Davina McCall leads glam arrivals at The Sun’s star-studded Who Cares Wins awards

DAVINA McCall has led the glamorous new entrants to The Sun’s star-studded Who Cares Wins awards.

The 53-year-old TV star looked like she was having fun as she stunned on the red carpet in a draped white dress.

Davina McCall has led the arrivals at The Sun's Who Cares Wins Awards


Davina McCall has led the arrivals at The Sun’s Who Cares Wins AwardsPhoto credit: Doug Seeburg
The 53-year-old TV star impressed on the red carpet in a draped white dress


The 53-year-old TV star impressed on the red carpet in a draped white dressPhoto credit: Doug Seeburg

The annual event will spotlight the selfless healthcare workers and volunteers who dedicate their lives to helping others.

The glittering ceremony will be hosted by Davina and sponsored by the National Lottery.

There will be celebrities including James Corden, Anthony Joshua, Piers Morgan, Emily Atack, Zara McDermott, Olivia Attword, Harry Rednapp and many more all cheering on our lucky nominees.

Now in its sixth year, the awards will be even more special as the NHS celebrates its 75th anniversary.

To see the winners in full, the awards, in association with NHS Charities Together, will be broadcast on Channel 4 and All 4 on Sunday at 6.30pm.

Davina said: “The NHS has had a pretty tough time with people complaining, waiting times and things like that.”

“But whoever works there, it’s not his fault. They give everything they have.”

“I’m sure the people who work in the NHS understand that they’re not angry with them, but they bear the brunt of a lot of things.”

“All they want to do is help people. They don’t do it for fame or money.”

“You do it because it’s a calling. You were born to help people.”

“We know how difficult it is for the people who work there.

“And if we can do anything to celebrate and thank these people, then that is one of the most valuable things we can do.”

“If you ask anyone in the UK what one of the things they are most proud of it would be our NHS.

“If there is one thing that Covid has taught us and that will stay with us, it is that without it we are finished.”

“This idea of ​​treatment being free for everyone is so unique and so valuable.”

She added: “I mean, 75 years of the NHS – that’s really something to celebrate.”

Russell Falcon

Russell Falcon is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Russell Falcon joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing russellfalcon@ustimespost.com.

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