Lea Michelle, one of the stars of the popular television show Glee, made heads turns when she appeared on the blue carpet at the Do Something Awards ceremony in Santa Monica, California.
The 25 year old American actress and singer looked stunning in an off-white Giorgio Armani sleeveless creation with a plunging ruffled neckline, an open back, central slit and high-low hem with more ruffles. The ensemble was completed with a pair of strappy Jenni Kayne snakeskin sandals, matching accessories (a metallic Fendi clutch and Samira 13 jewels), minimal make-up and a simple hairdo - wavy curls. She was joined on the carpet by beau and co-star Cory Monteith, who opted for a grey shirt, tie and waistcoast with rugged denims.
"Thanks to @giorgioarmani @JenniKayne @Fendi @Samira13 for all of the gorgeous pieces tonight for @msleamichele for the Do Something Awards!" her stylist Estee Stanley tweeted.
The couple were present to receive their awards - the Do Something male and female TV Stars - from the Do Something organisation. An excited Michele took to her Twitter account to share her delight at the award.
"So excited to have just won a DO SOMETHING AWARD!!!! Thank you to everyone at VH1 and @dosomething!!" Michele tweeted, and then later posted: "Thank you to all of my amazing, incredible, loyal and FABULOUS fans who voted for me!!! Love you guys!!!"
Meanwhile, E! News anchor Giuliana Rancic, who was also at the gala event, looked timeless in a peach strapless mini and completed the look with matching clutch and pumps. She won Best Style, beating out Nicki Minaj, Ricky Martin, Heidi Klum, Nicole Richie and Cindy Crawford.
Also present was Ashley Greene, from the Twilight series of films, who wore a Michael Kors patterned sleeveless frock with a gold python belt and sported a matching Vivier clutch, a ring and Giuseppe Zanotti black peep-toes.
Other celebrities present at the event included actress and director Sophia Bush, actress and model Olivia Munn, singer-songwriter Keke Palmer, Kelly Osbourne, Nikki Reed and Bella Thorne. American women's football star Hope Solo won Best Athlete, Will.i.am was the Do Something Music Artist, Joel McHale Best Comedian and Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon Best Couple.
The grand prize winner ($100,000) was won by Katie Gomez, for her work on Educate2Envision. The hosts for the event were New Girl stars Jake Johnson, Max Greenfield and Lamorne Morris.