Dancing On Ice’s Vanessa Bauer puts on a leggy display in hotpants paired with crop-top as she leads stars at interactive performance night in London
Dancing On Ice’s Vanessa Bauer led the stars at a gala performance of The Money on Thursday.
The professional ice skater, 24, put on a leggy display in black mini shorts for the evening at London County Hall.
Vanessa teamed her skimpy bottoms with a black crop top and longline tuxedo blazer ahead of the the immersive theatre and game play experience.
She boosted her height with elegant black heels and accessorised tastefully with a snakeskin clutchbag.
The Money sees a group of strangers given 60 minutes to decide how to spend a large sum of money.
However, if the participants cannot reach an agreement by the end of the hour, the money rolls over to the next performance. Audience members can choose whether to be a player or watch the action as a silent witness.
And the German native appeared to have her game face ready. She swept her brunette locks back in a sleek ponytail and wore full coverage make-up as she worked her best angles outside the venue.
She posed alongside professional skater Maria Sergejeva who contrasted against Vanessa in a lemon yellow suit and nude top.
Laura Hamilton also stepped out at the event, three days after revealing she was rushed to hospital after having a reaction to the Covid-19 vaccine.
The Place In The Sun host was joined on the outing by her husband Alex Goward as she smiled for the cameras after her hospital dash.
Taking to Instagram on Monday, the TV presenter shared a picture while in A&E with a face mask on as she seemingly waited to be seen by a medical professional.
She wrote over the image: ‘was supposed to be @corinthialondon for a Breast Cancer Afternoon Tea… instead I’m in A&E after a reaction to the second covid jab!’
Laura suffers from immune deficiency disease immune thrombocytopenic purpura, and after developing blood spots following the vaccine she was urged to go to hospital.
It is not clear which vaccine she received.
In a follow-up message, she thanked the NHS for their ‘amazing’ work and said that after having blood tests she was given the all clear.
She wrote: ‘Thank you for your kind well wishes! The NHS really are AMAZING!
‘I developed a few blood spots after my second covid jab and to be safe (beacuse of my ITP) I was advised to go to hospital. I’ve had blood tests and checks and been given the all clear!’
ITP is a blood disorder characterised by a decrease in the number of platelets in the blood and also can lead to easy or excessive bruising.
Vanessa Feltz put on a colourful display in a patterned cami dress which she paired with black sandal heels and turquoise earrings.
Her partner Ben Ofoedu lovingly wrapped his arm around her waist as he cut a laid-back figure in a denim shirt, shorts and a white tee.
Robert Rinder, who is known for hosting the reality courtroom series Judge Rinder, made an entrance in a navy three-piece suit and white shirt.
He beamed for the cameras before entering the grand building.
Actor Shaun Dooley arrived in style with his lookalike son, Jack, who kept him company for the evening.
The It’s A Sin star donned a navy shirt and jeans whilst his child kept things casual in a navy mac and maroon shirt.
Actress Nicola Stephenson attended the gala night with former Coronation Street star Charlie Condou.
She showcased her quirky sense of style in a patterned black smock dress and Charlie highlighted his slim silhouette in a light pink shirt and snug chinos.
Made In Chelsea newcomer Ruby Adler rocked up in a laid-back hockey jumper and baggy jeans which she paired with black trainers.