Red Carpet Fashion Awards

National Television Awards 2013

Here are the rest of the looks from last night’s 2013 National Television Awards, held at the O2 Arena in London.

Melanie Sykes: The TV presenter wore a shimmering silver one-shoulder gown, styling her look with an elegant updo and blue clutch.

Samia Ghadie: The ‘Coronation Street’ actress is so much better than this Herve Leger dress is suggesting. Samia wears this dress after Nicki Minaj.

Brook Vincent: Opting for a sleek black lace strapless gown, the ‘Coronation Street’ actress styled her frock with an Alexander McQueen clutch. I don’t think that cuff, which looks more like a sweatband, was needed.

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Ashley Roberts In Rachel Gilbert - 2013 National Television Awards

Ashley Roberts took to the red carpet alongside former Pussycat Dolls bandmate Nicole Scherzinger last night for the 2013 National Television Awards, held at the O2 Arena in London.

Also plying her trade in the UK as a reality TV judge, the star opted for an old Hollywood glamorous look, wearing a Rachel Gilbert Fall 2013 gown.

Her white halter gown with tonal embellishments was simply styled with wavy locks.

No jewels, no clutch and barely-there makeup completed her effortless look.

Credit: Rachel Gilbert & Getty

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Kimberley Walsh In Unrath Strano - 2013 National Television Awards

I was most disappointed by Kimberley Walsh when she took to the red carpet last night representing ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ at the 2013 National Television Awards held at the O2 in London yesterday evening.

This horrid Unrath Strano dress is something I would’ve expected Nicole Scherzinger to wear.

Her petrol-blue and black bold-shouldered frock with lace sleeves and a lace yoke does nothing for her, plus the skirt looks unfinished.

Heidi Klum needs to say ‘Auf Wiedersehen’ to this frock as it needed to be eliminated from the red carpet immediately.

Kimberley is, however, gorgeous from the neck up, with Theo Fennell jewels and Tom Ford shoes providing the finishing touches.

Credit: Getty

Holly Willoughby In Roland Mouret - 2013 National Television Awards

The fourth and final re-run on the red carpet at the 2013 National Television Awards held at the O2 in London yesterday evening was presented via Holly Willoughby.

The TV presenter wore a Roland Mouret ‘Jarndyce’ gown.

Her black elegant gown with signature origami detailing was a sublime choice for the star to showcase her famed gorgeous curves.

Making her appear taller and more statuesque, her gown features a mermaid hemline with a train.

The black was broken up with pops of red via her lips and nails, with a large cocktail ring completing her look.

You may remember that Naomi Watts wore this same body-contouring gown in a majestic electric-blue colour last year.


You can buy Holly’s Roland Mouret gown in blue from

Credit: Getty

Helen Flanagan In Dolce & Gabbana - 2013 National Television Awards

Since leaving ‘Coronation Street’ to become a full-time WAG and obsession of the Daily Mail, Helen Flanagan’s dress choices have become less and less desirable, so I was surprised to see her much improved last night on the red carpet at the 2013 National Television Awards held at the O2 Arena in London.

Much improved because on this rare occasion her twins are fully contained under her dress.

You’ll recognise this green-and-black floral Dolce & Gabbana print, as we’ve seen it twice before on Amy Adams and Elisabeth Moss.

Helen’s version, with a square neckline and ruched detailing, was styled with a nude clutch and matching Christian Louboutin platform peep-toes.

From the neck down this is a great look.

Her ghostly makeup, which is at least 4 shades too light for her, and the ditzy beaded bow-accented hair band don’t work with anything south of her chin.

The vision of her makeup will haunt my dreams forever.


You can buy Helen’s Dolce & Gabbana dress from Browns Fashion and

Credit: Getty

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