LADY Gaga brought Hollywood glamor to Baftas last night in a see-through fishtail dress with a giant train.
The actress, who was in town to present the EE Rising Star Awards, created a storm in front of iconic Bafta masks, holding a tassel bag and resting her hands on her hips.
She was joined by Hollywood stars Emma Watson and Rebel Wilson, hosting the show last night.
Back then, Strictly star AJ Odudu looked incredible as she hit the red carpet in a stunning see-through gown.
The presenter’s torso was partially covered by an animal print design giving way to a shimmering gown as she posed for photos outside the Royal Albert Hall.
She fitted a chunky silver chain around her neck and matching bangles on her wrists.
Radio DJ Clara Amfo stunned in a small metallic dress while former EastEnders star Jessica Plummer wore a stylish black dress with a Ukrainian ribbon pinned on it.
Star Wars actress Daisy Ridley also opted for a fussy black dress with giant ruffles, while Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown opted for a gorgeous black dress with matching gloves.
The 18-year-old star was paired with boyfriend Jake Bongiovi, son of rocker Jon Bon Jovi.
French beauty Lea Seydoux attracts the eye in a monochrome printed dress with slits at the waist.
Nominated Best Actress Emilia Jones is a golden girl in a very striking dress.
The star, who is the daughter of Aled Jones, performed folk star Joni Mitchell’s ballad Both Sides Now, a song taken from her performance in the film Coda.
Millie Mackintosh looked pretty in pink with a big bow at the back of her dress, while Love Island’s Montana Brown opted for a mint green halter top with metallic embellishments.
Stephen Graham gave two thumbs up and wore a Ukrainian ribbon on his lapel, while former EastEnders star Himesh Patel looked glamorous in a black suit and bow tie.
The prestigious event begins with a special performance from Dame Shirley Bassey on the 60th anniversary of the James Bond series.
The Sun exclusively revealed how the superstar, the only person to ever record more than one Bond theme tune, will pay homage to the iconic spy.
In this event, it’s not a classic night for 007 with No time to die miss in four of the categories for which it was nominated.
Best Picture went to The Power Of The Dog with Belfast winning Best British Film.
https://www.the-sun.com/entertainment/tv/4884540/baftas-red-carpet-aj-odudu-see-through-gown/ Lady Gaga brings Hollywood glamor to the red carpet as she leads the star-studded event