Holly Willoughby displays endless legs in a sequin gown as she attends soiree
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Holly Willoughby showcased her endless legs in an eye-popping thigh-split gown as she arrived at a lavish soiree.
Holly, 41, attended the star-studded Annabel's 4th anniversary soiree alongside her husband Dan Baldwin on Thursday as the pair dressed to impress.
The This Morning host, 41 displayed her immaculate frame in the spectacular multicolored sequin gown with a racy split teasing her glowing legs.
Channeling the party's special theme – 1970s New York City club, Studio 54 – Holly wore gorgeous heels and a pastel pink feather boa.
Her jaw-dropping luscious blonde locks were styled in soft waves and she opted for a rich palette of make-up.
Holly's partner, TV producer Dan, rocked up to the 70s theme in a cream coat, flares, platform trainers and aviators.
Dan completed his look with a striking blonde quiff.
Other A-List celebrities in attendance included Naomi Campbell, Rod Stewart, Penny Lancaster and Edward Enninful.
The outing comes after Holly's co-host Phillip Schofield revealed he spent the afternoon in the pub with his This Morning colleague after ITV studios were evacuated due to a suspicious bomb threat.
ITV had pulled its live shows earlier in the afternoon – This Morning and Loose Women – when the studios were evacuated due to a bomb scare.
Thankfully, the Metropolitan Police have since confirmed that the security incident reported near the studios has been diffused.
Philip, 59, took to Instagram to reveal he'd returned to his dressing room to "pick up his house keys" after the show was forced to cut to a highlights reel in the wake of the scare.
The news comes as ITV went off air for more than hour as staff were evacuated from the West London television studio.
This Morning and Loose Women both tweeted a statement in the wake of the scare, writing: "We apologise for the break in live programming today. We are currently running pre-recorded content and hope to be back with you soon."
During its final ad break, This Morning returned with a reprisal of its opening titles followed by a collection of pastime moments.
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