Give us a twirl Kelly… Ms. Brook displays her enviable legs in a tutu style dress at the 2012 Bafta Television Awards
09:41 GMT, 28 May 2012
This week Kelly Brook showed off several looks when she touched almost every event at the 65th Cannes Film Festival.
But now back from the French Riviera the model has taken on another look from her ever expanding wardrobe and decided to show off her inner ballerina as she stepped onto the red carpet at the 2012 Bafta Television Awards.
Brook stunned in Chantilly lace dress by Jacques Azagury which had embroidered tulle and beads over a nude bodice with a pleated layered skirt and nude organza petticoat.
Black swan: Kelly Brook stuns at the 2012 Bafta Television Awards at the Royal Festival Hall in London
She teamed the dress with a pair of navy and cream strappy open toe heels and a navy clutch bag.
Keeping her makeup to a minimum, the 32-year-old wore her long brunette hair up in a messy yet classic bun.
Kelly accessorised with a pair of large sliver drop earrings and she wore a diamond band on her ring finger.
Absolutely beautiful: The 32-year-old smiled for the cameras as she showed off her Jacques Azagury dress
Back from Cannes: Kelly who recently enjoyed the Cannes Film Festival announced that she'd be launching another fashion line for New Look this week on Twitter
Happy to be slipping into her lovely dress the brunette took to her Twitter account to tell her followers what she would be wearing.
Her tweet read, 'Wearing Jaques Azagury tonight #Bafta' but more exciting the model revealed news that she would be launching her new fashion range for New Look.
She tweeted, 'My KellyBrook for New Look Fashion line is launching this week! I'm so excited I hope you love it feedback please x'
Television's finest: Emily Atack, Katherine Kelly and Natalie Gumede all wowed on the red carpet in black gowns
Glittering in gold: Scottish television presenter Jenni Falconer looked demure in a floor length dress
Also stepping out in a black dress, the star of the Inbetweeners, Emily Atack wowed in a sequined floor length gown.
The 22-year-old also wore her hair back in a bun but unlike Brook her hair was down a little lower and parted to the side.
Looking forward to the red carpet event, she tweeted, 'Here we go! #baftas #everyonelooksfit'.
Leading the way for the EastEnders' cast: Jacqueline Jossa stepped out in a champagne gown
Coronation Street's Nataile Gumede showed off her slim figure in a lace dress which braved a thigh high split and she added a splash of colour to her look with lashings of scarlet lipstick.
The actress, 28, who plays Kirsty Soames in the popular soap was another star who showed her enthusiasm for the award ceremony on Twitter.
As she made her way into London for the event she posted a tweet to the micro blogging site that read, 'Bag is packed for @BAFTA! Excited!'
More champagne: Emilia Fox and Sheridan Smith also wore pale beige dresses to the Bafta TV Awards 2012
Adding a splash of colour: Former Coronation Street actress Suranne Jones, Alex Jones and Zoe Hardman brought a bit colour to the Union Jack themed red carpet with their dresses
Jenni Falconer dazzled in a gold gown which swept the red carpet as she wore her short blonde bob down in a side parting.
Falling victim to the scorching weather in the capital the presenter joked on Twitter about how hot she was as she posed for the cameras at the Royal Festival Hall.
On the social networking site she quipped, 'It's such a glorious day and my dress for the Baftas is actually melting me! Lol. Seriously though, 27 degrees outside and 35 in my sequins!'
Big mother: Davina McCall showed off her curves in a zebra print long sleeved dress and bright pink heels
THE BAFTA TV AWARDS WINNERS IN FULL
FELLOWSHIP – Rolf Harris
SPECIAL AWARD – Steven Moffat
LEADING ACTOR – Dominic West – Appropriate Adult (ITV)
LEADING ACTRESS – Emily Watson – Appropriate Adult (ITV1)
SUPPORTING ACTOR – Andrew Scott – Sherlock (BBC One)
SUPPORTING ACTRESS – Monica Dolan – Appropriate Adult (ITV1)
ENTERTAINMENT PERFORMANCE – Graham Norton – The Graham Norton Show (BBC One)
FEMALE PERFORMANCE IN A COMEDY – Jennifer Saunders – Absolutely Fabulous (BBC One)
MALE PERFORMANCE IN A COMEDY – Darren Boyd – Spy (Sky One)
SINGLE DRAMA – Random
MINI SERIES – This is England ‘88 (Channel 4)
DRAMA SERIES – The Fades (BBC Three)
SOAP AND CONTINUING DRAMA – Coronation Street (ITV)
INTERNATIONAL – Borgen (BBC Four)
FACTUAL SERIES – Our War (BBC Three)
SPECIALIST FACTUAL – Mummifying Alan: Egypt’s Last Secret (Channel 4)
SINGLE DOCUMENTARY – Terry Pratchett: Choosing to Die (BBC Two)
FEATURES – The Great British Bake Off (BBC Two)
REALITY & CONSTRUCTED FACTUAL – The Young Apprentice (BBC One)
CURRENT AFFAIRS – Undercover Care: The Abuse Exposed (Panorama)
NEWS COVERAGE – Channel 4 News: Japan Earthquake Production Team
SPORT AND LIVE EVENT – The Royal Wedding (BBC One)
NEW MEDIA – Psychoville (BBC)
ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMME – Derren Brown: The Experiments (Channel 4)
COMEDY PROGRAMME – Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle (BBC TWO)
SITUATION COMEDY – Mrs Brown’s Boys (BBC One)
YOU TUBE AUDIENCE AWARD – Celebrity Juice (ITV)