Celebrities turned out in droves on Saturday night to show their support for the country’s military heroes.
Claire Sweeney, 51, dazzled in a sequin dress as she and a glitzy Lizzie Cundy, 54, led the glamor of the red carpet at the Dancing with Heroes fundraiser at the Landmark Hotel in London’s Marylebone
The former Brookside icon looked incredible in her classic black dress, which gracefully trailed to the floor on arrival as she posed for photos.
Wow! Claire Sweeney, 51, dazzled in a sequin dress as she led the glamor of the red carpet at the Dancing with Heroes fundraiser at the Landmark Hotel in London’s Marylebone on Saturday
Claire’s off-the-shoulder number clung perfectly to her phenomenal curves and shimmered as she moved.
The Liverpudlian actress shaped her blonde locks into gorgeous curls and completed her stunning look with a red manicure and matching lip.
Former WAG Lizzie added an extra touch of Hollywood to her intricately detailed dress, with a faux fur scarf draped over one shoulder.
The TV personality flaunted her bronzed arms in the sleeveless navy blue number, sporting a sexy sheer neckline.
Glam: Lizzie Cundy, 54, added an extra touch of Hollywood to her intricately detailed dress, with a faux fur scarf draped over one shoulder
Beauty: The Liverpudlian actress styled her blonde locks into gorgeous curls and completed her stunning look with a red manicure and matching lip
Sensational: The former Brookside icon looked fabulous in her classic black dress, which hung gracefully to the floor upon arrival as she posed for photos
Chic: Former Strictly star Joanne Clifton, 39, stepped out in a classic black dress
Talented: The dancer had her locks pulled off her face before performing for other guests at the fundraiser
Fundraiser guests were treated to an evening of comedy and spectacular musical entertainment.
Performances included that of 1980s superstars Imagination and Sinitta, opera by Freidericke Krum, dancing by Strictly’s Robin Windsor and Joanne Clifton, as well as comedy by Mike Osman, famous for his boisterous Trump impressions.
Funds raised on the night will be used to continue Back on Track’s groundbreaking work to rehabilitate and re-establish in society former members of the armed forces who have been physically or psychologically injured.
The charity helps provide medical treatment, including reconstructive surgery, as well as emotional and psychological support.
Gorgeous: Sinitta looked incredible in a mermaid-inspired bodycon fishnet dress
Fabulous: Bev Callard slipped into a form-fitting red sequin dress with long sleeves
Sexy: Jess Impiazzi flashed a glimpse of her toned abs in a cropped black dress
The charity party comes after Claire Sweeney admitted she would have been “so self-conscious of her figure” if she had starred in All Stars Cabaret when she was younger.
The actress – who had a starring role in the raunchy burlesque show on Proud Embankment during its run – said she “absolutely loved it” and learned to “care less” about what others think.
She told MailOnline: ‘I absolutely love it, it’s a fantastic show, it’s the perfect night out, you dine, you sit and watch the show.
Divine: Stephanie Beacham, 75, turned heads in a gorgeous red dress
Elegant: Gillian Taylforth, 67, was elegant in a soft blue halterneck number
“It’s just the most phenomenal talent, I’m very proud to be a part of it. I’m in my element, completely in my element.’
Speaking of embracing her sexuality in a range of revealing outfits on stage, the Brookside star said: “You get bolder as you get older and care less.
“I used to be so self-conscious about my figure, my body, comparing myself to all the beautiful young dancers.”
The mother-of-one concluded, “Now I’m going, ‘There’s only one of me, who cares?”‘
Festive: Nancy Sorrell, 48, was in a festive mood in her one-shoulder red sequin dress