Glamorous Laura Whitmore will have every angle covered at the BAFTAs

The 27-year-old will host the EE Bafta 360 degree Red Carpet Show

MTV presenter Laura Whitmore will be hosting a revealing new element to the Bafta awards on February 10.

 

The 27-year-old, who posed in a glamorous green dress to promote her new gig, will be presenting the EE Baftas 360 degree Red Carpet Show where interactive cameras will allow the public to scrutinise the outfits and enjoy a close up personal view of their favourite stars.

Wardrobe malfunctions, with skimpy or unforgiving outfits, will be impossible to hide from the panoramic view.

Laura said : "Although you think 'Oh God!' Now you have to make sure you're okay from every angle, it's really great for the people at home to feel like they're there and be part of it.

"In real life, you can see every angle. This technology blows my mind - with your iPad or your computer you can move it around and it's like being there."

But the Bray native admits there is plenty that can go wrong after witnessing her "worst nightmare" when Jennifer Lawrence's couture gown apparently ripped as she collected her award at the Screen Actors Guild awards in America last week.

She said: "You can never prepare for things like that. The dress looked amazing when she was going in, and obviously it was a bit tight and it ripped.

"And then at the National Television Awards, Nicole Scherzinger had those little nipple things on, and you could see through the dress!

"There's so many disasters and you just have to laugh at yourself. It happens to everyone, it happens to A-Listers. Make sure you're wearing the right underwear - that's the number one thing."

The TV presenter promised she would not be too shy to warn the stars if they are heading for a fashion disaster.

Laura confessed: "I've told someone that they had lipstick on their teeth before.

"What I hate is when people don't tell you. I've come home before and realised my skirt's been hitched into my tights, and I'm like 'How has nobody told me the whole way home?'"

Viewers will be able to watch the live streamed show and highlights package at facebook.com/EE or via the EE Film app on Apple and Android handsets.

The EE British Academy Film Awards will be staged at The Royal Opera House in London's Covent Garden on February 10, with live red carpet streaming from 5pm to 7pm.

 

 

MTV presenter Laura Whitmore will be hosting an exciting new element to the Bafta awards on February 10. The 27-year-old, who posed in a glamorous green dress to promote her new gig, will be presenting the EE Baftas 360 degree Red Carpet Show where interactive cameras will allow the public to scrutinise the outfits and enjoy a close up personal view of their favourite stars.

 

Wardrobe malfunctions, with skimpy or unforgiving outfits, will be impossible to hide from the panoramic view.

Laura said : "Although you think 'Oh God!' Now you have to make sure you're okay from every angle, it's really great for the people at home to feel like they're there and be part of it.

"In real life, you can see every angle. This technology blows my mind - with your iPad or your computer you can move it around and it's like being there."

But the Bray native admits there is plenty that can go wrong after witnessing her "worst nightmare" when Jennifer Lawrence's couture gown apparently ripped as she collected her award at the Screen Actors Guild awards in America last week.

She said: "You can never prepare for things like that. The dress looked amazing when she was going in, and obviously it was a bit tight and it ripped.

"And then at the National Television Awards, Nicole Scherzinger had those little nipple things on, and you could see through the dress!

"There's so many disasters and you just have to laugh at yourself. It happens to everyone, it happens to A-Listers. Make sure you're wearing the right underwear - that's the number one thing."

The TV presenter promised she would not be too shy to warn the stars if they are heading for a fashion disaster.

Laura confessed: "I've told someone that they had lipstick on their teeth before.

"What I hate is when people don't tell you. I've come home before and realised my skirt's been hitched into my tights, and I'm like 'How has nobody told me the whole way home?'"

Viewers will be able to watch the live streamed show and highlights package at facebook.com/EE or via the EE Film app on Apple and Android handsets.

The EE British Academy Film Awards will be staged at The Royal Opera House in London's Covent Garden on February 10, with live red carpet streaming from 5pm to 7pm.

 

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