She may be tiny but they go on forever! Kylie Minogue shows off a lot of leg in two-toned dress at the British Comedy Awards
The night was supposed to be all about the comedians.
But Kylie Minogue stole the British Comedy Awards last night in a show-stopping dress, slashed to the thigh, revealing her toned legs.
The stunning two-toned number featured a red corset-like top half with a black piece draped over one shoulder and finishing past her ankles.
She”s definitely still got it! Kylie Minogue showed off a lot of leg in this stunning two-toned dress at the British Comedy Awards
The Australian singer paired the evening gown with strappy black heels and had her strawberry blonde hair in loose curls.
Flanked by Jonathan Ross, the 43-year-old presented the British Comedy Academy Outstanding Achievement Award during the two-hour ceremony.
The gong went to E4″s The Inbetweeners.
She”s got the power: Kylie, pictured with Jonathan Ross, presented the British Comedy Academy Outstanding Achievement Award
What”s so funny Kylie share a laugh with Wossy
She posed with the show”s main men back stage – Joe Thomas, Simon Bird, Blake Harrison and James Buckley.
Other winners last night included comedy queen Miranda Hart who recieved the TV Comedy Actress Award for her hilarious BBC show, Miranda.
DarrenBoyd received the TV Comedy Actor Award for Sky sitcom Spy.
Thebest comedy panel show award went to the recently axed Shooting Stars while the Best New Comedy gong went to Channel 4″s Fresh Meat.
Kings of the funny: Kylie presented the award to the Inbetweeners cast, Joe Thomas, Simon Bird, Blake Harrison and James Buckley
Writer Sam Bain, accepting the award fromAmerican actor Jeff Goldblum, joked: “We”re actually rather offended towin this award.
“We thought we were writing a grittydrama.”
Bestentertainment personality award went to Graham Norton for his BBC chat show.
THE BRITISH COMEDY AWARDS 2011 WINNERS
Best TV Comedy Actor
DarrenBoyd – Spy (Sky)
Best Comedy Actress
Miranda Hart – Miranda (BBC)
Best Entertainment Personality
Graham Norton – The Graham Norton Show (BBC)
Best Female Television Comic
Victoria Wood – Victoria Wood”s Angina Monologues (Sky)
Best Comedy Panel Show
Shooting Stars (BBC)
British Comedy Academy Outstanding Achievement Award
The Inbetweeners (E4)
Best New Comedy
Fresh Meat (C4)
Writers” Guild of Britain Award
Armando Iannucci – The Thick Of It (BBC)