Laura Whitmore exudes elegance in a showstopping ivory gown as she storms the red carpet at the BAFTAs
She always looked preened to perfection on the red carpet.
And Laura Whitmore stayed true to her fashion credentials on Sunday evening, as she took up presenting duties at the British Academy Film Awards in London.
The stunning Irish presenter, 31, exuded elegance in the showstopping ivory gown, which flaunted her endless legs thanks to a racy thigh-split.
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Stunning: Laura Whitmore, 31, stayed true to her fashion credentials on Sunday evening, as she prepared to take up hosting duties at ritish Academy Film Awards in London
Looking every inch the red carpet queen, Laura looked svelte in the skintight creation, which featured an opulent Bardot neckline.
Further elongating her lean legs, the presenter added some vertiginous nude ankle-strap platforms.
Putting her signature quirky twist on the outfit, Laura added a smattering of 90s-style chokers and eye-catching turquoise rings.
She wore her golden tresses in a sleek middle-parting and plumped her pout with scarlet lipstick.
Glam: She wore her golden tresses in a sleek middle-parting and plumped her pout with scarlet lipstick
Legs for days: The stunning Irish presenter exuded elegance in the showstopping ivory gown, which flaunted her endless legs thanks to a racy thigh-split
Working her angles: The blonde beauty worked her best sultry pout for the cameras
The BAFTAs, hosted by Stephen Fry, will be broadcast on BBC One, with high hopes for Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling's flick La La Land winning big after nabbing 11 nominations.
Amy Adams' two films Nocturnal Animals and Arrival are the closest competitors with nine apiece, and she will face her own battle in the category for Leading Actress for the latter, against Emily Blunt, Meryl Streep and Natalie Portman.
But it's La La Land's high-commended stars Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling that head up the Leading Actress and Leading Actor categories.
Killer accessories: Putting her signature quirky twist on the outfit, Laura added a smattering of 90s-style chokers and eye-catching turquoise rings
Looking every inch the red carpet queen: Laura looked svelte in the skintight creation, which featured an opulent Bardot neckline
Delicate inking: The stunning presenter showed off a subtle tattoo on her foot
Stealing the spotlight: She stood out perfectly in the dazzling ivory gown
The movie tells the story of Mia, [Stone] an aspiring actress, and Sebastian [Gosling], a dedicated jazz musician, struggling to make ends meet while pursuing their dreams in a city known for destroying hopes and breaking hearts.
Though La La Land continues to be the success story of awards season, Best Film nods also go to Arrival, I, Daniel Blake, Manchester By The Sea and Moonlight.
I, Daniel Blake tells the story of a middle aged carpenter who requires state welfare after injuring himself is joined by a single mother in a similar scenario.
Preened to perfection: Laura framed her striking eyes with a sweep of mascara and bronze eyeshadow
Just hanging out! Laura larked around with fellow presenter Zoe Ball on the red carpet
Manchester By The Sea is about an uncle is asked to take care of his teenage nephew after the boy's father dies and covers the relationship between them.
While Manchester By The Sea receives more nods overall, I, Daniel Blake scooped the highest prize at last year's Cannes Film Festival, the prestigious Palme d'Or.
In the Leading Actor category, Ryan could still be beaten by Casey Affleck, Jake Gyllenhaal, Andrew Garfield and Viggo Mortensen.
Ruling the red carpet: Laura certainly took centre-stage at the awards
Having a whale of a tim: The blonde beauty was in high spirits as she presented from the red carpet
Notably, the actor who will supersede Andrew Garfield as Spiderman in 2017, Tom Holland, is also put forward in the EE Rising Star award, this year.
The males recognised in the Best Supporting Actor category this year include, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Dev Patel, Jeff Bridges and Mahershala Ali.
Largely considered the breakout performance of the year, Mahershala's snub at this the Golden Globes sparked an outcry from fans of his film Moonlight.
In the same category, Hugh Grant also follows Meryl's lead with a nod for their film Florence Foster Jenkins, in which he plays St Clair Bayfield, the man tasked with helping a New York heiress to realise her dreams of becoming an opera singer.
Cool, calm and composed: Laura looked every inch the star in her dazzling white outfit
Polished: She made full use of the floor-sweeping train as she strutted her stuff
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