Sheridan Smith goes for 1920s chic while Amanda Holden brings a splash of spring yellow in a backless gown and Billie Piper oozes cocktail glamour at star-studded the Olivier Awards 2017
She was up for her fourth Olivier Award.
And Sheridan Smith showed off her star quality as she arrived at the 2017 ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall in Kensington, London, on Sunday.
The stunning actress turned heads in her 1920s style dress, and was joined by Amanda Holden, 46, who brought sexy back in a yellow gown, and Billie Piper, 34,a who worked classic glamour.
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Lady in red: Sheridan Smith looked every inch the glamorous star as she arrived alongside Amanda Holden who brought sexy back in a yellow gown, and Billie Piper who worked classic glamour at the Olivier Awards at the Royal Albert Hall in Kensington, London, on Sunday
Sheridan, 35, looked radiant and beautiful as she smiled at waiting snappers and mingled with fellow thespians on the red carpet, before losing out on the Best Actress in a Musical prize to Glee star Amber Riley.
The Cilla star draped her toned figure in a raven flapper style dress with intricate, glittery lace tassels detailing around her shoulders.
The sparkly material flowed down to the floor with the diminutive star adding height to her look with a pair of charcoal strappy wedge sandals.
Winning in the fashion stakes! Sheridan, 35, looked radiant and beautiful as she smiled at waiting snappers and mingled with fellow thespians on the red carpet, before losing out on the Best Actress in a Musical prize to Glee star Amber Riley
Leading lady: The Cilla star draped her toned figure in a raven flapper style dress with intricate, glittery lace tassels detailing around her shoulders
Her caramel locks were teased into an elegant Audrey Hepburn inspired chignon with strands delicately framing her face.
Sheridan upped the elegance of her sophisticated look and added sparkle with diamond dropper earrings with a matching cuff.
Meanwhile Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda brought another splash of colour in an asymmetric yellow gown.
Turning heads: Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda brought another splash of colour in an asymmetric yellow gown while Billie accessorised with a star-shaped clutch by Aspinal and with her hair swept up
Cindarella: The sweeping piece accentuated her slender midriff and featured a pretty flower embellishment to the neck
Mellow in yellow: The sweeping piece accentuated her slender midriff and featured a pretty flower embellishment to the neck
The sweeping piece accentuated her slender midriff and featured a pretty flower embellishment to the neck.
Adding a touch of luxury to the backless piece, she accessorised with a huge ruby ring.
And actress Billie Piper upped the classic glamour at the event, donning a fitted strapless black feather-adorned dress by Kolchagovbarba couture.
Classic: Actress Billie Piper brought classic glamour to the event, donning a fitted strapless black feather-adorned dress
Teaming it with a star-shaped clutch and with her hair swept up, the mother-of-two- who split with Laurence Fox last year, looked in good spirits.
And Billie had good reason to be in good spirits, scooping the award for best actress at the Olivier Awards 2017.
Rose Leslie meanwhile stood out thanks to her choice of underwear under her racy red dress.
The pretty corset style top flashed a glimpse of cleavage and her Christian Dior bra underneath.
Showcasing her enviable physique, the multi-layered gown also showed off a cheeky glimpse of her matching girl boxers, and she teamed it with black sparkling peep-toe heels.
Hot couple: Suited Kit Harrington and Rose Leslie made a sizzling couple as they posed together on the red carpet
She posed alongside boyfriend Kit Harington, who looked handsome in a crisp white shirt and black suit and bow tie.The duo- whose on-screen GOT romance ended in season 4, have been coy about their romance.However Kit recently recalled how he fell in love with his co-star, who played the spirited wildling Ygritte, as they filmed season two of the hit HBO series in Iceland.
Lovely lady! Louise Redknapp worked Geisha-chic in a flower embellished black gown, showing off a golden tan
'Because the country is beautiful, because the Northern Lights are magical, and because it was there that I fell in love,' Kit told Vogue Italia.
He added: 'If you're already attracted to someone, and then they play your love interest in the show, it's becomes very easy to fall in love.'
Rose added in a recent interview with This Morning that it was sometimes tricky for the couple to find time to spend together.
'It's kind of an embarrassment of riches whereby both of us are working, it's wonderful to be busy but we make it work, Facetime is a must,' she said of how the two actors stay in touch.
