British Soap Awards stars steal the show in the most outrageous outfits
The stars all got into their glad rags for the British Soap Awards 2019 but there were some who went the extra mile to stand out on the red carpet.
The most famous faces from the world of soap faced the cameras outside Salford’s Lowry Theatre tonight, where the awards show is being broadcast on ITV.
There were plenty of stylish frocks on display, but stars including Tallia Storm and Chelsee Healey really pushed the boat out.
Tallia Storm looked sensational in a massive blue frilly frock.
The piece was backless so she still managed to show some flesh, but she totally stole the show when she floated down the red carpet.
Another star who knew how to keep all eyes on her was Chelsee Healey, who wore an incredible black plunging gown.
Although she kept it classy in black, Chelsee couldn't resit bringing some sex appeal to the show.
Hollyoaks star Ruby O'Donnell wore a bizarre feathery dress which seemed to be held together with a belt.
The actress looked gorgeous as she pushed the boundaries of red carpet style.
Emmerdale star Isabel Hodgins also went full on high fashion for the red carpet in a large pink dress.
It looked properly haute couture but we're not sure how she was planning to sit down in it?
Rachel Adedeji looked incredible as she went into full regal mode – she wore a stunning gold necklace with a printed dress that made her look like a true princess.
Another Hollyoaks star who pushed the boat out tonight was Jessica Fox, who wore a cure plaful dress complete with black bustier and white sheer shirt.
EastEnders and Hollyoaks led the way on the nomination front, while Coronation Street was the big winner at the 20th anniversary event in 2018.
The awards are being hosted by Phillip Schofield live from Salford’s Lowry Theatre and the show is being broadcast on ITV.
Many of the awards are being decided by a public vote while others categories are decided by a panel of industry experts.
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