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22.02.10

2010 BAFTAs Red Carpet

I hope you enjoy our video of some of the celebs – guys and girls – who walked the red carpet at the 2010 BAFTAs last night.

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2010 BAFTAs – Kimberley Walsh In Jenny Packham

Kimberley Walsh was one of the first to walk the red carpet at the 2010 BAFTAs as she was presenting for MTV.

The Girls Aloud singer has a body to die for.

Her bootylicious body would give Beyonce and Jennifer Lopez a run for their money.

She was smart to wear a feathered cape as she was on the freezing cold red carpet for about 4 hours last night.

The cape was very complementary to her figure hugging Jenny Packham embellished gown and she informed us that under her gown she was wearing Fendi heels.

That’s the end of my BAFTAs red carpet coverage. Go back to page 4 to see it all.

Video footage and Best Dressed poll to follow.

Who was your Best Dressed?

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Runway To 2010 BAFTAs – Sam Taylor-Wood In Alexander McQueen

Like Jamie Winstone, Sam Taylor-Wood paid tribute to the late designer Alexander McQueen.

Sam arrived with her toyboy Aaron Johnson to the 2010 BAFTAs wearing an Alexander McQueen Spring 2007 dress with Boucheron jewelery and YSL heels.

She looked so cold I think she wished she’d worn the white cropped shirt as shown on the runway.

You can’t tell in this picture, but her embroidered dress was covering her tiny baby bump.

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2010 BAFTAs – Bonnie Wright In Prada

Bonnie Wright looked beautiful as she walked the red carpet at the 2010 BAFTAs.

Like Carey, Bonnie loves Prada and that love affair continued last night.

The “Harry Potter” actress glided down the red carpet in a golden Prada plunging dress paired with matching Prada shoes and a Prada embellished clutch.

For some this maybe to one-tone or matchy matchy, but it worked beautifully on the red carpet.

She has great poise and knows how to work a red carpet.

I was quite impressed by her.

Credit: Wireimage

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2010 BAFTAs – Edith Bowman In Willow

You may remember that I only discovered Willow during New York Fashion Week recently, but it looks like Edith Bowman knew about Willow before me.

The TV presenter was on the red carpet for the official sponsor Orange last night wearing a wave print strapless Willow maxi dress.

I would’ve expected her to wear a British designer like Matthew Williamson, or Burberry but she opted for a dress by Australian designer Kit Willow.

The dress was nice, but I wasn’t so crazy about her hair.

The poor lamb was so very cold last night, opting to wear her fur coat between takes.

Us girls do suffer for fashion.

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2010 BAFTAs – Gabourey Sidibe In Tadashi Shoji

Gabourey Sidibe walked the red carpet at the 2010 BAFTAs last night looking very confident.

When we asked her who was she wearing, she just smiled and waved.

We asked one of the PRs to chase her down the red carpet and ask her.

They told us she was wearing a custom-made Tadashi Shoji gown.

The gown is pretty, but I would’ve liked it more with long sleeves.

Credit: Wireimage

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2010 BAFTAs – Claire Danes & Saoirse Ronan In Burberry

British brand Burberry was the designer of the night dressing 3 stars.

Claire Danes walked very fast down the red carpet, so I had to shout “who are you wearing?” To which she replied “Burberry”.

Her silk Burberry gown was custom-made for her by Christopher Bailey.

I loved the detail on the bodice, but I wasn’t so crazy about the detail wrapped around her hips.

Her look was paired with Burberry heels and Tiffany jewels.

“Atonement” actress Saoirse Ronan – who’s name we had trouble pronouncing – also wore a custom-made Burberry dress, with Burberry jewels and shoes.

The 15 year old actress looked age appropriate.

I just loved those ruffles as they added a touch of charm to her look.

Uma Thurman who didn’t walk the red carpet presented an early award wearing a custom-made light gold lace Burberry gown.

I hope I find some pictures of her to show you, because she look stunning on screen.

Credit: Burberry