Sport's biggest female stars wow on the red carpet as they turn on the glam to see Ben Stokes crowned Sports Personality of the Year 2019
It was wall-to-wall sporting royalty at the Sports Personality of the Year awards in Aberdeen last night and while it's obviously all about the winners, there were some outstanding performances in the fashion stakes
Here are some of the most dazzling looks from last night's ceremony:
Dina Asher-Smith (Athletics) - Golden girl Dina was all smiles as she was awarded third place in the Sports Personality of the Year main award.
Sky Brown (Skateboarding) - Sky is aiming to be Britain's youngest ever Olympian in Tokyo next year, when she will be 12.
Lucy Bronze (Football) - Bronze won UEFA Women's player of the Year 2019 and was named in the FIFA FIFPro Women's World XI.
Katarina Johnson-Thompson (Athletics) - The Liverpool-born heptathlete claimed gold in Doha with a new British record and was one of the six SPOTY nominees.
Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson (Para-athletics) - A tearful Tanni Grey-Thompson was a much-deserved winner of the Lifetime Achievement award.
Khadijah Mellah (Horse Racing) - The teenager made history this year as the first British woman to race in a hijab when she won the Magnolia Cup at Goodwood.
Catriona Matthew (Golf) - The Scot captained the victorious Solheim cup team to their historic win over the US this year.
Ama Agbeze (Netball) - The ex-Roses captain was unlucky to miss out on a spot at the World Cup in Liverpool this year.
Nicola Adams (Boxing) - The double Olympic Champion announced her retirement this year after damaging an eye.
Ellie Simmonds (Para-swimming) - The para-swimming poster girl is now looking ahead to Tokyo 2020.
Ebony Rainford-Brent (Cricket broadcaster) - The ex-England World Cup winner, turned broadcaster has commentated on a phenomenal year for English cricket.
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