MILLIE Court caused the temperatures to soar as she led the Love Island stars at the European premiere of Barbie.
Former show winner Millie gave a stunning performance in a sparkling gold dress with a cutout neckline and thigh slit.
Posing in front of Cineworld Leicester Square in London, she wore heart-shaped earrings and carried her essentials in a bare handbag.
As she rekindled her romance with Liam Reardon, they posed separately on the pink carpet.
The Welshman looked suave in a sand colored suit which he paired with a white shirt and matching trainers.
2022 winners Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu and Davide Sanclimenti, who split just weeks ago, risked an awkward altercation at the event.
Liberty Poole, Sharon Gaffka and Danica Taylor showed off their legs in thigh-length mini dresses.
Still going strong, Dami Hope and Indiyah Polack posed together in a Barbiephone box.
Hundreds of fans – many dressed up as their Mattel idols – lined up in the early hours to claim their spot on the pink carpet so they could meet leads Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling in person.
The film’s leads, Margot, 33, and Ryan, 42, were joined by the film’s stars, including Nicola Coughlan, Emma Mackey and Ncuti Gatwa, who helped produce the ten Barbies and four Kens.
Margot has maintained her Barbie-inspired appearances, having wowed in a range of Barbie-inspired outfits during her promotional interviews over the past 60 years.
She wore a stunning pale pink, fur-trimmed gown, the look of which was taken from Enchanted Evening Barbie.
Pop star Dua Lipa, who took on the doll’s mermaid persona, was a VIP guest and wowed in a plunging sequined gown.
Actors Will Ferrell, Hari Nef and America Ferrera also posed for photos, while celebs including Ekin-Su, Molly-Mae Hague and Sam Smith joined the fans and soaked up the atmosphere.
Based on the Mattel doll, the Barbie film follows Barbie and Ken as Robbie and Gosling leave Barbie Land and travel to the real world.
Director Greta Gerwig co-wrote the screenplay with her longtime partner Noah Baumbach, director of films such as Marriage Story and Frances Ha.