Hair and Styles at the British Television Awards
Ex-Emmerdale starlet Natalie Anderson was resplendent in a peach-coloured gown that showed off her flawless figure. Anderson, whose dark hair was swept into a sleek updo, wore gold and amber accessories to complement the dress.
This Morning host Holly Willoughby turned heads in a demure white dress that complemented her gorgeous curves. Her signature blonde tresses cascaded around her shoulders in loose, breezy waves.
Equally stunning was Apprentice star Luisa Zissman, who wore a royal purple gown with a low-cut back and sparkly neckline. The former Sun columnist’s long dark locks fell down her back in sleek and shiny waves.
When Jorgie Porter appeared on the red carpet, jaws dropped and cameras went crazy. The former Hollyoaks star was dressed in a silver chiffon gown that she accessorised with a metallic hairpiece. A sleek ponytail and majorly smoky eyes finished off the space age look.
Another Hollyoaks celeb, Natalie Sanderson, was pure Hollywood glam in a lacy black sequin studded Arabella gown. To complete the sexy image, she wore her auburn hair curled down one side and painted her nails a sultry shade of burgundy.
Pregnant Doctor Foster actress Suranne Jones shone in an elegant black maternity gown from Isabella OIiver. Jones, who took home the Best Drama Performance award for her role as Dr. Gemma Foster, wore her hair in a simple twist and sported green-blue eyeshadow and dangling turquoise earrings to add a dash of colour to the dark ensemble.
TOWIE star Jessica Wright went for a purely dramatic effect in a plunging black gown, smoky eye makeup, and honey-blonde hair swept back. Equally hot-to-trot was Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden, who matched an all-black frock with strappy heels and blonde locks pulled back into a loose, feminine bun.
Corrie star Alison King looked chic in a flirty black dress with a cut-out design and flared skirt. Loosely styled dark waves and youthful orange heels added a playful touch to the straight lines of her gown.
Although there were a limited number of awards to be had, the style winners were definitely in abundance.