This year’s Pride Of Britain Awards may not be the same as usual but the stars have scrubbed up for the special event.
Due to COVID restrictions the ceremony – which airs on ITV at 9pm tonight – will be held virtually.
Winners will have their awards delivered to them instead of attending a ceremony in person.
A number of famous faces have attended The Royal Chelsea Hospital, ahead of the TV show, to film links and to announce the winners and have turned on the glamour.
Ceremony host Carol Vorderman always knows how to stun.
The TV sensation, 59, slipped her age-defying physique into a royal blue gown that featured a sequined bodice and silk skirt.
Carol – who has hosted the awards for 22 years – continued her classy look with a face of glowing make-up and left her golden locks down in a sleek style.
Also turning heads was Holly Willoughby.
The This Morning favourite, 39, who is presenting the This Morning Emergency Services award at the ceremony, slipped her shapely frame into a sexy figure hugging dress.
Holly flashed some flesh thanks to the backless detail of the stunning garment and she completed her red-carpet ensemble by having her hair up – which allowed the bow detail on the fishtail gown to be seen.
She framed her heart-shaped face by teasing a few pieces of hair out around her face and radiated natural beauty with a slick of make-up.
Susanna Reid cut a gorgeous figure in a bright red dress that was embellished with glitzy sequins.
The GMB host, 49, who never fails to pull off a stylish look, posed up a storm outside the venue in the one-shouldered dress.
Knowing how to work the camera, the reporter ensured she showed her best side as she placed her hand on her hip and smiled.
Susanna enhanced her glowing complexion by lining her lips in a pillar box red lipstick and left her brunette locks down.
The Pride of Britian ceremony celebrates the most remarkable achievements by British people who make the world a better place.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expected to make an appearance and have already filmed a segment to thank St Bartholomew’s in London for their work during the pandemic with Good Morning Britain’s Kate Garraway.
The Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards, in partnership with TSB, will be broadcast on tonight at 9pm on ITV.