Kylie Minogue, Geri Horner and Alessandra Ambrosio led the glamorous arrivals at the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Monaco on Sunday.
The rising popularity of Formula 1 continued to attract a number of A-list stars for the sport’s most lavish race as they arrived on the sun-drenched track.
The celebs who attended the race saw Red Bull’s defending champion Max Verstappen start from pole position after Saturday’s qualifying.
Singer Kylie, 55, looked glamorous as she wore loose-fitting white overalls for the sporting event, along with strappy sandals.
The Spinning Around hitmaker wore her blonde locks in soft curls and shielded her eyes from the rays with some oversized shades.
So chic! Kylie Minogue, Geri Horner (pictured) and Alessandra Ambrosio led the glamorous arrivals at the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Monaco on Sunday
Hot ticket in town: The rise of Formula 1’s popularity continued to attract some A-list stars to the sport’s most lavish race as they arrived at the sun-drenched track
Glowing: Singer Kylie, 55, put on a glamorous display as she wore loose-fitting white overalls for the sporting event, along with strappy sandals
Kylie, opting for soft makeup, wore a series of ties around her neck and carried her phone in her red manicured hands.
Spice Girl Geri, 50, who wore her signature white uniform at the event, joined her husband Christian, director of Red Bull Racing.
She wore a collared dress tied around her waist, paired with a pair of Gucci wedges and an accessory pair of aviator sunglasses.
The star wore her auburn locks in a loose, slicked-back style and wore a pretty green pendant necklace around her neck.
Also on hand was model Alessandra Ambrosio, who looked stunning in a white napkin style top with blue satin trousers.
Alessandra added a pair of white platform heels and carried her essentials in a red Chanel bag.
Actors Tom Holland and Michael Douglas were also among the A-listers who made it to the Circuit de Monaco among the superyachts and flashy sports cars.
Tom, donning a green shirt and sunglasses, beamed as he chatted with fellow big guns on screen Orlando Bloom, David Harbor and Archie Madekwe.
Signature look: Spice Girl Geri, 50, who wore her signature white uniform at the event, joined her husband Christian, director of Red Bull Racing
Model: Also present was model Alessandra Ambrosio, who looked stunning in a white napkin-style top with blue satin pants
Accessories: Alessandra added a pair of white platform heels and carried her essentials in a red Chanel bar
The Spider-Man actor was pictured talking to Red Bull team boss Christian, whose driver Max started from pole position.
Elsewhere, American actor Michael posed with former drivers, Australian Mark Webber and Briton David Coulthard.
Michael had a good view of qualifying the day before as he watched from a balcony overlooking the track with his wife Catherine Zeta-Jones.
The power couple had just returned from the launch of the new Aston Martin DB12 at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc in Antibes, France.
The pair were in the South of France at the same time as the Cannes Film Festival, which was taking place just a few miles up the coast from Antibes.
Orlando also took to the paddock and posed with a Red Bull car in the pre-race garage before being photographed enjoying the sun while chatting with other race-goers.
Actor James Marsden, comedian Chris Rock and Dame Shirley Bassey also brought star power to Monaco.
Meanwhile, it was not only the stars of the red carpet who were in force, because the big names from the sports world also took to the track.
Brazilian football star Neymar left the field for the paddock as he cut a fine figure, while his Paris Saint-Germain team-mate Marco Verratti was on hand with girlfriend Jessica Aidi.
The two athletes flew to Monaco after their French side clinched a record-breaking 11th Ligue 1 title on Saturday.
Verstappen called his maiden pole in Monaco ‘very nice’ but there was nothing to cheer for his Red Bull team-mate Sergio Perez as the winner of last year’s race crashed out early in qualifying.
Alpine’s Esteban Ocon surprisingly led towards the end of the session before 41-year-old Fernando Alonso returned to the top as he chased a first pole since the German GP in 2012 when he was with Ferrari.
But Verstappen had other ideas as he raced over the walls of the sinewy street circuit to beat Alonso’s time by just 0.084 seconds to clinch his fourth pole of the season and 23rd of his career.
“I knew this weekend it was going to be tight,” said 25-year-old Verstappen. “I must have pushed a little harder.”
Alonso walked up to Verstappen and shook his hand after a fierce battle between the two-time F1 champions.
“Feels great, I’ve always been confident in what I could do,” said Alonso. “We start on the front row in Monaco, so the job is done.”
Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc chased a third consecutive pole at his home track, but qualified third, 0.106 behind Verstappen.
But Leclerc was subsequently given a three-place grid penalty by race stewards for impeding McLaren’s Lando Norris. Stewards judged Norris to be on a fast lap and overtook Leclerc in the middle of the tunnel, where he was clearly hampered.
Stewards checked the team radio and found that Ferrari had not given Leclerc any warning of Norris’s approach until the other driver was already directly behind him.
Last year Ferrari made a series of blunders with strategic decisions and team orders – including at the Monaco GP, where Leclerc missed out on a potential victory when he was called into the pits at the wrong time and eventually finished fourth.
Saturday’s grid penalty lifted Ocon from fourth to third, while Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz Jr. improved to fourth, ahead of Lewis Hamilton’s Mercedes in fifth.
Pierre Gasly (Alpine), George Russell (Mercedes), Yuki Tsunoda (AlphaTauri) and Norris rounded out the top 10.
Perez starts from the back.