Susanna Reid, 48, couldn’t be missed at the Royal Festival Hall in London as she wowed in a black, sheer gown.
The Good Morning Britain presenter opted for an extravagant dress which featured a sheer design on her torso.
The see-through fabric allowed Susanna to showcase her assets, as she went without a traditional bra.
Susanna risked a major wardrobe malfunction in the stunning number as her modesty was covered with a flower design on her dress.
Her garment fell to the floor in pleats of black netting, exposing her black heels underneath.
Susanna styled her brunette locks into a chic updo, with some strands of hair framing her face.
The star, who co-hosts alongside Piers Morgan, added some colour to her look with a red lipstick.
Susanna oozed confidence as she posed in front of the media before heading inside the ceremony.
The TV favourite’s Good Morning Britain co-hosts, Kate Garraway and Charlotte Hawkins, also attended the event.
Kate pulled out all the stops on the night in an incredible red gown which boasted a keyhole cut-out.
Her halterneck dress featured silver beading around her neck and fell to the floor in a billowing design.
While newsreader, Charlotte, 43, went for an equally as daring outfit in a strapless, embellished frock.
All eyes were on the former Strictly Come Dancing contestant thanks to the plunging neckline.
Charlotte showed off her cleavage in the daring dress, which forced her to go braless.
As well as putting her assets on show, the blonde beauty also flashed plenty of leg.
Charlotte’s number boasted a thigh-high split, exposing her very slender pins.
The Good Morning Britain stars posed with the rest of the their team, including Laura Tobin and Ben Shepherd, on the red carpet.
The show is up for award on the night in the News Coverage category for their specials on knife coverage and for their Thomas Markle exclusive interview.
They face competition from BBC 2 Newsnight’s Bullying and Harassment in the House of Commons and Channel 4’s Cambridge Analytics Uncovered.
The BAFTA TV Awards 2019 airs tonight on BBC One at 8pm.