Cat Deeley showcases enviably long limbs in black leather skirt while hanging out with Vanessa Hudgens

The English television presenter was at the Teen Choice Awards in LA

Hanna Fillingham

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.”

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