Paloma Faith and Dua Lipa led the celebrities attending Virgin Atlantic Attitude Awards, powered by Jaguar, for its first-ever virtual ceremony at the Camden Roundhouse.
Pregnant musician Paloma, 39, who is expecting her second child with long-term partner Leyman Lahcine, cradled her baby bump in a sequinned dress on the red carpet, while singer Dua looked typically edgy in a sheer ensemble.
The songstresses brought the glamour for the event, which aired on Monday evening and was filmed over six days.
Oh baby! Pregnant Paloma Faith led the celebrities attending Virgin Atlantic Attitude Awards, powered by Jaguar, for its first-ever virtual ceremony at the Camden Roundhouse on Monday
Picking Up the Pieces hitmaker Paloma looked sensational in her sparkling gown, teamed with a turtleneck crop top and matching briefs.
The artist upped the fashion ante in the footwear department as she boosted her frame in platform heels with silver netted straps.
Showcasing her signature style, New Rules star Dua highlighted her toned figure in a black dress, complete with a classic bralet and see-through panels.
The pop princess dressed up her look with gold chained jewellery, while her tresses were swept away from her face and into a tight bun.
Edgy: Dua Lipa highlighted her toned figure in a black dress, complete with a classic bralet and see-through panels
Working it: The songstresses were joined by CBB’s Michelle Visage who brought the glamour for the event, which aired on Monday evening and was filmed over six days
Star-studded: Vogue’s Editor-in-Chief Edward Enninful OBE, who looked sharp in a grey suit, served as a presenter at the ceremony
Wow-factor: Singer Rina Sawayama (L) caught the eye in shimmery thigh-high boots, while activist Munroe Bergdorf (R) exuded elegance in a floor-length gown and a fluffy coat
Joining the string of ceremonies that have had to skip a glitzy bash this year and go virtual, thanks to COVID-19, the awards were hosted by comedian Tom Allen.
Several guests linked in from Australia and the USA, with 14 award winners as well as representatives of the NHS LGBTQ community and the entire cast and director of Ryan Murphy’s Boys in the Band movie.
Presenters included Mark Ronson, RuPaul, Simon Callow CBE, MNEK, Todrick Hall, Layton Williams, Max Harwood, Dr Ranj Singh and Vogue’s Editor-in-Chief Edward Enninful OBE.
Entertainment on the night also featured live and exclusive performances from the Vamps (Married in Vegas from the number one album Cherry Blossom) and Paloma Faith (Better Than This from her incredible new album Infinite Things).
Looking good: MNEK put on a bold display in glittery trousers and a checked shirt
In good company: This Morning’s Dr. Ranj Singh and actor Russell Tovey were also in attendance
Vibrant: Drag queen The Vivienne teamed a graphic T-shirt with tartan print joggers
The awards are to benefit the Attitude Magazine Foundation for LGBTQ causes, which has raised and distributed more than £250,000 since summer 2018.
Darren Styles OBE, Publisher of Attitude magazine, said: ‘This has been the most extraordinary running of the Attitude Awards, where the more usual 650 guests in black tie at the Roundhouse have been replaced with a world audience in the digital, virtual space.
’14 amazing presenters, 14 great winners and 5 roof-raising live performances have resulted in a blockbuster show that – we hope – has uplifted the watching LGBTQ community.
‘May our award winners inspire anyone, anywhere, of any age to embrace who they truly are, free to be the best that they can be.’
The Attitude Awards issue, with eight collectors’ covers, is now available in stores, online or to download here.
Cheery: Virgin Atlantic crew appeared in great spirits as they posed for the event