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Emma Willis stuns in £500 Stella McCartney jumpsuit

The Voice presenter keeps it classy in designer outfit

by Laura Sutcliffe /


Emma Willis stunned on the red carpet on Wednesday at the official photocall for the new series of The Voice - fresh from her stint on Tuesday evening at the Big Brother launch in Borehamwood. It's a busy start to the year for the wife of Matt Willis as she began her major presenting work. Emma looked incredible as she posed next to new judge Olly Murrs, Jennifer Hudson, will.i.am and Tom Jones for launch of the popular ITV show. The mother-of-two kept it simple but effortlessly chic in a jumpsuit by Stella McCartney which is priced at £498. The black design boasted flared trousers with a tailored finish and a deep V-neck neckline – topped off with a bold statement belt. She wore a nude bodice underneath the ensemble which gave her look a contemporary finish. The TV presenter added designer high-heel shoes by Jimmy Choo and pretty hoops by Georgia Scott.

Emma looked incredible in the black jumpsuit by Stella McCartney

The plunging jumpsuit looked fabulous on Emma's long and lean frame - streamlining her shape and making the most of her petite curves. It's the kind of versatile outfit that can be worn for both the daytime and can also be accessorised with a statement clutch bag and bold jewellery for perfect evening attire. Emma was styled by one of her favourite fashion stylists Hannah Macleod – who looks after Emma's wardrobe for a variety of red-carpet events.

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The 41-year-old  looked typically glamorous and ready for action on Tuesday evening whilst presenting Big Brother. She stunned the crowd in yet another luxury designer item - a bright pink MSGM coat and complimenting Christian Louboutin pink high heels as she introduced the new housemates. She showed no signs of looking tired after her late evening – her skin gleamed and she sported a natural base, long eye-lashes and nude lipstick as she smiled for the camera.

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