Red Carpet Winners At The 2013 Military Awards – tonight saw the 2013 Military Awards being held at the National Maritime Museum in London and as well as red carpet favourites Holly Willoughby and Carol Vorderman we also saw Amy Willerton straight from her recent stint in the jungle on I’m A Celebrity.
Carol Vorderman’s choice of outfit divided opinion as she wore a white Grecian style full-length gown with a bold gold design that ran from her neck down through her cleavage to her hips. Whilst some liked the dramatic look others described it as a little odd and it certainly looked like she had been inspired by Elizabeth Taylor’s performance in 60’s blockbuster Cleopatra.
Someone who had only positive comments about their red carpet choice was curvy Queen of Cleavage, Holly Willoughby, who wore a stylish red gown designed by Suzanne Neville that featured a plunging neckline to show off that famous fashion accessory of hers.
Holly is a big fan of Suzanne Neville’s and has often worn her designs. In fact, the famous black lace number she wore on The Voice when she was the focus of criticism for showing more cleavage in an attempt to boost the show’s flagging ratings, was a Neville creation.
21-year old model and former beauty queen Amy Willerton must have almost come to the event straight from the airport after her recent return from the jungle but you couldn’t have guessed that she had little time to prepare for the event. She wore a beautiful long white gown that featured a lace design and she looked a world away from her shorts and t-shirt look of the past few weeks.
Another winner on tonight’s red carpet was Myleene Klass who wore a shorter green and black printed dress that featured a cheeky semi see-through top section that offered a glimpse of the presenter’s white bra.
The Military Awards are sponsored by The Sun newspaper and pay tribute to the men and women of the British armed services. There are a number of awards for achievements over the last 12 months in various categories such as Best Unit and Overcoming Adversity.
You can see highlights of the evening on ITV1 on Monday 15 December at 9pm.