Red Carpet Wrap: Best and worst dressed
Who is a style queen and who should be taken away by the fashion police this week?
Worst dressed: Chantelle Houghton
So what happens to old Big Brother contestants when the TV is switched off?
They desperately try to keep themselves in front of the cameras by constantly reinventing themselves, that's what.
And now it's the turn of the lovely Chantelle whose claim to fame, lest we forget, was fooling some Z-list wannabes that she really was one of them.
You see, dreams can come true!
But it's not easy keeping yourself in the public eye; it requires tireless effort and dedication.
Not to mention marriage, break-ups and dalliances with at least one footballer.
Now we do appreciate Chantelle's hard work on our behalf.
Toning down her favourite orange look must have been a huge sacrifice, but she's veering dangerously back into WAG territory with this peekaboo dress.
Not so much silver siren as Ordinary Girl on tour -- ex Preston should be proud.
Best dressed: Blake Lively
We're in two minds about Blake Lively. On the one hand, it's all very well looking fabulous when Karl Lagerfeld just happens to be your newest VBF, and you've had a Louboutin shoe named after you.
On the other, the latest face of Chanel is no one-trick style pony.
Sexy and sassy, the Gossip Girl is really working this stunning silk and organza dress, which just happens to be designed by Marchesa.
Blake's not just a pretty face, she's got a career to think of, y'know.
And what better way to show off your best assets than to wear a dress created by the wife of studio mogul Harvey Weinstein when you're picking up an award for your last movie role?
Blake, we're very impressed ...