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Louise Redknapp pays homage to the 80s in a polka dot mini dress with puffball sleeves

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Louise Redknapp looked sensational in a leggy mini dress as she attended the Attitude Awards at London’s Roundhouse on Wednesday evening. 

The 46-year-old singer donned an 80s style black and white polka dot number which boasted shoulder pads and ruched detailing. 

She completed the ensemble with sheer black tights and slip on Yves Saint Laurent heels. 

Looking good: Louise Redknapp looked sensational in a leggy mini dress as she attended the Attitude Awards at London's The Roundhouse on Wednesday evening

Looking good: Louise Redknapp looked sensational in a leggy mini dress as she attended the Attitude Awards at London’s The Roundhouse on Wednesday evening

Her blonde locks were tied into an effortlessly chic up-do with her fringe falling down to frame her flawlessly made-up visage. 

Louise carried a black leather clutch and a paper goodie bag in her hand as she stepped into a waiting taxi after the ceremony. 

She was in high spirits at the star-studded affair as she posed with pal Myleene Klass. 

Myleene wore an attention grabbing black and gold paisley suit and a black clutch bag.    

Wow: The 46-year-old singer donned an 80s style black and white polka dot number which boasted shoulder pads and ruched detailing

Wow: The 46-year-old singer donned an 80s style black and white polka dot number which boasted shoulder pads and ruched detailing

Stunning: Stepping out of the London event, she completed the ensemble with sheer tights and slip on black Yves Saint Laurent heels

Chic: She always manages to pull off stylish ensembles

Stunning: Stepping out of the London event, she completed the ensemble with sheer tights and slip on black Yves Saint Laurent heels

Amazing: Her blonde locks were tied into an effortlessly chic up-do with her fringe falling down to frame her flawlessly made-up visage

Amazing: Her blonde locks were tied into an effortlessly chic up-do with her fringe falling down to frame her flawlessly made-up visage

Radiant: Louise was a vision of beauty as she posed for snaps at the event

 Radiant: Louise was a vision of beauty as she posed for snaps at the event 

Pals: She looked in high spirits at the star-studded affair as she posed with  Myleene Klass - who an attention grabbing black and gold paisley suit

Pals: She looked in high spirits at the star-studded affair as she posed with  Myleene Klass – who an attention grabbing black and gold paisley suit 

The Attitude Awards are in their tenth year and comedian Tom Allen returned as host on Wednesday night following last year’s virtual ceremony. 

The Attitude Awards showcase the very best of the global LGBTQ community and  gives a platform to role models while supporting the Attitude Magazine Foundation, which raises money for LGBT causes. 

Musical theatre star Elaine Paige, 73, was given the honorary gay prize on the night while television presenter and I’m A Celeb star Adele Roberts, 47, was given the broadcast prize. 

Elsewhere the hugely-popular Netflix series Sex Education was named as the winner of the Gamechanger award.  

Good cause: The Attitude Awards showcase the very best of the global LGBTQ community and gives a platform to role models while supporting the Attitude Magazine Foundation

Good cause: The Attitude Awards showcase the very best of the global LGBTQ community and gives a platform to role models while supporting the Attitude Magazine Foundation 

Hosting: Louise seemed chirpy at the Attitude Awards - which are in their tenth year and saw comedian Tom Allen return as host

Hosting: Louise seemed chirpy at the Attitude Awards – which are in their tenth year and saw comedian Tom Allen return as host 

Attendees were treated to musical performances from Steps, Elaine Paige and RuPaul’s Drag Race UK star Bimini on the night.   

Pop band Steps – consisting of Lee Latchford-Evans, Claire Richards, Lisa Scott-Lee, Faye Tozer and Ian ‘H’ Watkins – were honoured with the Icon Award, while actor Ben Aldridge won in the television category.

Actor Billy Porter picked up the Man of the Year prize, while Channel 4 series It’s A Sin won the Inspiration Award.

Drag queen Bimini Bon Boulash won the style prize, actor Chella Man won the hero award and West End star Max Harwood won the breakthrough award for his role in the musical Everybody’s Talking About Jamie.  

Going home! Louise carried a black leather clutch and a black goodie bag in her hand as she stepped into a waiting taxi after the ceremony

Going home! Louise carried a black leather clutch and a black goodie bag in her hand as she stepped into a waiting taxi after the ceremony 

Sitting pretty: Louise ran her hands through her hair as she relaxed in the back of a black cab

Sitting pretty: Louise ran her hands through her hair as she relaxed in the back of a black cab  

Darren Styles OBE, Publisher and Managing Director of Attitude magazine, said: ‘We created the Attitude Awards to showcase the very best of the global LGBTQ community – to give a platform to those role models who demonstrate so clearly that who you are, or how you identify, is no barrier to what you might become.

‘Consequently, we pride ourselves on attracting the very best talent both for the benefit of the show on the night and those with whom we share in print, digital, online or social formats.

‘Our headliners and host for 2021 are no exception – everyone’s favourite pop supergroup and a man who’s on telly every time you turn it on! We are delighted to have Steps headline our show, and to have Tom Allen steer our winners into safe harbour, and can’t wait to share another incredible evening.’ 

A special edition of Attitude magazine featuring interviews with this year’s crop of winners is published on Wednesday October 7.

Publication: A special edition of Attitude magazine featuring interviews with this year's crop of winners is published on Wednesday October 7

Publication: A special edition of Attitude magazine featuring interviews with this year’s crop of winners is published on Wednesday October 7

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