Myleene Klass was shimmering in sequin loveliness as she slipped into a navy gown for a Littlewoods event on Tuesday.
The singer-turned-model-and-designer wowed in the one-shoulder frock, which she paired with a pretty headpiece, as she promoted the Littlewoods Christmas Wishes campaign at London's Southbank.
Myleene gave out presents to young fans at the event, and had tweeted about the bash earlier in the day, writing, "Doing something very special tonight. Giving away Xmas presents and granting wishes as a genie. Watch this space."
But it's not been all about sparkly fashion and the joy of Christmas for Myleene this week; she also became embroiled in a heated debate with Ed Milliband about his plans for a new 'mansion tax' on ITV's The Agenda show.
The Labour party has revealed plans to impose a new tax on properties worth more than £2 million to help fund the ailing NHS.
Myleene let it be clearly known she was not a fan of the idea.
"For me what is so disturbing is the name in its own right – mansion," she said. "So immediately you conjure up in your head these Barbie-esque houses, something like Blake Carrington or Krystle Carrington would live in. But in London, which is where 80Slideshow-124154%