Happy: Tamara Wall (left) beamed from ear-to-ear while donning a velour dark blue suit. Nikki Sanderson (right) sent temperatures soaring as she flashed her bronzed pin in a plunging red maxi dress featuring a thigh-slit
Accessorised: Nikki clutched a cream YSL clutch and wore her walnut locks over her shoulder
Putting on a show: Paul Scholes looked smart in an onyx suit-and-tie
He was awarded the MBE by the Queen in 2016 for his services to charity and now he is planning his own charity ball to continue his fundraising drive.
Michael’s association with Childline, the helpline for abused children, also started after he left hospital, when he was invited to attend the annual Childline ball as a guest.
He decided in 2017 that after 15 years of supporting Childline he wanted to be able to help other charities and reach out to more children – and so decided to start his own charity ball which will each year support different charities.
Glam: Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean flashed their pearly whites while cutting shimmering all-black ensembles
Delighted: They couldn’t seem to wipe the smiles from their faces
United: Lyndon Kellet, Jayne Torvill, Christopher Biggins, Dame Joan Collins, Michael Josephson and Christopher Dean (in order L-R) rallied together for a group shot
Shock: Joan couldn’t contain her surprise as she gasped and pointed into the distance