Susanna Reid stuns at ITV Gala

Susanna Reid pulled out all the stops at the ITV Gala on Thursday evening. The Good Morning Britain presenter made a head-turning appearance on the red carpet outside the London Palladium alongside her colleagues Kate Garraway, Charlotte Hawkins and Ranvir Singh.

The 44-year-old was suitably glamorous for the occasion in a pink and black sequinned Ariella gown teamed with court shoe heels and a black clutch bag. With her long brunette hair worn in curls and bold lipstick, Susanna showed no signs of fatigue following her early start on the breakfast television show.



Susanna Reid looked glamorous at Thursday's ITV Gala

The mother-of-two appeared to enjoy her night judging by the picture she shared of herself with her colleagues on Twitter, writing: "Love working with these feisty, intelligent, gorgeous women."

The inaugural ITV Gala brought together faces from the broadcaster's biggest shows including The X Factor and Britain's Got Talent to celebrate their 60th anniversary. Joining Susanna and her Good Morning Britain colleagues were This Morning presenter Holly Willoughby with her husband Dan Baldwin, Simon Cowell and girlfriend Lauren Silverman, plus Olly Murs and Caroline Flack.


Susanna joined her Good Morning Britain colleagues on the red carpet

Piers Morgan also attended Thursday's event ahead of his first day on the sofa at Good Morning Britain on Monday. The 50-year-old recently explained what he thinks he will bring to the news show, explaining that he thinks himself and Susanna work well together.

"The ratings are on the up now, and although my slightly ebullient style might not be for everybody, Susanna and I do make a good team," Piers told The Mirror. "She's the good cop to my bad cop. The other advantage I've got is I've interviewed some of the biggest stars in the world. So when Americans come over – whether it's Oprah Winfrey or George Clooney or Morgan Freeman, if they're in town I've got a reasonable shot of getting them on the show."

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