EMILY Atack wowed on the red carpet tonight as stars flocked to the Sun’s Who Cares Wins awards.
A selection of our favorite famous faces dressed to the nines for the annual event taking place at The Roundhouse in London this evening.
The Who Cares Wins Awards, hosted by Davina McCall, highlight the great work of NHS healthcare staff and volunteers.
Emily is one of those attending the ceremony.
The Inbetweeners actress looked incredible in a figure-hugging pink silk dress.
She accessorized with a white clutch and styled her blonde locks into loose curls.
Love Island winners Jess Harding and Sammy Root put on a stunning show for the event.
Her Love Island co-star Abi Moores smiled as she posed for snaps with her former friend Mitchel Taylor.
She wore a sparkly gold maxi dress while Mitch opted for a checked suit.
Strictly’s Zara McDermott opted for a cream silk dress.
Former Gogglebox stars Stephen and Daniel Lustig-Webb, who announced they were leaving the show earlier this month, looked sharp in black suits.
Former Towie legend Joey Essex was also among the celebrities who posed on the red carpet.
He looked very dapper in a black suit, white shirt and matching tie.
Davina will host the event tonight.
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.”
“My daughter works in the NHS. She works in hospitals as part of internships.
“She will do another internship at Christmas, then she will write her dissertation before graduating next June.”
“Then she goes straight to the NHS.”
The Who Cares Wins Awards are sponsored by the National Lottery.
To find out who wins, the ceremony will air on our screens later this week.
The Sun’s Who Cares Wins Awards will be broadcast on Channel 4 and All 4 on Sunday September 24th at 6.30pm.