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We’ve seen Amy Childs and Melissa George; here are the rest of the attendees at the Arqiva BAFTA Television Awards 2012, which took place at the Royal Festival Hall in London yesterday evening.

Davina McCall: It’s always good to see the ‘Million Pound Drop’ TV presenter not wearing black. On this occasion she wore a Michael Kors belted zebra-print dress from the Spring 2012 collection. I love the pop of hot pink via her Jimmy Choo heels. If this is looking familiar, that’s because Debra Messing wore the same dress recently.

Emilia Fox: The actress looked breathtaking wearing a stunning frock she picked up from William Vintage. The nude piece with a textured top and satin belted full skirt is the stuff movie stars are made of. Just a shame the skirt is so creased. The sweeping updo and statement earrings add to the drama of this exquisite look.

Louise Redknapp: Never have a seen a Gucci dress look so drab. What happened to Louise? She used to be so stylish. This Spring 2012 strapless drop waist dress does nothing for her. She styled the look with a black satin clutch and Gucci ‘Delphine’ sandals from the same collection completed the look.

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Melissa George was recently at Cannes Film Festival where she hit the red carpet looking dowdy in Calvin Klein.

I guess she was saving this Armani Prive Fall 2011 to dazzle the crowds at the Arqiva BAFTA Television Awards 2012 which took place at the Royal Festival Hall in London yesterday evening.

Surely the Couture gown would’ve been best served at Cannes, but I digress.

The strapless look features a lot of velvet, making this look a tad heavy for a rare hot evening in the capital.

I love the floral embroidery and the pleated details, but this is a case of right dress, wrong occasion, wrong season.

Sorry to say it, but this feels like a waste of an Armani Privé gown. It deserved more.

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I have never written about any of the members of ‘The Only Way Is Essex’ because, firstly, I have never watched the show and secondly they have never given me a reason to write about any of them.

That surprisingly changed last night when Amy Childs attended the Arqiva BAFTA Television Awards 2012 in London wearing a Victoria Beckham Spring 2012 gown.

The reality TV star squeezed herself into this sleeveless turquoise gown with front patch pockets and a silver exposed zipper at the back.

I say squeezed because the dress appears to be too tight.

Even if she had gone up one size she still would’ve benefited from the contouring fit she desired without the pull around the hips.

Her flame-red hair was swept up into a top knot with silver jewels and a glossy pink lip colour completing her look.

Yay or nay for Amy in VB?

Amy’s Victoria Beckham dress is available from Net-A-Porter.com and farfetch.com.

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Ravashing In Red/Best Dressed Award
Patsy Kensit gives Louise Redknapp and Michelle Ryan a masterclass on how to wear a red gown.

The mermaid Dolce & Gabbana gown, with a pleated train, and floral corsage detail at the waist, was so exquisite that Patsy was Best Dressed at this event for me.

Best International Award - despite being born in the UK
Although Mischa Barton brought a touch of Hollywood to this UK awards do yesterday, she wore one of our London based designers.

Her floor-length long-sleeved gown was from the Osman Yousefzada Fall 2009 collection.

I love the gold turtle-neckline, but it would have been nice had she wore her hair back so we could have got the full effect of the detail.

Best Maternity Award
If I didn’t already know Tess Daly was pregnant, I would never have guessed.

Her 3.1 Phillip Lim ruffle-front shift dress, does a very good job of disguising her baby bump.

The radiant mum-to-be wore her dress with a black clutch, gold bangle, and tribal inspired Jimmy Choo Serena strappy sandals.

Best Use Of Accessories Award
Miranda Raison dove grey dress is gorgeous, but what I love about this look the most is the pink shimmering belt she paired with the dress. Without it, I think this dress would have looked so plain.

Best Embellishments Award
Hannah Murray grey tights work better with her Collette Dinnigan Fall 2008 silver dress with a feather detail on the skirt.

You may remember that Fearne Cotton wore this same dress to the National Television Awards last year.

On Trend Award
Liz McClarnon doesn’t usually do elegant, but that is how she presented herself yesterday in the colour of the season: nude.

Her asymmetrical gown, with pretty flower embellishment was definitely the right choice for her.

Best Use Of Colour Award
Davina Mccall wore a cobalt blue draped gown. I love the detail on the front, and how she didn’t over accessorize her look.

I love that she opted for a lilac clutch, instead of a predictable black clutch.

Sexy Back Award
The lace trend maybe over, but that didn’t stop Lisa Maxwell wearing this lace backless gown, with a bow detail on the front.

Summertime Floral Award
The way our British summer time is going; glorious sunshine yesterday, rain today. Lucy Benjamin did well to give her floral Matthew Williamson silk lamé dress an airing.

Lord knows when she’ll get to wear it again.

High Fashion Award
Jamie Winstone gave us some high-fashion wearing black Chanel Pre-Fall 2009 dress, with jeweled brooches, and strappy metallic sandals. Hot pink lips complete the look.

You’re Never Too Old To Be Fabulous Award
The grand dames of British Television were not to be out done by their younger counterparts.

Barbara Windsor and June Brown aka Peggy Mitchell and Dot Cotton from Eastenders, looked sensational. Barbara wore a black gown, with a sheer yoke, that tastefully shows off her cleavage.

For me June looks outstanding. First off, I LOVE her hair like this. Secondly her cream skirt suit with embellished jacket is sublime.

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