The gown battles commenced on the red carpet last night where our favourite telly celebs tried to out-dazzle each other in their best frocks at the Bafta Awards.
And it looks like most of them took inspiration from the recent hot spells we’ve been blessed with of late as they donned the brightest of pinks, greens, bold yellows and fire engine reds, with a flash of leg and a glimpse of shoulder here and there.
But who was the fairest of them all?
It was evident that some of the celebs took tips from the latest Spring/Summer 2012 catwalks, with Fearne Cotton, Emilia Fox, Peep Show’s Olivia Coleman, Michelle Keegan and Lydia Bright rocking glistening gold and silver metallic gowns, but with very few of them getting it right.
TV presenter Fearne won the sparkle wars with her floor length gold sequined gown with draped, floaty shoulders, black and gold box clutch bag and a 1940s inspired wavy updo – (minus the shaved sides).
Out of the rainbow coloured clan, Alex Jones of BBC’s The One Show and TV Presenter of Take Me Out The Gossip, Zoe Hardman, lit up the red carpet in their sun yellow frocks, and Holly Willoughby looked every inch the Barbie princess in her bubble-gum pink gown (with a little more cleavage).
Millie Mackintosh of Made in Chelsea established her own style in an effortlessly chic asymmetrical Lanvin number teamed with elegant nude strappy sandals and a matching small box clutch, whislt her beau, Professor Green, looked dashing in a suave indigo suit.
Her co-star Cheska Hull also looked graceful in a floor length bewjewelled blush pink gown embellished with pearls in which she paired with a matching clutch.
All hail MIC!