LADY Gaga brought Hollywood glamour to the Baftas last night in a plunging fishtail dress with a huge train.
The actress, who is in town to present the EE Rising Star Award, posed up a storm in front of the iconic Bafta masks, holding a tasselled bag and placing her hand on her hip.
She was joined by fellow Hollywood stars Emma Watson and Rebel Wilson, who hosted last night’s show.
Earlier, Strictly star AJ Odudu looked incredible as she arrived on the red carpet in a stunning see-through gown.
The presenter’s torso was partially covered by an animal print design that gave way to a shimmering skirt as she posed for photos outside the Royal Albert Hall.
She accessorised with a chunky silver chain around her neck and matching bands on her wrist.
Radio DJ Clara Amfo stunned in a metallic minidress while ex-EastEnders star Jessica Plummer wore a stylish black dress with a Ukraine ribbon pinned to it.
Star Wars actress Daisy Ridley also went for a sophisticated black frock with huge frilly skirt, while Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown opted for an extravagant black dress with matching gloves.
The 18-year-old star was joined by her boyfriend Jake Bongiovi, the son of rocker Jon Bon Jovi.
French beauty Lea Seydoux caught the eye in a monochrome print dress that cinched at the waist.
Best actress nominee Emilia Jones was a golden girl in a very striking dress.
The star, who is the daughter of Aled Jones, performed a rendition of folk star Joni Mitchell’s ballad Both Sides Now, a song taken from her performance in the film Coda.
Millie Mackintosh looked pretty in pink with a huge bow on the back of her dress, while Love Island’s Montana Brown went for a a mint green halterneck with metallic embellishments.
Stephen Graham flashed two thumbs up and wore a Ukraine ribbon on his lapel, while former EastEnders star Himesh Patel looked suave in a black suit and bow tie.
The prestigious event began with a special performance from Dame Shirley Bassey in honour of the 60th anniversary of the James Bond franchise.
UK Times exclusively revealed how the superstar, who is the only person to have ever recorded more than one Bond theme tune, would pay tribute to the iconic spy.
In the event, it wasn’t a vintage night for 007 with No Time To Die missing out on four of the categories it was nominated in.
The Best Film Prize went to The Power Of The Dog with Belfast scooping Outstanding British Film.