TRIC Awards 2021: Kate Garraway and Phillip Schofield lead stars arriving on red carpet for glitzy ceremony

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Kate Garraway was a vision in white as she walked the red carpet for the TRIC Awards on Wednesday 15 September.

Kate, 54, lead stars who are are turning up on the red carpet ahead of the star-studded ceremony, which is in partnership with OK!.

This year's ceremony is being hosted by Capital Breakfast star Roman Kemp, who is also nominated for a gong himself.

Roman will present the show, where a string of awards will be handed to celebrity winners for a number of categories including gongs for Best News Presenter, Podcast of the Year and Best New Drama.


Piers Morgan is going up against his former Good Morning Britain colleague Susanna Reid and BBC host Huw Edwards for Best News Presenter.

Meanwhile, Ant and Dec have been nominated for the Best TV Personality and will go up against Alison Hammond and Bradley Walsh for the win.

If the TV duo were to grab the award, it will complete an eventful week for the stars as they recently made history after winning the National Television Award for Best TV Presenter for the 20th years in a row.

Viewers who wish to tune in to the awards, which can be accessed via a livestream online, will also be treated to a performance from Mica Paris.

Joining the string of dressed up celebs were ITV stars Phillip Schofield at the star-studded event.

Phillip looked smart in a charcoal suit. He added a navy blue turtle neck top underneath as he smiled for cameras.

He was seen without his TV bestie Holly Willoughby, but she is sure to join him as their show, This Morning, is nominated for the Best Daytime Award.

Piers Morgan posed with his thumb up as he arrived on the red carpet, hinting he is confident about his nomination for the News Presenter gong.

The former Good Morning Britain star wished his former colleague Susanna Reid and BBC newsreader Huw Edwards, who are also up for the award, good luck in a tweet before the ceremony.

He also made reference to losing the Nation Television Award to Ant and Dec last week as he wrote: "Looking forward to the prestigious @TRICawards later today.

"I'm nominated for News Presenter of the Year, up against @thehuwedwards and someone called @susannareid100….

"On a positive note, at least Ant & Dec can't win it."

Meanwhile, Love Island star Liberty Poole made a confident appearance, following her public split from Jake Cornish on the reality dating show.

Liberty, 21, looked chic in a brown two-piece suit. She kept the jacket open and wore a black, lacy bodysuit underneath, in true showbiz style.

She added a pop of colour with her makeup as she donned red lipstick on her plump pout.

Joining the reality star guests for the evening was Demi Jones, who recently said she's "staying positive" amid her thyroid cancer battle.

The 23 year old oozed glamour in a figure-hugging black, floor-length dress, which had a split down the front to show off her toned pins.

EastEnders star James Bye looked dapper as he sported a navy blue blazer, which had a pop of colour with orange buttons and an orange pocket square.

He looked rugged with his beard and topped off the look with a pair of reading glasses, which had a wide black frame.

Meanwhile, Good Morning Britain star Charlotte Hawkins looked gorgeous in a silver and white frilled dress.

Charlotte's eye catching outfit also had blue and gold sequins embellished on, which she matched with a strappy, white high heeled shoe.

The GMB newsreader smiled as she stood alongside her colleagues Richard Arnold and Dr Hilary Jones on the red carpet at the glam event.

Charlotte, Richard and Dr Hilary and the rest of the GMB crew will undoubtedly been excited for the event as the show is nominated for the Best Multi-channel News Show.

Hollyoaks star Jorgie Porter brought the glamour to the red carpet as she strutted her stuff in an emerald green dress.

The ruched, slinky number complimented her figure as she posed for snaps.

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