Hunks are up­staged by Kate and Rita’s frocky hor­ror show

Daily Mail - - News - By Faye White Show­busi­ness Re­porter

IT was sup­posed to be an evening when all eyes were on the men.

But the women en­sured they hogged the lime­light as they ar­rived for the GQ Men Of The Year Awards last night.

Ac­tress Kate Beck­in­sale ap­peared to have for­got­ten half of her dress. The red and black printed gown fea­tured a plung­ing neck­line and cutout on the right side. It also had one long ki­mono-style sleeve and a train.

Miss Beck­in­sale pre­sented Van­ity Fair star Tom Bate­man with the award for Breakthrough Ac­tor.

Pop star Rita Ora – known for her un­ortho­dox fash­ion choices – also chose a strange out­fit for the event, held at the Tate Mod­ern in Lon­don. The 27-year- old singer wore a one-sleeved see-through gown over a corset, sus­penders hold­ing up sheer black stock­ings, and stilet­tos. She had her plat­inum blonde hair in a cen­tre part­ing and sported heavy sil­ver and black make-up.

Strictly Come Danc­ing host Clau­dia Win­kle­man showed off her new hair­style. The 46-year-old broad­caster has had the ends of her fa­mous black locks dip-dyed blonde.

Some of the men did get a look-in, though. Hunky Body­guard star Richard Mad­den, 32, looked suave as he posed on the red car­pet in a black din­ner suit and bow tie.

Prince Charles, 69, re­ceived the Life­time Achieve­ment Award for his philanthropy. Ac­cept­ing it, he said: ‘There is noth­ing more sat­is­fy­ing than see­ing the dif­fer­ence you can make to so many young peo­ple’s lives.’

Flash­ing the flesh: Rita Ora in a see-through gown last night. Right: A stylish-look­ing Richard Mad­den

Deeply dippy: Clau­dia Win­kle­man’s hair

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