The Strictly Come Dancing presenter didn't stray too far away from the glitz and glamour of the Strictly ballroom, donning the 'Cher Green Sequin Midi Dress' from De La Vali to attend the prestigious event at London's Royal Festival Hall. Complete with a chic one-shoulder neckline, scalloped hem and daring thigh-split, Tess' striking dress looked phenomenal on her feminine silhouette.
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The wife of Vernon Kay rocked her blonde hair in voluminous curls, amping up the glamour of her red carpet look with fluttery false lashes, rosy blush and a glossy bronze lip to highlight her naturally pretty features.
Tess teamed her emerald frock with gold accessories, adding strappy YSL metallic heels and several layers of gold jewellery to complete her look.
Tess was a vision in green on the TV BAFTAs red carpet
Posing up a storm on Instagram, the 53-year-old star shared a behind-the-scenes snap of her dazzling ensemble. "Heading to the BAFTAs Biggest TV night of the year! Fingers crossed for Strictly," Tess captioned her post.
Fans were quick to react to Tess' glowing look, including co-host Claudia Winkleman, who left a string of heart emojis beneath her close friend's Instagram post. "STUNNING Tess, love the colour on you," wrote one fan, as another commented: Wow! That dress is amazing on you."
"That's a beautiful colour Really suits you Tess," wrote a third fan, while a fourth penned: "Gorgeous! Fingers crossed to win! Strictly is the best!"
Fans were left swooning at Tess' striking De La Vali dress
Though Strictly Come Dancing didn't take home the award for Best Entertainment Programme, the BBC show still saw victory in the reigning champions, Rose Ayling-Ellis and Giovanni Pernice, who won Virgin Media Must-See Moment Award for their poignant dance to Symphony.
The actress, who has been deaf since birth, stole the hearts of the nation when she and Giovanni performed the poignant dance back in December, raising awareness for the deaf community so close to Rose's heart.
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