DAVINA McCall and Susanna Reid looked sensational as they led the glamour on UK Times’s Who Cares Wins Awards’ red carpet tonight.
Showing off her hourglass figure in a sophisticated black dress, host Davina beamed as she posed for pictures at The Roundhouse in Camden.
UK Times’s Who Cares Wins Awards celebrates heroes from across the health sector.
Our glittering ceremony – presented by Davina and sponsored by The National Lottery – saw celebrities including Anthony Joshua, Jamie Oliver, Harry Redknapp, Mel B, Olivia Attwood, Ellie Simmonds and Katie Piper mingling with all our nominees.
Good Morning Britain’s Susanna caught the eye in a plunging sequin dress and had flawless hair and makeup for the star-studded night.
Telly favourite Ulrika dazzled in a shimmering minidress and knee-high boots as she turned out for the feelgood ceremony.
Dancing On Ice pair Vanessa Bauer and Joey Essex dressed to impress, with the pro skater catching the eye in a blue sequin frock, and Joey looked handsome in a black suit.
Spice Girl Mel B cut a striking figure in a black power suit with intricate detailing, while Vicky Pattison wowed in a corseted black dress.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer looked thrilled to be in attendance as he arrived with wife Victoria on his arm.
Broadcaster Gaby Roslin embraced rock star chic in a loose-fitting shirt and flares, while Virgin Radio’s Chris Evans was his usual chipper self.
Fresh from her jungle stint, I’m A Celebrity’s Olivia Attwood swapped her khakis for a suit and blue shirt.
Father and son pair Martin and Roman Kemp looked smooth as ever, while Katie Piper showed off her style credentials in a sparkly suit.
Reality stars Megan McKenna and Saffron Barker oozed glamour, as did Kelsey Parker in a sparkling cream and silver dress coat.
TalkTV’s Piers Morgan turned up just days after his agenda-setting Cristiano Ronaldo interview.
Former heavyweight boxing champ Anthony Joshua covered his rippling muscles in a black suit, while former England goalkeeper David Seaman looked smarter than his palying days.
Take That’s Mark Owen showcased his rugged look, while Ellie Goulding blended textures.
And you’ll be able to watch the event too, on Channel 4 and All 4 at 6.30pm this coming Sunday.
Sun doctor Zoe Williams was one of the judges, alongside Claudia Winkleman, Christine Lampard, Tyrone Mings, Adam Kay, Penny Lancaster, Sun editor Victoria Newton and Ellie Orton, CEO of NHS Charities Together.
Dr Zoe explains what you have to look forward to and Ellie writes about why it’s vital to recognise our incredible NHS workforce.
“It’s been an absolute pleasure to be a judge this year but it definitely hasn’t been easy,” Dr Zoe said.
“Of the thousands of entries that came in, every single one was an amazing story of people going above and beyond to help others.
“While some were filled with hope, others were tough to read and heartbreaking — I’m not the only judge who choked up on more than one occasion.
“From the selfless young carer who saved her mum’s life, to the fearless midwife dodging bombs in Ukraine to look after expectant mothers, this year’s nominees are all winners and heroes.
“It’s always an honour to hear their stories and read about just how much we really are there for each other.
“As a judge, it’s not been easy to whittle down the nominations.
“Among them were breath-taking, lifesaving emergencies as well as everyday stories of lives changed.
“I think my fellow judges would agree, if we could make everyone a winner, we definitely would.
“The NHS and the incredible volunteer sector are two of the best things about this country; seeing the worthy shortlisted medics, volunteers and children being treated as celebrities on the night itself by world-famous actors, sportspeople, politicians, and singers is always one of the highlights of the year for me.
“I’ve had so many lovely chats with the winners and those shortlisted over the years I’ve attended, who can’t believe they’re rubbing shoulders with celebrities.
Who Cares Wins Awards 2022
THE Sun’s Who Cares Wins awards will celebrate our dedicated healthcare workers in a glitzy ceremony hosted by the one and only Davina McCall.
It will be screened on Channel 4 and All 4 on November 27 at 6.30pm and these are the categories your health heroes could be in with a chance of winning:
Best Doctor – an NHS doctor – GP, hospital doctor or consultant
Best Midwife – an NHS midwife who has provided great care for a woman or her baby
Best Team – any NHS or healthcare team on the frontline and behind the scenes that has gone above and beyond the call of duty
Best Nurse – an NHS nurse in any ﬁeld
Best Health Charity – For a charity that has helped change lives
Unsung Hero – For someone who deserves to be recognised and celebrated for their work helping others
Young Hero – For youngsters that have gone above and beyond. Open to anyone under the age of 18
Mental Health Hero – For signiﬁcant contribution to mental health
999 Hero – For teams and individuals that have stepped up in a crisis
Visit UK Times’s Who Cares Wins awards page for all the latest awards news, interviews and red carpet photos.
“And they’re always so self-deprecating when I tell them they deserve it.
“Hospital porters who get to take selfies with their favourite footballer or nurses who are used to 13-hour shifts rubbing shoulders with their favourite Strictly star.
“These awards are about much more than just one night.
“They’re a chance to make the real heroes of this country feel special and I can’t wait to meet them all in person.”
UK Times’s Who Cares Wins awards will be broadcast on Channel 4 and All 4 on Sunday, November 27 at 6.30pm.