Cat Deeley looked sensational when she made an appearance at the star-studded Teen Choice Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday night. The English television presenter, who moved to the States back in 2006, ensured her presence was known in a statement leather mini skirt, which showcased her enviably long limbs. Cat teamed it with a simple white T-shirt and a pair of leg-lengthening black studded ankle boots.
Beauty-wise, the 40-year-old styled her long, blonde glossy hair down in loose waves and a centre parting, and enhanced her pretty facial features with natural make-up. A glowy base and sweep of rose-hued blush added a fresh look to her complexion, while a bold outline of black liner and layers of mascara created a striking smoky eye. A rose-tinted lipgloss completed her stunning look.
Cat Deeley posed for a photo with Vanessa Hudgens at the Teen Choice Awards
At the event, Cat enjoyed spending time with American actress, Vanessa Hudgens – who was pretty in a pink silk top with ruffled sleeves, patterned trousers and a studded waist belt. Cat presented Vanessa with an award during the ceremony, and posted a photo of the pair on her Instagram account. Writing besides the picture, Cat penned: "Presented the #SeeHer award to @vanessahudgens .... she brought her mom! What a doll! Lovely ladies @danceonfox."
Cat looked fabulous in a statement leather mini skirt
And it certainly is a busy time for Cat right now. The much-loved presenter recently returned to London to host new Sky 1 singing show, Sing It, which is set to air in September. The glamorous star posted a clip from the set of the upcoming programme on her Instagram account. Cat looked as stunning as ever in the footage, wearing a black mini dress and black cowboy boots while posing with a guitar. Beside the video clip, Cat wrote: “Secret project London #sing#sky1”.
Cat’s new show Sing It will see 30 acappella singing groups compete to win the prize of recording at London’s Abbey Road Studies. Cat recently said about her new presenting role: "I couldn't be more excited about Sing It. I remember singing in choir, when I was a kid and loving every minute. We have the very best performers on the show – they have no backing tracks and no instruments, just their own incredible voices and talent.”