Olivia Attwood put on a very leggy display at the National Television Awards on Thursday, as she risked an awkward run-in with her ex Chris Hughes who is also in attendance at the event.
The former Love Island star, 30, looked sensational in the ensemble which boasted a sheer minidress at the front and a ruffled black chiffon skirt at the back.
She elongated her slender pins with pink heels with shining diamond bows on them as she posed for photos at the event which is being held at the O2 Arena in London.
Beauty: Olivia Attwood put on a very leggy display at the National Television Awards on Thursday, as she risked an awkward run-in with her ex Chris Hughes who is also in attendance at the event
Her blonde bob was styled in a wet look and hung around her shoulders in natural waves.
The reality star’s make up was done flawlessly, complete with a layer of foundation, winged eyeliner, and false lashes.
Olivia accessorised with a flurry of diamond rings on her fingers as she posed for photos with footballer boyfriend Bradley Dack.
Olivia’s Love Island ex Chris Hughes, 28, was also on the red carpet, three years after their acrimonious split.
He looked dapper in a suit as he posed at the event.
She previously looked stunning in some snaps at Canary Wharf ahead of gracing the red carpet.
Wow! Olivia Attwood, 30, put on a very leggy display in a black sheer gown ahead of the star-studded National Television Awards on Thursday
Awkward: Olivia’s Love Island ex Chris Hughes, 28, was also on the red carpet, three years after their acrimonious split
Amazing: She elongated her slender pins with pink heels with shining diamond bows on them as she posed for photos as she posed for photos with footballer boyfriend Bradley Dack
Joel Dommett will be hosting this years awards for the first time.
This year, more streamed shows have been nominated than ever before, with Netflix period romp Bridgerton and making the Best New Drama list while After Life and Sex Education scored slots on the Comedy list.
It’s a Sin, Des and Normal People joined Bridgerton on the New Drama short-list while Line of Duty, The Crown, Call the Midwife and Unforgotten made up the Returning Drama category.
The Drama Performance category sees Line of Duty stars Adrian Dunbar, Martin Compston and Vicky McClure in contention for the prize, alongside Olly Alexander for It’s a Sin and David Tennant for Des.
Gorgeous: Previously, she had posed for photos at Canary Wharf ahead of the red carpet, where her blonde bob was styled in a wet look and hung around her shoulders in natural waves
Stunner: The reality star’s make up was done flawlessly, complete with a layer of foundation, winged eyeliner, and false lashes
The NTAs have also announced a brand new category, Authored Documentary, which sees Kate Garraway’s moving feature, Kate Garraway: Finding Derek nominated for its warts-and-all account of her husband Derek Draper’s coronavirus battle.
Finding Derek has been short-listed alongside Marcus Rashford: Feeding Britain’s Children, Katie Price: Harvey and Me, Rob Burrow: My Year with MND and Roman Kemp: Our Silent Emergency.
Elsewhere, The Masked Singer has been nominated for its first NTA, with the madcap singing competition facing a battle with I’m A Celebrity… Get me Out of Here!, RuPaul’s Drag Race and Strictly Come Dancing for the Talent Show award.
Looking good: Olivia accessorised with a flurry of diamond rings on her fingers
Host with the most: Joel Dommett will be hosting this years awards for the first time
Soaps Emmerdale, Coronation Street, EastEnders and Hollyoaks are up for Best Serial Drama.
Ant and Dec bagged their 20th award nomination in a row for TV Presenter, with Piers Morgan and This Morning’s Holly Willoughby and Alison Hammond also in contention as well as Bradley Walsh.
A quartet of stand-out actors are up for Serial Drama Performance, including Coronation Street’s Mollie Gallagher and Sally Carman and EastEnders’ Danny Dyer not to mention Hollyoaks’ Billy Price.
New host Joel recently admitted he is ‘honoured’ to have been selected to front the spectacle.
He said in a statement: ‘It’s a huge honour to be hosting the NTAs this year! It still feels like someone has made a wonderful error.
‘I really, really love TV and can’t wait to celebrate the best stuff from what’s been a very weird year or so.’
The comedian also joked he is hoping The Masked Singer will be successful on the night so he can present himself with a prize.
Made the cut: Line of Duty, It’s A Sin and Bridgerton have made the short-list for the forthcoming awards
Nominated: It’s A Sin, starring Years & Years frontman Olly Alexander (centre) is up for an award, with the actor also securing a best drama performance nod
He quipped: ‘I’m also really hoping The Masked Singer wins something so I can present an award to myself. That’s a creative narcissist’s dream.’
NTA’s Executive Producer Kim Turberville added: ‘We are so excited to be back to celebrate a remarkable TV year like no other. There is a wealth of great television to recognise and we are delighted to have Joel at the helm.
‘With his wit and natural charisma, he’ll definitely be bringing a fresh approach to this year’s awards.’
Earlier this year, it was announced the NTAs, which usually takes place in January, had been rescheduled for September 9, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Kim said at the time: ‘The NTAs will return to The O2 London in September to mark the UK’s best, boldest and most beloved TV shows with a surprise-packed event – and we look forward to seeing you on the night for a celebration like no other.’
New award: The NTAs have also announced a brand new category, Authored Documentary, which sees Kate Garraway’s moving feature, Kate Garraway: Finding Derek nominated for its warts-and-all account of her husband Derek Draper’s coronavirus battle
NATIONAL TELEVISION AWARDS 2021: THE NOMINEES
Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins
The Great British Bake Off
The Great British Sewing Bee
It’s A Sin
Britain’s Got Talent
RuPaul’s Drag Race UK
Strictly Come Dancing
The Masked Singer
In the race? The Masked Singer faces stiff competition in the Talent Show category
Kate Garraway: Finding Derek
Katie Price: Harvey and Me
Marcus Rashford: Feeding Britain’s Children
Rob Burrow: My Year With MND
Roman Kemp: Our Silent Emergency
Duo: Katie Price: Harvey and Me is up for best Authored Documentary
Call the Midwife
Line of Duty
Ant and Dec
Caroline Flack: Her Life and Death
Gordon, Gino and Fred: American Road Trip
Paul O’Grady: For the Love of Dogs
Adrian Dunbar, Ted Hastings, Line of Duty
David Tennant, Dennis Nilsen, Des
Martin Compston, Steve Arnott, Line of Duty
Olly Alexander, Ritchie Tozer, It’s A Sin
Vicky McClure, Kate Fleming, Line of Duty
The Bruce Forsyth Entertainment Award
Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway
I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!
The Graham Norton Show
Could they win? Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway is up for a prize
Serial Drama Performance
Billy Price, Sid Sumner, Hollyoaks
Danny Dyer, Mick Carter, EastEnders
Mollie Gallagher, Nina Lucas, Coronation Street
Sally Carman, Abi Franklin, Coronation Street
Quiz Game Show
Beat the Chasers
In For A Penny
Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel
Emile John, Ethan Anderson, Emmerdale
Jude Riordan, Sam Blakeman, Coronation Street
Olivia D’Lima, Paramedic Fenisha Khatri, Casualty
Rhiannon Clements, Summer Ranger, Hollyoaks
Rose Ayling-Ellis, Frankie Lewis, EastEnders
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The Repair Shop
Friday Night Dinner
The Vicar of Dibley