The great and the good of the small screen gathered in their finery at tonight’s TV Choice Awards. But amongst all the glitz and glamour, there were bound to be a few frock ups. Leading the questionable style choices was Fearne Cotton and her princess-inspired pink dress with a tulle overlay. The 35-year-old looked like she was playing dress up in her playful frock, rather than attending a glitzy ceremony.
Fearne completed her youthful look with red satin sandals and a beaming smile. TOWIE’s Chloe Sims also failed to impress in a seriously slinky dress with a plunging neckline. Leaving nothing to the imagination, Chloe flaunted every inch of her surgically enhanced assets.
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Joining Chloe on the worst dressed list is her TOWIE co-star Georgia Kousoulou who copied Fearne with her princess-inspired outfit. Georgia looked fit for a fancy dress party as Cinderella, but hardly a red carpet. Emmerdale star Gemma Atkinson opted for a black jumpsuit with a cut-out top but looked more like she was heading to an office than an awards bash. And Coronation Street star Faye Brookes left very little to the imagination in a nude-coloured satin dress with a thigh-high split, a plunging neckline and a bare midriff.
In contrast, Katie Price and Holly Willoughby led the way by wowing in their white frocks. Katie opted for a sexy backless number which clung to her famous curves. The former glamour model, who recently underwent her eighth boob job, put her assets in centre spotlight with the figure-hugging number.
This Morning host Holly Willoughby looked hot to trot in a white mini dress – but committed a fashion faux pas by pairing her pale frock with black shoes. She sported a deep, sunkissed glow from her recent holidays. TOWIE’s Lydia Bright opted for vintage glam in a 60s-inspired dress with lace panels. Her blonde hair was worn in loose, relaxed curls and she kept her makeup nude and simple.
The great and the good of the TV world are descending on The Dorchester hotel for an evening to celebrate the best talent the small screen has to offer. Tom Hiddleston will battle it out against Peter Capaldi, Jim Carter, and Cillian Murphy in the Best Actor category. The actor has been nominated for his role in ‘The Night Manager’ and the show has also been nominated for Best New Drama alongside ‘Doctor Foster’, ‘Marcella’ and ‘War & Peace’. Laura Carmichael, Suranne Jones, Sarah Lancashire and Helen McCrory will contest the Best Actress category while ‘Downton Abbey’, ‘Happy Valley’, ‘Line Of Duty’ and ‘Peaky Blinders’ have been nominated for Best Drama Series.