The stars were out in full force as the 2022 Television and Radio Industries Club Awards took place in London’s Grosvenor House on Wednesday.
Several celebrities showed up in their most striking ensembles as they arrived for the event, bringing plenty of colour to the carpet as they posed for pictures.
This Morning star Holly Willoughby, 41, looked positively refreshing in a blush pink maxi dress with an oversized collar and pleated details.
The host kept her monochrome look going as she accessorised her outfit with a matching-coloured handbag and similar-toned make-up.
Standing out in a bolder shade of pink, Kate Garraway wore a shiny satin blouse featuring a large tied collar that she tucked into a pair of matching wide-leg trousers and a pair of matching heels.
Rochelle Humes, 33, also courted attention on arrival as she joined equally stylish husband Marvin Humes.
She wore a camel-coloured dress that was held together by big gold clasps at the chest.
The striking design had a cut-out in the middle and she paired the dress with tan brown boots and a matching handbag,
Rochelle wore her dark brown hair in a half-up half-down style and complimented her ensemble with her makeup.
Marvin, 37, looked dapper next to his wife as he wore a dark pink suit with a black T-shirt underneath and added a silver chain to elevate the smart look.
Good Morning Britain host Susanna Reid stood out in white at the awards as she wore a fitted blazer dress.
The 51-year-old beamed as she made her way inside sporting a pair of matching suede heels and had her hair styled in flicked-out waves.
Claire Sweeney attended the awards in show-stopping orange.
Sweeney rocked a one-shoulder satin jumpsuit with gold platform heels and a matching clutch.
Orange was the favoured colour of the evening.
Katie Piper was seen also sporting the colour in a flattering suit along with Ruth Langsford who wore the shade as a blazer.
Other celebrities in attendance at the awards were Alex Jones, Loose Women panellists Denise Welch and Charlene White as well as Phillip Schofield, Eamonn Holmes, Vanessa Feltz and Charlotte Hawkins.