Sophie Ellis-Bextor dazzles in a sparkly purple dress as she puts on a dazzling disco with BT

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Sophie Ellis-Bextor dazzles in a sparkly purple dress as she hosts a dazzling disco with BT to celebrate the pandemic’s ‘unbreakable heroes’

Sophie Ellis-Bextor looked sensational as she put on a dazzling disco with BT on Thursday night to celebrate the “unbreakable heroes” of the pandemic.

The singer, 42, who herself entertained the nation with her Kitchen Discos for the past year, recognized those who have kept people going during the Covid crisis with a special set list and special shout-outs.

Sophie looked incredible during the livestream, which was shared on BT’s YouTube, and she wowed in a sparkly purple sequin mini dress.

Wow: Sophie Ellis-Bextor looked sensational as she put on a dazzling disco with BT on Thursday night to celebrate the 'unbreakable heroes' of the pandemic

Wow: Sophie Ellis-Bextor looked sensational as she put on a dazzling disco with BT on Thursday night to celebrate the ‘unbreakable heroes’ of the pandemic

The singer completed her dazzling ensemble with a pair of orange heels and gold jewelry.

Sophie styled her brunette locks in a blow-dried hairdo, adding a touch of glamorous makeup.

At the virtual event, powered by BT’s hybrid broadband and supported by EE’s mobile network, the star celebrated the ‘unbreakable heroes’, including Laura Llewelyn Jones, co-founder of The West End of Wales Orchestra.

Other nominees included Chris Jowsey, from Scotland, who hosted online pub quizzes every week during the lockdown, and Kerry Irving, who documented their daily dog ​​walks with Springer Spaniels Max, Paddy and Harry.

'Unbreakable heroes': The singer, 42, who herself entertained the nation with her Kitchen Discos for the past year, recognized those who have kept people going during the Covid crisis with a special set list and special shout-outs

'Unbreakable heroes': The singer, 42, who herself entertained the nation with her Kitchen Discos for the past year, recognized those who have kept people going during the Covid crisis with a special set list and special shout-outs

‘Unbreakable heroes’: The singer, 42, who herself entertained the nation with her Kitchen Discos for the past year, recognized those who have kept people going during the Covid crisis with a special set list and special shout-outs

Dazzling: Sophie looked incredible during the livestream, which was shared on BT's YouTube, and she wowed in a sparkly purple sequin mini dress

Dazzling: Sophie looked incredible during the livestream, which was shared on BT's YouTube, and she wowed in a sparkly purple sequin mini dress

Dazzling: Sophie looked incredible during the livestream, which was shared on BT’s YouTube, and she wowed in a sparkly purple sequin mini dress

Sophie, who hosted a kitchen disco during the lockdown, said: “I’ve teamed up with BT to celebrate the unsung members of the public who have used the power of the internet to help people stay connected and motivated, in their own unique way.

BT’s Unbreakable Disco will be a special moment to recognize these everyday Unbreakables that kept us going through tougher times, with a setlist dedicated to the heroes and some special shout-outs.

“I feel like dancing the night away in honor of all the inspiring stories that come out of the lockdown.”

In addition to Sophie in the top 10 celebrities who made a difference, workout king Joe Wicks, Fearne Cotton and her dancing kittens, Dr. Alex George of Love Island fame and comedian Romesh Ranganathan.

Finishing touch: The singer completes her dazzling ensemble with a pair of orange heels and gold jewelry

Finishing touch: The singer completes her dazzling ensemble with a pair of orange heels and gold jewelry

Finishing touch: The singer completes her dazzling ensemble with a pair of orange heels and gold jewelry

The top 10 featured singers Myleene Klass, Gary Barlow and Chris Martin alongside chef Gordon Ramsay.

Sharon Meadows, Director of Propositions, BT’s Consumer Division, said: “Our quest for the country’s Unbreakables is to recognize the countless unsung heroes in communities who used the power of the Internet to help others during this difficult time.

“Whether that was by raising money online, keeping people engaged online or making sure family members stayed connected during the lockdown.

“Access to a reliable broadband connection was a vital part of making this possible, so we are proud to celebrate the country’s Unbreakables as we roll out our new hybrid broadband service.”

So much fun! Sophie: “I’m partnering with BT to celebrate the unsung members of the public who have harnessed the power of the internet to help people stay connected and motivated, in their own unique way.” (pictured at her Halloween Kitchen Disco in October)

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