The Pride of Britain awards took place in the capital city last night at Grosvenor House in Mayfair.
Wanting to comment on the most noticeable celebrities that came out of their homes for the charity are featured below!
The recently fired X factor Star took to the red carpet in a fellow Brit- Victoria Beckham.
Cheryl Cole ironically she chose to wear the gown after commenting back in 2009 that “Girls allowed would not really wear her fashion as its more for the older woman!”– rather mean really!
Either she is eating her words or she feels she is now at an older age to wear the gowns? or maybe she is trying to make amends with the Beckhams so she can use them as an entrance to America?!
OOHH the accusations!
The gown looked great so well done to Victoria for creating the stunning gown-
A peach colour which looked fab on her buffed, polished and bronzed skin. The silver zip is a lovely addition to the otherwise plain panel dress.
The Girls Aloud singer also Tweeted “How can I still be nervous about red carpets after 10 years.. Eeek! #flutterbies.”
The dress is taken from Victorias Spring Summer 2011 collection and is called the Panelled Waist floor length
She posed for pictures with the fans and signed autographs- Her makeup is the traditional smokey dark eyes, eyelash inserts and lots of bronzer.
Tulisa – the latest ex factor judge wore a modified dress by Vivianne Westwood.
The dress had been shortened and the asymmetrical strap had been equalised and opened to reveal a square top neck- she also added a visible petty coat which brought the dress into Tulisa’s fun and youthful style.
The dress rrp £480.00 Currently on sale on the Viv Westwood website.
The modified version is called Friday Rubens Print Dress and is currently £512.00
Amy Childs the Towie superstar was also at the awards in a modified blue dress by Ultimo Couture the dress is a mixture of the two dresses by the company. The gowns can be purchased from Debenhams believe it or not!