HOLLY Willoughby showed off her sensational curves in a black ballgown as she presented a Pride of Britain award.
Holly, 39, wowed in a strapless dress for the bash, which celebrates the achievements of remarkable people who make the world a better place.
The This Morning presenter slipped into a floor-length dress that clung to her curves, accentuating her hourglass frame.
The fishtail gown featured a gorgeous bow at the nape of her neck and a splash of sparkle on the back, with Holly posing for photos at home.
Holly teased the Pride of Britain awards on Instagram today as she captioned her photo: "Tonight on @itv it’s the best awards of them all… @prideofbritain … honoured to be asked to present @thismorning emergency services award… see you at 9 pm tonight."
The star was flooded with compliments, and one adoring fan said: "This looks absolutely stunning."
Another fan penned: "🌈❤️Ooosh that tooosh"
This year the Pride of Britain Awards are still going ahead, but due to the pandemic, the awards will be slightly different.
The ceremony airs tonight at 9pm on ITV with Captain Sir Tom Moore honoured at the annual bash.
However, current coronavirus-related rules mean winners will not be able to attend an actual ceremony.
Instead, a series of stars have been surprising winners all over the country for the most ambitious Pride of Britain show yet.
The winners will then be announced during the show, with videos of them accepting their gongs broadcast to the UK.
National treasure Carol Vorderman will once again be taking on the hosting honours.
However she will be doing it from her home, via videolink.
Speaking about this Carol told The Mirror: "It will be strange and that’s why I know I’ll be in absolute buckets. I’ll be a wreck. I’m really sad I can’t be with everybody.
"I would have been quite happy going round and spending two months giving out all of the awards myself. But that’s not the best programme and I’m not allowed to do that.
“Normally I see everybody and go and meet people during the year, privately, not for the telly."
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