Davina McCall leads the glam on The Sun's Who Cares Wins star-studded red carpet in a sophisticated floor-length gown

 DAVINA McCall looked incredible as she led the glamour on the red carpet at The Sun's Who Cares Wins Awards tonight.

The awards, sponsored by The National Lottery, saw early arrivals include Kate Garraway, Vernon Kay and England star Tyrone Mings who gathered to honour our NHS heroes.


Davina, who is hosting this year's glittering Who Cares Wins Awards ceremony, held in London at the Camden Roundhouse, stunned in a sophisticated floor-length white gown.

The TV presenter looked incredible in her fitted fancy frock that came with puffball sleeves and a thigh-high slit.

Davina teamed her dress with black heels and deep red lipstick, with the seasoned host flashing a confident smile on her arrival.


Kate Garraway, who sat on the judging panel for this year's awards honouring the efforts of health workers, was dressed to impress in a metallic printed sheer black dress.

The Good Morning Britain presenter looked just lovely as she teamed her eye-catching dress with glam make-up and drop-down earrings.

Former TOWIE star Megan McKenna dazzled in a one-shouldered mini dress.

A red carpet regular, Megan paired her frock with a sleek high pony-tail and leather heels.


British Paralympic athlete Lauren Steadman upped the sartorial stakes in a chic black jumpsuit and heels, while Ulrika Jonsson opted for a pretty black dress with ruched sleeves that showed off her tattoos.

David Beckham made a suave arrival, as he stepped out onto the red carpet looking dapper in a two-piece tailored suit and bow tie.

He joined England footballer Tyrone Mings who was smartly-dressed for the occasion.






Also honouring our NHS heroes were Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Prince William, who gave a wave on his arrival to the awards.

Vernon Kay, meanwhile, arrived suited and booted for the ceremony alongside a glamorous Dr Helen Hall.

Before they hit the red carpet, the stars were seen pampering themselves alongside their glam squads as they perfected their hair and make-up.

This year's awards will include a new 999 Hero category to honour our amazing first responders, including paramedics who have stared down danger, air ambulance workers tackling harsh conditions and army officers deploying military workers to boost the front-line response to Covid.

The health-focused awards honour those who have helped take care of the nation, with categories including Best Doctor, Best Nurse, Best Midwife and Ultimate Lifesaver.

Other categories include Best Charity, Groundbreaking Pioneer, Unsung Hero, Young Hero and the National Lottery Award.

For this year's awards we are honouring the late TV presenter Caroline Flack, who died aged 40 in February 2020,by naming a gong in her honour with her family’s support.

The Caroline Flack Mental Health Hero Award recognises the incredible people who aim to make a difference in their communities – providing solace and a safe space for those who need to talk.

All winners will be revealed during the televised ceremony, with the winning healthcare heroes decided by a panel of celebrity judges.

They had the daunting task of finding the worthiest winners out of 2,200 incredible entries across all 13 categories.

2021's judging lineup includes GMB star Kate, who knows all too well the importance of hospital workers as her husband Derek Draper has spent the last year battling Covid.

Who Cares Wins awards

The Who Cares Wins awards honour those who have helped take care of the nation.

Here are the categories:

  • 999 Hero
  • Best Charity
  • Best Doctor
  • Best Midwife
  • Best Nurse
  • Groundbreaking Pioneer
  • Mental Health Hero
  • National Lottery Award
  • Ultimate lifesaver
  • Unsung Hero
  • Young Hero

Boxing champ Anthony Joshua also sat on the panel, alongside Rod Stewart's wife Penny Lancaster and comedian Matt Lucas.

They joined broadcaster Krishnan Guru-Murthy, presenter Christine Lampard and Sun columnist Deborah James, who has stage four bowel cancer and knows all too well the important role doctors and nurses play.

Rounding off the judging panel was and Ellie Orton – the CEO of NHS Charities Together who was at the forefront of the Sun-backed Covid-19 Urgey Appeal to help raise more than £150million for the NHS.

She said of this year's awards: "After the last 18 months, these awards are going to be incredibly special.

"I’m expecting it to be incredibly emotional – not just to have everyone in a room together, but to be able to celebrate key workers.”

The Sun’s Who Cares Wins awards will be broadcast on Channel 4 and All 4 on Sunday at 7.30pm.

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