Last night, the stars turned out in force, to celebrate the return of the Classic Brit Awards, which last ran five years ago.
Celebs, including Amanada Holden and Myleene Klass, got decked out in their finest ballgowns for the evening, which took place at the Royal Albert Hall.
There was an impressive trend amongst the famous faces dresses on the night, with almost all of them opting for a flowing and glittery gown, to celebrate the best in classical music.
BGT‘s Amanda attended the snazzy event in a stunning Joao Rolo gown, and was accompanied by pianist Tokio Myers, who won the series last year.
The cheeky star showed off her outfit choice in a series of tounge-in-cheek snaps ahead of the event – even adopting Victoria Beckham’s recent ‘leg-in-the-air’ pose!
Posing in her gorgeous garden, the star wrote, ‘Had to do a @victoriabeckham♥ in this #gorgeous #gown 🤣’.
The awards also welcomed a very special royal guest, in the form of Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York!
Fergie attended the event wearing a simple but elegant black gown, accessorising with a glittering black belt and gorgeous silver earrings.
The Duchess also handed out the biggest award of the night – giving the Icon Award to Andrea Bocelli.
Myleene Klass, who has enjoyed a successful classical singing career herself, opted for a glittery, golden, skin-tight Nadine Merabi dress for the event, paired with a flattering golden make-up look.
Charlotte Hawkins also looked utterly angelic in a ethereal blue Pronovias gown – and was styled by her usual GMB stylist, Debbie Harper.
Katherine Jenkins, acclaimed classic singer, also wowed the crowds in a regal, blush pink dress, complete with stand-out ruffles.
While the singer posed alone to start off with, she also snuck in a few snaps with her hubby, Andrew Levitas.
Posting later on her Instagram, she admitted it was ‘so lovely to be out with my gorgeous husband…’ Aww!
Katherine’s appearance on the red carpet comes just two months after the 37-year-old gave birth – and we can’t believe her amazing post-baby body!
And in another connection to royalty, Sheku Kanneh-Mason also attending the glamorous awards, picking up the gong for Male Artist of the Year. Sheku of course wowed the world as he performed at Harry and Meghan’s May 19th wedding.