungin
Grand arrival: The beloved 90s group were without bandmate Lisa Scott-Lee during the awards, but still posed up a storm on the red carpet
Extravagant: H opted for his own extravagant look with cut-out silver sequinned trousers and a plunging ruffled blazer
The two singers were seen posing with their bandmates Ian ‘H’ Watkins and Lee Latchford-Evans, with H opting for his own extravagant look with dramatic cut-out silver sequinned trousers and a plunging ruffled blazer.
Noticeably absent was bandmate Lisa Scott-Lee, but the group still posed up a storm together on the red carpet.
Meanwhile Tom, who announced last week he would not be competing at the Commonwealth Games after deciding to take a break from diving, continued to display his edgy sense of style.
So much colour! Meanwhile Tom, who announced last week he would not be competing at the Commonwealth Games after deciding to take a break from diving, continued to display his edgy sense of style
Fun night out! The Olympic gold medallist sported an 80s-inspired yellow blazer teamed with a mesh vest and leather trousers as he made a solo appearance at the event
Mr and Mr: British Vogue Editor Edward Enninful graced the red carpet with his husband Alec Maxwell
The Olympic gold medallist sported an 80s-inspired yellow blazer teamed with a mesh vest and leather trousers as he made a solo appearance at the event.
Tom, who has become known for his fun red carpet outfits, completed his look with chunky black lace-up boots and a stylish chained cross-body bag.
Elsewhere, Rylan Clark showcased his own bold fashion sense in a plunging blue one-piece with cut-out sleeves, created by Great British Sewing Bee finalist Raph Dilhan, while Strictly Come Dancing star John Whaite donned a black kilt for the occasion.
John also enjoyed a reunion with his Strictly dance party Johannes Radebe, with the pair re-enacting one of their signature moves after making it to the final of the BBC show last year.
Here they are! Elsewhere, Rylan Clark showcased his bold fashion sense in a blue one-piece with cut-out sleeves, created by Great British Sewing Bee finalist Raph Dilhan while Strictly Come Dancing star John Whaite donned a black kilt
Glam: Presenter Rylan once again showed off his funky sense of style at the event
Back together! John also enjoyed a reunion with his Strictly dance party Johannes Radebe, with the pair re-enacting one of their signature moves after making it to the final of the BBC show last year
What a look! Johannes put on a showstopping display in a traditional look inspired by his South African heritage
Bringing the glamour: Yasmin Benoit left little to the imagination in a revealing black cut-out dress with a dramatic busty front, while singer Lucy Spraggan (right) showed off her abs in a pink crop top and blue trouser suit
Sue Perkins, who hosted the ceremony, was also seen arriving, after MailOnline exclusively revealed that she would be fronting the show.
This year’s awards, in association with Macquarie and Tesco celebrate leading LGBT+ activists, allies and celebrity figures who have worked to advance the rights of LGBT+ people in the last year.
Lesbian icon Sue, 52, said she was ‘honoured and excited’ to be chosen for the role, which saw her follow in the footsteps of past hosts Mel B, Alan Carr and Kelly Osbourne.
Dancing Queen! Strictly Come Dancing judge Shirley Ballas donned her own sophisticated white suit and a pretty sequinned corset top
Beaming: She was accompanied by her boyfriend Danny Taylor, who appeared to have suffered a nasty injury as he arrived with his arm in a sling
Here come the girls! Shirley (left) donned her sophisticated white suit as she joined music legend Lulu (right) at the awards event
Sue told MailOnline: ‘I am very excited to be hosting the 2022 British LGBT Awards.
‘This is one of the year’s most important celebrations of the LGBT+ community and I’m delighted to be involved. It is always such a great event, shining a light on role models and those who advance the rights of LGBT+ people in Britain and across the world.
‘This event always attracts the biggest names, and this year will be no exception. I’m honoured to be a part of it. It is going to be a blast!’
It comes after the British LGBT Awards 2022 shortlist was unveiled, with Olly Alexander and Lady Gaga both being nominated in the Celebrity of the Year category, and Dua Lipa up for the MTV – Music Artist prize.
Dapper: Julian Clary (left) and Dr Ranj Singh (right) were also among the stars taking to the red carpet for the awards show
In addition to It’s A Sin actor and Years & Years singer Olly, 31, pop star Gaga, 35, and recording artist Dua, 26, comedian Alan Carr, 45, television presenter Rylan Clark, 33, rapper Lady Leshurr, 34, and hit band Steps are also among the nominees.
Doctor Who actress Jodie Whittaker, 39, Formula One star Lewis Hamilton, 37, Harry Potter icon Daniel Radcliffe, 32, and Little Mix singer Jade Thirlwall, 29, were nominated for the Celebrity Ally Award, a gong previously handed to Prince William in 2017
The Crown actress Emma Corrin, 26, and Pose stars Billy Porter, 52, MJ Rodriguez, 31, and Indya Moore, 27, are all up for Celebrity of the Year, while non-binary singer-songwriter Sam Smith, 29, is nominated for the Music Artist of the Year gong.
BBC’s poignant documentary Freddie Mercury: The Final Act was shortlisted for the Media Moment prize.
British LGBT Awards founder Sarah Garrett said: ‘These awards shine a light on those who have stood shoulder-to-shoulder with the LGBT+ community, during what has been another very challenging 12 months for the community.
