Cheryl Fernandez-Versini quite literally owned the red carpet at the Pride of Britain Awards on Monday night.
A host of stars flocked to the Grosvenor House Hotel for the event, which celebrates the efforts of unsung heroes up and down the country (and has everyone in floods of tears every year).
Cheryl managed to stand out of the crowd even more than usual in a stunning high-neck cobalt blue lace gown with a beautiful long train.
As she turned around she revealed a hint of flesh with a cutout back, revealing the top of her famous rose tattoo.
The amazing dress was designed by MT Costello, which is a collaboration between Project Runway contestant Michael Costello, (loved by Kim Kardashian, Nicole Scherzinger and Beyoncé) and his sister Stephanie.
Cheryl wore her hair long and straight with a soft curl at the bottom, and kept her makeup quite light and neutral. She accessorised her dress with Stephen Webster jewels.
Other stars to attend the bash included Simon Cowell, Frank Lampard and Christine Bleakley, Jamie Oliver, Alesha Dixon, Sir Bruce Forsyth, Myleene Klass, Mary Berry, Paul Hollywood and The Saturdays.
Abbey Clancy was the only other star who really gave Cheryl a run for her money in the show-stealing stakes, looking stunning in a leg-revealing Versus + Anthony Vaccarello dress.
Tenacious teenage cancer victim and fundraiser Stephen Sutton's brave thumbs up in the face of death was posthumously awarded. He aimed to raise £10,000 for the Teenage Cancer Trust and ended up raising £5 million.
Others to receive gongs included two children who protected their mothers and siblings from violent attack - one by a dog, one by a man.
See more pics of Cheryl's style on our gallery below: