arguably won best outfit at the Attitude Awards – opting for a nude illusion dress.
The Radio 1 presenter, who earlier this year, wowed in the daring dress as she joined the likes of Amanda Holden on the red carpet.
The judge, 52, looked fabulous in a bodice frock that came with an epic black train as she cuddled up to , who matched her in the glam stakes with a pale pink sparkly suit jacket.
The pair were presenting the event at the Roundhouse in Camden, London on Wednesday, held to benefit the Attitude Magazine Foundation, which raises money for causes.
Other stars in attendance included Katherine Ryan, who rocked a suit and slicked back hair, Denise Van Outen looking iconic in a pink bow dress and Keith Lemon in an eye-catching floral suit.
Elsewhere, unveiled a fabulous new hair cut at the awards, a cropped, bleached ‘do, and set off his new blonde lock with a vivid green snake print outfit.
The 35-year-old comedian later revealed he had not destroyed the cash through a shredder, and had actually donated the sum to LGBT+ charities.
Alex Scott was also honoured at the bash and stunned in a black lace dress, appearing on the red carpet separately from her .
Representing Strictly Come Dancing were current contestant Layton Williams, who wowed in a black latex dress and matching smokey eye, and a bejewelled Shirley Ballas.
Last year’s contestant and comedian Jayde Adams rocked a strong look in a white and black striped suit and matching shades.
Among the many popstars working up a storm on the red carpet were Becky Hill, UK Eurovision entry Mae Muller, Girls Aloud’s Nicola Roberts and Kimberley Walsh, as well as Steps huns H and Claire Richards.
Mae opted for lots of sparkle in an asymmetric gold dress, while H looked incredible in tulle skirts and trousers and an oversized blazer, while Claire went for a pearl sheer gown.
Nicola, wearing a cut-out black dress, cuddled up to Kimberley, who went for an animal print jumpsuit and Becky kept it cool in a sleeveless black dress and snazzy hat.
As well as musicians, there were plenty of screen stars, including Russell Tovey, who was suited and booted, and Hollywood star Luke Evans, who wore an oversized navy suit paired with a white shirt.
Other celebs looking 10/10 were presenters Rylan Clark and Munroe Bergdorf.
Rylan looked chic in a silver striped shirt, while Munroe wore a blue sparkly number.
Louise Redknapp also amped up the glamour in a black suit, white shirt and a classic red lip.
Rounding off the stars were Boy George in a colourful suit and Helen Skelton, who kept it elegant in a black dress.