Deja va-va-voom! Carol Vorderman recycles a very daring gown from 2010 for the National Television Awards
Her saucy taste in red carpet outfits
are becoming her trademark. And Carol Vorderman's dress for the
National Television Awards tonight at the O2 Arena didn't disappoint in
51-year-old wore a pale pink floor-length gown that featured a plunging
neckline and bustier, putting her cleavage on prominent display for yet another
The Suzanne Neville dress was actually recycled from another event the television presenter attended in 2010 – and it
raised just as many eyebrows first time round.
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do we look Carol Vorderman fronted up to the National Television
Awards at the O2 tonight in a very revealing dress, that she originally
wore to an awards ceremony in 2010
Figure-hugging: The tight dress showed off the 51-year-old's 'rear of the year'
Vorderman previously made headlines when she poured her curves into the figure-hugging gown at the Rose D'Or awards in Switzerland in September 2010.
The Countdown star has previously said that when she finds a dress she loves, she'll wear it over and over again – famously quipping that she has her beloved Roland Mouret Galaxy dress 'down to a fiver' on a cost-per-wear basis.
Carol added to the sex appeal of the off-the shoulder dress with tousled hair and smokey eye make-up.
Look familiar Carol wore the same Suzanne Neville gown to the Rose D'Or awards in Switzerland in September 2010
She is becoming infamous for her penchant for provocative red carpet wear, often choosing to highlight her cleavage over her 'rear of the year'.
She posed with the somewhat more understated Janet Street Porter, Andrea McLean, and Lisa Maxwell on the red carpet.
McLean put on a brave face, smiling widely despite the revelation this week that she and her husband have called it quits.
The Loose Women lost out in their Talk Show category to Alan Carr, giving him a gracious standing ovation.
Hello boys: Carol's plunging neckline put her cleavage on prominent display
Girl power: Carol posed with the somewhat more understated Janet Street Porter, Andrea McLean, and Lisa Maxwell