BBC Breakfast presenter Naga Munchetty commanded attention as she ditched her usually demure look for a plunging black gown for a red carpet appearance.
Naga, 46, looked gorgeous as she attended the Ethnicity Awards 2021 on Friday evening at a Marriott Hotel in Grosvenor Square in a racy black dress.
The TV host stole the show in the daringly plunging gown which featured long sleeves and a cinched waist, showing off her gym-honed figure.
Naga also showed a glimpse of her toned legs and glittering heels as the dress also boasted a daring thigh split.
She added a poppy badge to the dress, securing it to the waist of the dress and added red lipstick to match.
The TV star finished the look off with styled hair and simple but elegant make-up as she smiled for the cameras at the glitzy event.
She was joined by a number of other stars, including Alex Scott, Chris Kamara, Fleur East ad EastEnders star Nina Wadia.
Alex opted for a stylish black blazer dress, showing off her toned legs on the red carpet as she struck a number of poses for the waiting cameras.
The awards ceremony, which celebrates talent and equal opportunity, regardless of race or ethnicity, was a smash success, with Little Mix singer Leigh-Anne Pinnock bagging an award for her TV special exploring racism, which aired back in May.
Leigh-Anne accepted the Ethnicity Award for Race, Pop and Power, telling her fans that the "hard work doesn't stop here".
She added: "This is an incredible award and I want to thank my amazing fans who are so supportive and inspire me everyday to wake up and keep fighting for change.
"Thank you for the amazing contributors to the documentary who shared their stories – the film would be nothing without you.
"In the words of Dawn Butler 'when the history books are written, what's going to be said next to your name?'."
BBC Breakfast airs weekdays at 6am on BBC.
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