Emma Willis looked stunning as she showcased her toned abs while attending the ITV Autumn Entertainment Launch.

The presenter, 46, sported dark orange leather trousers, an orange blazer jacket and a brown croptop.

Emma was certainly glowing as she flashed a beaming smile while wearing light makeup and gold accessories. She also rocked a chic ponytail hairstyle.

Other familiar faces who attended the event at White City House were Emma's fellow The Voice stars Olly Murs, Anne-Marie and Sir Tom Jones.

The eleventh series of The Voice will be airing on Saturday 3 September on ITV.

Emma, who hosts the show, previously spoke about how hard it was to console people in the pandemic after they didn't pass their auditions.

Due to the Covid rules, Emma wasn't allowed to hug contestants.

She said last year: "In the blinds [auditions], it's the families I can't console but in the battles it's them [the contestants], two metres away from me.

"I feel really bad for them obviously and I carry the guilt of them not going through."

She added: "I just kept going 'virtual hugs' but I'm sure in the gallery they're probably going, 'Stop bl***y saying virtual hugs."

Speaking about the upcoming series, Emma told The Sun: "At the centre of everything I do is real people. The subject matter might be different – whether it’s singing or babies – but it’s people-centred care.

“That’s what you do in a hospital and that’s what I do on The Voice.”

Sir Tom Jones, Olly Murs, Will.i.am and Anne-Marie will all be returning as coaches on the judging panel.

The show will also be including a new round called The Callbacks.

Emma said: "There is enough doom and gloom in the world so on a Saturday night, when you’re sitting down with your family, you need to see something that’s uplifting, fun and enjoyable.

“Even though it still has its serious moments, it also brings a lot of fun and light.”

Anne-Marie also opened up about how she overcame imposter syndrome while coaching on the series.

She told The Sun: "For the whole of last year I was going through a process.

“And it was almost like this ­experience was helping me, as well as the people on the competition. By the end of the show I was like, oh wow, I do have knowledge, I do have stuff to give to people.

“So I know that I deserve to be here.”

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