Natural: The flowing piece featured an intricate neckline and she teamed it with a black box clutch, styling her brunette tresses in loose beach waves, she oozed girl-next-door glamour
Winner: Billie had good reason to be in good spirits, scooping the award for best actress at the Olivier Awards 2017 while Rose presented at the prestigious event
Brunettes unite! Charlotte Ritchie and Rose Leslie posed together in the Winner's room
Chic in black: Charlotte Ritchie and Billie Piper opted for classic cocktail glamour
Louise Redknapp was also in in attendance, and worked Geisha-chic in a flower embellished black gown.
The flowing piece featured an intricate neckline and she teamed it with a black box clutch.
Styling her brunette tresses in loose beach waves, she oozed girl-next-door glamour.
Meanwhile Claire Sweeney also opted for a red hot dress, flashing her legs in a slit slashed high on the thigh.
Winners! Noma Dumezweni accepts the award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role and Anthony Boyle accepts the award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for Harry Potter And The Cursed Child at Palace Theatre
Excited: Noma Dumezweni, 47, put on a lively display in her flowing yellow silk gown and edgy boots, worn with Lily Gabriella jewellery
Model behaviour: Michaela Coel looked catwalk-ready in a halterneck frock with a high-low hemline while Christine Jones, winner of the Best Set Design award for "Harry Potter And The Cursed Child", posed in the winners room
(L to R) Tracy-Ann Oberman, Noma Dumezweni, winner of the Best Actress in a Supporting Role for "Harry Potter And The Cursed Child", Anthony Boyle, winner of the Best Actor in a Supporting Role award for "Harry Potter And The Cursed Child", and Amanda Holden pose in the winners room
Winners! (Left) Mark Wigglesworth, winner of the Achievement In Opera award, posed proudly as Paul O'Grady (L) and Julian Clary put on a dapper display
Claire shares Jaxon with her former partner Daniel Reilly, who she split with in June last year, yet is insistent the duo remain close.
She said: 'We're still really good friends, it's so important. Whatever differences you have, I love him and his family and Jaxson can see our friendship.'
Although she is a single mother, Claire revealed she does have help with looking after her son: 'He comes everywhere with me and I do have help. '
Busy lady: Claire recently admitted she felt going back to work six weeks after the birth of her only child was too soon
Dapper: Gary Barlow posed alongside Tim Firth who braved the heat in a black three-piece suit
(Left to right): Rose glammed up in a sheer chiffon red dress, flashing her Christian Dior girl boxers while Jessie Buckley added an oriental touch in a vampy dress embellished with flowers and Nancy Dell'Olio went for nude in a sheer gown, covering her modesty with red adornments
Back at the event Claire was joined by Gary Barlow, who looked dapper in a white tuxedo and black waistcoat.
Gary posed alongside Tim Firth who braved the heat in a black three-piece suit.
And Gary's Let It Shine co-host Amber Riley also put in an appearance in a sequin-encrusted floor-length gown.
The figure-hugging piece showed a glimpse of cleavage, and she teamed it with statement earrings.
Blue dream: The figure-hugging piece showed a glimpse of cleavage, and she teamed it with statement earrings and she was joined by British classical singer Camilla Kerslake who put on busty display in a plunging scarlet gown
Show-stopping: Gary's Let It Shine co-host Amber Riley also put in an appearance in a sequin-encrusted floor-length gown
Sizzling! Showcasing her enviable curves and endless legs, the piece was cinched in at the waist, flaunting her hourglass figure
Legs for days! The former Brookside actress, 45, turned heads in a sizzling red gown slashed high on her thigh
And red appeared to be the favoured colour of the night, with British classical singer Camilla Kerslake putting in a busty display in a plunging scarlet gown.
Showcasing her enviable curves and endless legs, the piece was cinched in at the waist, flaunting her hourglass figure.
Meanwhile Ophelia Lovibond showed off her quirky style in a floor-length chiffon gown embellished with a pussy-bow.
All that glitters! Ruth Wilson went for gold in a ethereal frock with golden embellishments
(Left): Ophelia Lovibond showed off her quirky style in a floor-length chiffon gown embellished with a pussy-bow and former Eastenders star Preeya Kalidas put on a chic display in a silver themed skirt ensemble and sparkling killer heels
Former Eastenders star Preeya Kalidas put on a chic display in a silver themed skirt ensemble and sparkling killer heels.
Bringing a monochrome theme to the mix were Ruth Henshall, Ali Bastian and Haydn Gwynne.
Ruth Henshall worked gothic glamour in a floor-length vampy gown, while Ali Bastian flashed the flesh in a low-cut black and white Bardot dress teamed with a black clutch and patent peep-toe heels.
