Glamor was the name of the game at The Sun Who Cares Wins Awards at The Roundhouse in London on Tuesday and Davina McCall led the way in a glamorous white dress.
The TV presenter, 55, who is hosting the star-studded event, looked nothing short of sensational in the ruffled, one-shoulder figure garment.
She showed off her toned legs through a daring thigh-high slit and elevated her frame with a pair of sky-high silver metallic heels.
Wearing a pair of dazzling tiny hoop earrings and some chunky rings, the Masked Singer judge styled her long brunette locks in loose waves and applied a flawless makeup palette to accentuate her beauty.
She was joined by the likes of Emily Atack, Kate Garraway and Christine Lampard who opted for equally glitzy ensembles.
Davina was in good spirits as she prepared to host the star-studded event which celebrates the work of dedicated healthcare workers and volunteers.
Speaking about the awards, she said: “I am extremely proud to host these awards, which recognize some of the most incredible people on the planet. It is a privilege to meet these everyday heroes and celebrate their truly inspiring stories.”
Davina was joined by fellow TV presenter Christine Lampard, 44, who also opted for a glamorous white dress.
The garment featured a plunging asymmetrical neckline with silver sequins and a thigh-high slit.
She wore a pair of silver high heels to add a few inches to her frame and opted for a pair of glittering silver earrings.
Christine went for a glamorous look with her makeup and made sure she caught the attention of onlookers as she posed on the red carpet.
Elsewhere, actress Emily Atack looked stunning in pink, wearing a floor-length satin dress with a plunging neckline.
The garment had ruffles and folds in places near the skirt area where it rested on the floor.
Glitterati: The Masked Singer adorned the judges with a pair of dazzling small hoop earrings and some chunky rings and styled her long brunette locks in loose waves
On duty: Davina was in good spirits as she prepared to host the star-studded event that celebrates the work of dedicated healthcare workers and volunteers
In style: Davina was joined by fellow TV presenter Christine Lampard, 44, who also opted for a glamorous white dress for the evening
She carried a clutch in the shape of lips and opted for a glamorous look with her makeup.
The former I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! runner-up, adorned with some gold jewelry, including a bracelet wrapped around her wrist.
Kate Garraway showed off her chic sense of style as she posed at the party and wore a striking red outfit for the evening.
The broadcaster, 56, wore a suit with flared trousers and a jacket with a large fabric flower.
She wore a red satin top that matched the rest of her ensemble, with a deep v-neck.
Kate completed her look by boosting her height with a pair of high-heeled suede boots for her trip to the awards shows.
All made up: she carried a clutch in the shape of lips and opted for a glamorous look with her make-up for the evening
In detail: the former I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! runner-up, adorned with some gold jewelry, including a bracelet wrapped around her wrist
Fashion forward: Kate Garraway, 56, showed off her chic sense of style as she posed on arrival at the bash, wearing a striking red outfit for the evening
The Sun’s Who Cares Wins awards reward people in the health and social care sectors who go above and beyond for their patients or charities.
The event has returned to Channel 4, with Davina McCall once again hosting the awards and star-studded red carpet ceremony taking place in London.
Channel 4 has teamed up with The Sun and NHS Charities Together to broadcast the awards ceremony for the third year in a row.
The awards were originally established in 2017 to celebrate the NHS and healthcare professionals, key workers and ordinary people who care for us.
Channel 4 Editor-in-Chief Tom Beck said: ‘We’re thrilled to be broadcasting The Sun’s Who Cares Win awards for a second year, bringing the amazing and inspiring stories of the nominees and winners to Channel viewers. 4 can bring.’
This year’s awards were launched in June by boxing legend Anthony Joshua as one of many celebrations to mark the 75th anniversary of the NHS.
Urging people to nominate themselves, the sportsman said: “It is my pleasure to launch this year’s awards. It was truly humbling to hear the incredible stories of heroism happening across Britain at last year’s ceremony.
‘I was blown away by the people I met. For me they are the real stars. Our health heroes are real fighters. The past few years have been incredibly tough for those working on the front lines. They got us through the coronavirus pandemic while continuing to try to maintain all other services.
‘Our NHS is made up of people from different backgrounds who come together to selflessly help others. They brought the greats to Britain. They don’t do it for the money or for the gratitude. They’re not the kind to put themselves in the spotlight, so that’s why The Sun wants you to nominate your healthcare hero.’