The National Television Award’s red carpet tonight saw the greatest of the small screen rally for to celebrate the best television of 2017.
It is also an opportunity for some of the nation’s most beautiful women to strut their stuff on the red carpet in stunning gowns.
This year it was hard not to notice one eye-popping trend that was embraced with gusto by TV’s women.
The decolletage stole the show tonight, whether it was via sultry sheer panels or low cut gowns.
Mollie King looked demure in a light blue gown, which was sexed up with sheer diamond-shaped panels on the front.
TV presenter and girlfriend of grime artist Stormzy Maya Jama flaunted some serious cleavage in a stunning embellished gown.
Laura Whitmore embraced her masculine side with a tuxedo, baring her chest below by forgoing the traditional shirt.
Soap stars Lucy Fallon and Jorgie Porter wore daringly low-cut dresses too.
Reality star and model Vogue Williams appeared on the arm of her Made in Chelsea bad boy partner Spencer Matthews.
She glowed in a golden gown, which was cut down to the sternum.
Love Island winner Amber Davis showed off serious cleavage in a silver jumpsuit.
Another star that wowed on the red carpet was This Morning’s Holly Willoughby, who wore a stunning Elizabetta Franci gown and Charlotte Olympia shoes.
However, not every star can dazzle on the night.
The NTA’s worst dressed included Kate Price, who looked witch-like in a black textured dress that didn’t seem to fit well over her surgically enhanced bust.
Eastenders actress Lacy Turner, 29, looked bizarre in a bright dress which looked like a pair of Big Mo’s curtains.
This year’s Love Island’s Amber Davies did her best 70s Cher impression with a large permed do and dark eyebrows.