Holly Willoughby blew away her Instagram followers with an incredible gown for the ITV gala last night (9 November), sharing a snap of herself on the social media platform before things got messy.
The 36-year-old sent fans wild with her sexy yet sophisticated black tuxedo gown, which featured a plunging neckline, thigh split and halter-neck design, oozing vintage glamour vibes.
Marking a stark contrast from her daytime appearances, Willoughby rocked a different hairdo to usual with her hair slicked back in a trendy wet-look style. She kept her make-up flawless and bronzy and accessorised the evening look with strappy black sandals and a pair of diamond drop earrings for extra glamour.
The This Morning presenter went all out for the evening look, with the dress from designer brand Pallas Paris retailing at an eye-watering £1,995.
She captioned the Instagram shot: "And it's off to the @itvgala we go! Excited to see the family all together... dress by @PallasParis and thank you to @boodlesjewellery #hwstyle✨thank you @firmdale_hotels #hamyard for the most beautiful room to get ready in! Xxx"
The mother of three's fans didn't hold back on the snap, with one telling her: "Holly you always look stunning x", as another said: "Stunning and classy as always x".
A third added: "Omg you look like a Sharon stone !!! So beautiful ".
Willoughby was later seen exiting the bash looking a little bleary-eyed with the liked of Kym Marsh and Lisa Snowdon.
The star has been garnering quite a lot of attention in recent months for her dramatic weight loss, which she has been enjoying with regular social media snapshots of her daily outfits.
Willoughby, a known fan of pilates, is famous for keeping quiet about her body and weight, but recently admitted on Lorraine how she has been able to work on her physique after having three children.
She said: "I think you sort of get – the children are a little bit older, so I've got a little bit more time for myself.
"And I'm always one of those people that if you feel happy and healthy that's all that matters."