‘The nominees, which include an exciting mix of famous LGBT+ faces, allies and organisations have all demonstrated a commitment to advancing LGBT+ rights.
‘The awards on 24 June will be a huge celebration of our culture.’
Previous British LGBT Award winners include Caitlyn Jenner, Kylie Minogue, Little Mix and Paul O’Grady.
Taking the stage! Sue Perkins, who hosted the ceremony, was also seen arriving, after MailOnline exclusively revealed that she would be fronting the show
BRITISH LGBT AWARDS 2022 WINNERS AND NOMINEES
Lady Gaga – WINNER
Bimini Bon Boulash
Michaela Jaé Rodriguez
MTV – MUSIC ARTIST
Steps – WINNER
Lil Nas X
Alicia Keys – WINNER
Jamie Lee Curtis
GLOBAL MEDIA TRAILBLAZER
Edward Enninful – WINNER
Owain Wyn Evans
John & Johannes On Strictly Come Dancing – WINNER
‘Born This Way’ 10-Year Anniversary
Joshua Cavllo Becomes The First Openly Gay Active Top Tier Male Footballer
Tokyo 2020 Olympics ‘Team LGBT’
RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Features Assigned Female At Birth Queen, Victoria Scone
Lil Nas X’s Single ‘Call Me By Your Name (Montero)’
Sex Education’s Non-Binary Representation
Eternal’s Openly Gay Superhero, Phastos
BBC’S Freddie Mercury: The Final Act Documentary
The Progress Pride F1 Helmet Livery
SWINTON INSURANCE – SPORTS PERSONALITY
Tom Daley – WINNER
Jamie Raines – WINNER
Calle Y Poché
Sebb Argo & Dion Yorkie
DJ Krystal Lake
James Barr & Dan Hudson
TESCO – BRAND OR MARKETING CAMPAIGN
LEGO’s Everyone Is Awesome Set – WINNER
Harry’s ‘Never Been Prouder’ Shave With Pride Campaign
Levi’s All Pronouns All Love Campaign
Liverpool FC Red Together
Network Rail ‘Do I Offend You’
Norwegian Postal Service’s ‘When Harry Met Santa’ Advert
Royal Navy’s ‘Wherever You Are’ Advert
Sky’s Pride Month 2021 Collection
The Rainbow Lottery
Zipcar’s Have Pride In Your Ride Campaign
JOHNSON & JOHNSON – CHARITY OR COMMUNITY INITIATIVE
LGBT Foundation – WINNER
Black Trans Foundation
Out and Proud African LGBTI (OPAL)
Trans in the City
JUST EAT TAKEAWAY – OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION TO LGBT+ LIFE
Juno Dawson and Abbey Kiwanuka -WINNERS
Dr Alexander Rhys
Lex Shu Chan
MACQUARIE – INSPIRATIONAL LEADER
Rishi Madlani, NatWest – WINNER
Peter Lewin, Levi’s
Mark Timms, HSBC UK
Oliver Gross, KPMG
Matt Scarff, ITV
Sarah Rench, Avanade
Ben Jackson, Wickes
Emily Hamilton, RS Components
Leo Nicholas, Nest Corporation
Damien Shieber, Santander
HSBC – BUSINESS ALLY
Laura Yeates, Clifford Chance – WINNER
Allison Whittington, Zurich Municipal
Vicky Rowland, Sage
Tim Riecken, National Grid
Rishi Jain, Liverpool FC
Donna Kelly, CGI
Dayna Donaldson, Disney
Anna Radford, Johnson & Johnson
Max Taylor, Vodafone
Sophie Whiteman, Allianz
LGIM – DIVERSITY HERO
Kevin Humphreys, Jacobs – WINNER
Adam Wilson, Virgin Media O2
Belton Flournoy, Protoviti
Chloe Bolland, UBS
Ed Rogers, Ford
Jerry Daykin, GSK
Jonathan Pascoe, VIACOMCBS
Luke Ives, ARUP
Pauric Havlin, TCS
Tolu Osinubi, Deloitte
Kim Warren, Credera – WINNER
Bruna Gil, Linkedin
Fabio Peyer, Morningstar
Jake Hallas, Rolls-Royce
Luke Kolbohm, BDP
Magda Markowska, Nielsen IQ
Oliver Rieche, Reed Smith
Patzy Drozdz, Shell
Sophie Kershaw, PWC
Sophy Merrick, Credit Suisse
NETWORK RAIL – NETWORK GROUP (ERG)
Legal and Generals LGBTQ+ Allies Network, LGIM – WINNER
BP Pride, BP
4Pride, Channel 4
Proud FT, Financial Times
Hearst Pride UK, Hearst
Pride At Mace, Mace
PINCC Group, NSPCC
Proud @ Sainsbury’s, Sainsbury’s
LGBT+@Sky, Sky UK
INCLUSIVE EMPLOYER OR COMPANY
Barclays – WINNER
Just Eat Takeaway.com
Tesco Stores Ltd
BROADCASTER, JOURNALIST OR HOST
Rylan Clark – WINNER
ROLE MODEL OF THE YEAR
Adele Roberts – WINNER
Stonewall – WINNER