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Our Favourite Frocks From The National Television Awards Red Carpet

27/01/2011 13:56 | Updated 22 May 2015

From Cheryl Cole's super-tight Versace to Fearne Cotton's fashion forward red carpet style, take a look at some of our favourite looks from last night's National Television Awards.

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Red Carpet Report: National Television Awards

Ms Cole vamped it up to the nines in her bandage Versace dress and glossy red lips.

Red Carpet Report: National Television Awards

The Strictly star showed off her fabulous figure in this black Stephane St Jaymes number.

Red Carpet Report: National Television Awards

We love this colour on Davina, but we're not convinced that the super-tight style does her many favours...

Red Carpet Report: National Television Awards

Fearne rocked a Hannah Marshall velvet dress and blazer for a laid back red carpet ensemble.

Red Carpet Report: National Television Awards

Holly showed off her baby bump in style with this bespoke empire-line dress by Suzanne Neville.

Red Carpet Report: National Television Awards

While the other mums-to-be on the red carpet stuck to black, Myleene refused to fade into the background with this lemon grecian gown.

Red Carpet Report: National Television Awards

It was back to the 60s for Emma, with her beehive and lacy LBD.

Red Carpet Report: National Television Awards

We don't write about this lady very often, but credit where credit's due, Kerry pulled out the stops last night in this blue asymmetric dress.

Red Carpet Report: National Television Awards

The Daybreak star dazzled in royal blue silk, accessorising her look with Frank Lampard on her arm.

Red Carpet Report: National Television Awards

Heidi kept it chic and understated in her black lace embellished gown. Dave's scarf-tucked-under-blazer combo is less pleasing.

Red Carpet Report: National Television Awards

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