Mini-stars! The Cast of School of Rock all posed up a storm on the stairs outside the picturesque Royal Albert Hall
Summery: Sarah Boe opted for a brightly-coloured maxi dress and posed with a suited-up Alfie Boe
Sending pulses racing: Camilla Kerslake turned heads in an elegant silk gown with a plunging cleavage
Rock chic: Australian singer Tim Minchin jazzed up his black cocktail suit with his quirky hair
Suave: Russell Tovey looked dapper in a suit and tie while a sequin-wearing Gareth Fry accepts the award for Best Sound Design for Harry Potter And The Cursed Child
Haydn Gwynne brought a more vibrant touch in a nude and black patterned gown cinched in at the waist.
And it was an emotional night of awards.
Billie Piper was in tears when she was announced Best Actress while Harry Potter and the Cursed Child worked its magic to scoop an impressive nine winning titles at the 2017 Olivier Awards on Sunday.
The proud mum - to eight year-old Winston James, and four-year-old Eugene Pip - who played the leading female role thanked her children as she accepted the award.
Classic colours: Joanne Davidson went for a fitted monochrome jersey dress while Sophie Okonedo oozed understated glamour in a patterned long shirt dress
Partner look: Carley Stenson and Danny Mac coordinated their colours in matching black and white ensembles
Standing out: Denise Gough sparkled in a sequin-encrusted yellow gown while Cush Jumbo (L) and Russell Tovey (r) posed in the Winner's Room
Delighted! Some of the winners posed together in the Winner's room at the Olivier Awards
She paid tribute to double Academy Award winner and former Labour MP Glenda Jackson, who she beat to the prize, saying: 'Glenda is so awesome, so I don’t think she minds too much.'
Meanwhile Sheridan Smith - 35, for Funny Girl at the Savoy theatre - lost the Best Actress in a musical title to Amber Riley for Dreamgirls at the same theatre.
The Funny Girl star had dedicated her fourth Olivier Award nomination to her late dad Colin after he died from cancer last year.
Classic: Phoebe Fox oozed elegance in a cream silk trouser suit and pretty drop earrings while Laura Mvula rocked a pretty gold bindi and green contacts in her summery lace Bardot dress
Excitement: The audience settled down inside the Royal Albert Hall as the ceremony got underway
Chic: Claire Moore opted for an asymmetric gold off-the-shoulder dress while Sophie-Louise Dan flaunted her curves in a navy Gothic-inspired piece
Stars in the making: The School Of Rock cast put on a lively display for the cameras
But it was the sold-out West End production of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child that stole the show.
The highly sought after play won an astounding nine awards including best actor, supporting actor and sound.
Nominated for 11 different awards, the J.K Rowling adaption worked its magic on the night.
Jamie Parker was named Best Actor for his role as Harry Potter while Anthony Boyle, as Scorpius Malfoy, and Noma Dumezweni, as Hermione Granger, were named as the best supporting actor and actress respectively.
John Tiffany was announced as the Best Director as the production was named best new Virgin Atlantic play.
Gareth Fry also was credited for best sound, Katrina Lindsay was named for best costume design and Christine Jones scooped Blue-i Theatre Technology award for best set design.
(Left to right) Bringing a monochrome theme to the mix were Ruth Henshall, Ali Bastian and Haydn Gwynne
Cocktail glamour: Ali Bastian and her pal upped the black tie glamour on the night
Star-studded: The cast of 'Dreamgirls' posed for a group shot together on the red carpet
Meanwhile, Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour running at the National Theatre won best comedy.
It tells the coming-of-age story of Catholic girls who arrive in the small town of Edinburgh, Scotland with twenty four hours to kill.
Rotterdam was credited for its excellence as it won the Affiliate Theatre award.
Best opera was handed to the London Coliseum production Akhnaten - which takes audiences back to ancient Egypt as the narrative tells the fate of the Divine ruler in a dramatic three-act show.
Mark Wigglesworth looked very dapper in a black tuxedo complete with a bow tie when he accepted his outstanding achievement in opera Olivier for his role of conducting Don Giovanni and Lulu.
The highly anticipated Oliviers celebrate the best of London theatre, opera and dance.
Afterparty: Claire Sweeney, Sophie McShera and Ophelia Lovibond brought an array of colour to the bash
Suave: Actor Arinze Kene looked dapper in a maroon suit and crisp white shirt
Winner: Tamara Rojo beamed as she posed with her award as Rose Leslie wore a dress the colour of her name
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