Holly Willoughby leads the glamour at ITV Gala

by hellofashion.com /

Holly Willoughby pulled out all the stops for the annual ITV Gala on Thursday evening. The This Morning presenter looked gorgeous as she arrived at the London Palladium in a champagne-coloured sequin gown.

The floor-length dress was a £975 sequinned number from Galvan London, with Holly telling fans she was bringing a bit of "Christmas sparkle" to the red carpet. She complemented the look with silver heels and wore her hair in loose curls.



Holly Willoughby wore a Galvan London dress to the ITV Gala

Holly was not the only leading lady to glam up for the red carpet event. Laura Whitmore looked gorgeous in a shimmering scarlet gown with a matching red lip, while Fearne Cotton enjoyed a rare night out in a sequinned leopard print dress.


Laura Whitmore looked stunning in scarlet

Sharing a photo of herself ready for the event on Instagram, Fearne wrote: "Managed to get the kids pasta outta my hair and I'm off out. It's been a while."


Fearne Cotton dressed up in a sequin leopard print dress

Meanwhile Michelle Keegan switched up her signature red carpet look for a houndstooth trouser suit from Joshua Kane. She teamed the cropped jacket and trousers with a black jumper and metallic court shoes, adding a quirky finishing touch with a clutch bag inspired by a chewing gum packet.


Michelle Keegan opted for a houndstooth Joshua Kane suit

Joining the line-up was Anna Friel, who tapped into one of autumn-winter's biggest trends in a midnight blue velvet off-the-shoulder midi dress and co-ordinating heels. Emma Willis also made an appearance in a chic black tailored jumpsuit with her hair backcombed into a striking crop.

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