DAVINA McCall, Kate Garraway and Frankie Bridge wowed on the red carpet at The Sun’s eagerly-awaited Who Cares Wins awards tonight.
David Beckham, Prince William and Boris Johnson were also suited and booted, as they honoured Britain’s NHS and healthcare heroes.
Davina, who is hosting this year’s glittering Who Cares Wins Awards, ceremony, held in London at the Camden Roundhouse and sponsored by The National Lottery, stunned in a sophisticated floor-length monochrome gown.
The TV presenter looked incredible in her fitted fancy frock that was white at the front and black at the back, and came with a thigh-high slit.
Seasoned host Davina teamed her dress with black heels and deep red lipstick, as she was joined by former England captain Beckham and Chelsea legend Frank Lampard who headed up the style stakes for the men.
A confident Davina flashed a smile on her arrival, as she was joined by Kate Garraway, who was dressed to impress in a metallic printed sheer black dress.
The Good Morning Britain presenter, who sat on the judging panel for this year’s awards honouring the efforts of health workers, looked just lovely as she teamed her eye-catching dress with glam make-up and drop-down earrings.
She was closely followed by Loose Women star Frankie Bridge who caught the eye in a busty number that boasted sheer long sleeves.
Frankie wore her short locks in stylish curls and sassed up her stunning dress with strappy heels.
Ex-TOWIE star Megan McKenna dazzled in a one-shouldered mini dress. A red carpet regular, Megan paired her frock with a sleek high pony-tail and leather heels.
Former X Factor star Fleur East brightened up the red carpet in a subtly orange-tinted bandeau mini dress which she paired with black leather mules.
British Paralympic athlete Lauren Steadman upped the sartorial stakes in a chic black jumpsuit and heels, while Ulrika Jonsson opted for a pretty black dress with ruched sleeves that showed off her tattoos.
TV presenter Steph McGovern made sure to grab attention as she paired a chic one-shouldered number with striking neon yellow heels.
The Sun columnist Deborah James went glam for the evening in a sequin mini dress and ditched heels for a pair of lace-up boots instead.
She joined fellow judge Penny Lancaster who arrived on the arm of husband Rod Stewart in a belted jumpsuit and court heels.
Meanwhile, Beckham, who rocked up to the red carpet looking dapper in a tailored suit and bow tie, was joined by his mum Sandra.
The health awards brought out a host of sporting legends including Lampard, who gave a thumbs up who turned up sporting a three-piece suit and tie, and England footballer Tyrone Mings, who was smartly-dressed for the occasion.
Match Of The Day host Gary Lineker made sure to stop for photographs on his arrival, while British cyclist Mark Cavendish was joined by his stylish wife Peta Todd.
Peta stunned in an off-the-shoulder top and flattering pencil skirt co-ord.
Vernon Kay, meanwhile, arrived suited and booted for the ceremony alongside a glamorous Dr Helen Wall.
As did brothers AJ and Curtis Pritchard who were joined by former Strictly Come Dancing star AJ’s glamorous girlfriend Abbie Quinnen.
Also attending were Piers Morgan and Virgin Radio host Chris Evans, as well as Rishi Sunak.
Before they hit the red carpet, the stars were seen pampering themselves alongside their glam squads as they perfected their hair and make-up for the glittering awards bash.
Mum-of-two Frankie was seen tucking into both a pizza and burger as she sat on the bed with a towel wrapped around her head, while Saira Khan gave fans a first look at her red carpet look over on Instagram.
Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins star Ulrika documented her glam transformation for fans on Instagram – sharing a make-up free selfie before dazzling her followers with her finished look.
This year’s inspirational awards included a new 999 Hero category to honour our amazing first responders, that will be handed out on stage to the winner by the Duke of Cambridge.
Those shortlisted for the award included paramedics who have stared down danger, air ambulance workers tackling harsh conditions and army officers deploying military workers to boost the front-line response to Covid-19.
The health-focused awards honour those who have helped take care of the nation, with categories including Best Doctor, Best Nurse, Best Midwife and Ultimate Lifesaver.
Other categories include Best Charity, Groundbreaking Pioneer, Unsung Hero, Young Hero and the National Lottery Award.
For this year’s awards we are honouring the late TV presenter Caroline Flack, who died aged 40 in February 2020, by naming one of the awards in her honour with her family’s support.
The Caroline Flack Mental Health Hero Award recognises the incredible people who aim to make a difference in their communities – providing solace and a safe space for those who need to talk.
All winners will be revealed during the televised ceremony, with the winning healthcare heroes decided by a panel of celebrity judges.
Who Cares Wins awards
The Who Cares Wins awards honour those who have helped take care of the nation.
They had the daunting task of finding the worthiest winners out of 2,200 incredible entries across all 13 categories.
2021’s judging lineup includes GMB star Kate, who has continuously praised hospital workers throughout the pandemic, especially as her husband Derek Draper was hospitalised with Covid and is still battling complications from the virus.
Boxing champ Anthony Joshua also sat on the panel, alongside Penny Lancaster and comedian Matt Lucas.
They joined broadcaster Krishnan Guru-Murthy, presenter Christine Lampard and Sun columnist Deborah, who has stage four bowel cancer and knows all too well the important role doctors and nurses play.
Rounding off the judging panel was and Ellie Orton – the CEO of NHS Charities Together who was at the forefront of the Sun-backed Covid-19 Urgey Appeal to help raise more than £150million for the NHS.
She said of this year’s awards: “After the last 18 months, these awards are going to be incredibly special.
“I’m expecting it to be incredibly emotional – not just to have everyone in a room together, but to be able to celebrate key workers.”
The Sun’s Who Cares Wins awards will be broadcast on Channel 4 and All 4 on Sunday at 7.30pm.
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