Ulrika Jonsson puts on a VERY animated display as she poses in a little black dress at the Who Cares Wins awards
She is always up for a laugh.
And Ulrika Jonsson played along with photographers at the Who Cares Wins awards as she pulled some incredibly animated poses.
The television presenter, 54, left onlookers in hysterics while maintaining a chic figure in a black midi dress for the event at The Roundhouse in Camden, London on Tuesday.
Scream and shout! She didn’t care what anyone had to say about her that evening, when she appeared to scream at the photographers at the event
Chic: Ulrika Jonsson, 54, mastered the subtle art of not caring, whilst maintaining a chic figure in a black midi dress at the Who Cares Wins awards in Camden, London
The mother-of-four looked stunning in the mid-length dress, which boasted puff-sleeves, a tie-waist and dropped ruffle hem.
She stepped out in a pair of nude court heels, while she carried her essentials in a shiny gold purse.
The blonde beauty tied back her tresses into a sleek low ponytail with a centre parting, while she chose a full-face of makeup for the occasion.
Stepping out: She stepped out in a pair of nude court heels, while she carried her essentials in a shiny gold purse
Having fun: She seemed to be having a good time at the awards ceremony, sharing a few laughs and smiles after screaming her heart out
The Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins contender accessorised with a slew of gold jewellery, including a layered necklace and large hoop earrings.
The Swedish-British native seemed to be having a good time at the awards ceremony, sharing a few laughs and smiles after screaming her heart out.
The Who Cares Wins awards celebrates people who have looked after the nation, especially in these trying times.
Celebration: The Who Cares Wins awards celebrates people who have looked after the nation, especially in these trying times
The categories include: 999 Hero, Best Charity, Best Doctor, Best Midwife, Best Nurse, Ground breaking Pioneer, Mental Health Hero, National Lottery Award, Ultimate lifesaver, Unsung Hero and Young Hero.
The National Lottery and NHS Charities Together have teamed up to sponsor the event in Camden.
This year, the awards are honouring the late Caroline Flack by naming an award in her honour.
Although the award is taking place on Tuesday night, it will be shown on Channel 4 on Sunday at 7.30pm – with Davina McCall hosting the show.
Ulrika’s outing comes after she was forced to withdraw from Celebrity SAS two weeks ago after medical experts stepped in.
The weather presenter had struggled to recover after getting mild hypothermia on the first challenge which saw the stars have to swim ashore and run up the mountainous terrain in Scotland with rucksacks on their back.
Withdraw: Her outing comes as Ulrika was forced to withdraw from Celebrity SAS two weeks ago after medical experts stepped in