Chloe Ferry stuns NTAs red carpet in dazzling gown as she steps out for London ceremony

By Simon Duke

Chloe Ferry cut an absolutely stunning figure as she stepped out in a dazzling gown for Thursday night's National Television Awards.

Delayed for its usual January to September due to the coronavirus pandemic, the annual ceremony honours the great and good of the British TV industry, with a whole host of shows and stars vying for glory in all manner of categories.

Big names who triumphed at at this year's NTAs included Ant and Dec, who won Best Presenter prize for the 20th year in a row; Kate Garraway who won new Best Authored Documentary award for Finding Derek and the cast of Line of Duty.

Other NTA winners include It's A Sin, which beat Normal People, Bridgerton and Des for Best New Drama.

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While it has been nominated in the past, Geordie Shore wasn't up for anything this year but that didn't stop Chloe, one of its best known stars from strutting the red carpet in style.

Chloe, 26, chose a long nude gown with feathered detail for the big event and walked the red carpet at the same time as RuPaul's Drag Race UK star Tayce, who she got a shot with for her Instagram story, her friend from Hollyoaks, Billy Price and TOWIE's Pete Wicks.

Geordie Shore's Chloe Ferry wows NTAs red carpet in dazzling gown (PA)

Chloe also took the opportunity to meet fans who queued up for hours outside the O2 Arena to catch a glimpse of celebrities going in, with one shouting "I love you. I love you!"

Chloe revealed on her Instagram story that her jaw-dropping NTAs dress was from Boutique Bonita.

The outfit got loads of positive comments on Insta from celebrity pals, including Charlotte Crosby, who reacted: "Wowzas really gorgeous chlo."

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