Emma Willis is the lady in red while undertaking presenting duties

The popular TV host looked dressed to impress during the Celebrity Big Brother live eviction

Hanna Fillingham

Emma Willis rarely puts a foot wrong when it comes to fashion, and she certainly ensured all eyes were on her during Tuesday night's live eviction on Celebrity Big Brother. The 41-year-old TV presenter looked fantastic in a bold red sleeveless midi dress, which contrasted beautifully with her choice of footwear – a pair of glitzy nude heels. As ever, the mother-of-three's pixie crop hair was preened to perfection in a sleek, side parting.

Emma Willis looked sensational in a red shift dress on Celebrity Big Brother

Make-up wise, Emma opted for her trademark smoky eye look, which she enhanced with a bold outline of black liner and lashings of mascara. A natural base and sweep of bronzer gave her skin a flawless finish, and her look was completed with a nude lipstick and statement brow.

Throughout the series, Emma has been impressing fans with her fashion choices, and is more often than not spotted in monochrome trouser suits and form-fitting dresses. On Friday's show, she rocked a retro-inspired look in a polka dot slip dress and leg-lengthening black Prada heels. Last week, meanwhile, she wowed in a stylish two-piece by Victoria Beckham, dressing her slender frame in a chic black and green top and matching elongated trousers with a side stripe. A pair of Yves Saint Laurent heels completed her outfit.

On Friday's show Emma wore a vintage-inspired polka dot dress

The down-to-earth presenter is also known to mix designer labels with high street brands, and was recently spotted in an all-white ensemble, that included a cami top from high street favourite Topshop, a suit from French-based fashion label, Zadig & Voltaire, and nude court shoes from Office.

Emma, who is considered one of the UK's top TV presenters, excited fans earlier in the week after it was revealed she has signed up to host a brand new ITV music show this autumn, called Your Song. The TV show, produced by Simon Cowell's Syco Entertainment and Thames, is a one-hour special which will see some of music's biggest stars put on special performances for real people "who have done something extraordinary".

Speaking about her involvement, Emma said: "This is such an amazing show to be part of… imagine seeing somebody you love, and who is so deserving, being surprised with the performance of a lifetime by their musical hero! I think they'll be plenty of tears, hugs and happiness."

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