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Helen Flanagan turns red carpet vixen in sheer dress

Helen Flanagan turns red carpet vixen in sheer dress

Entertainment
PAHELEN FLANAGAN: The Coronation Street actress wowed in the eye-catching sheer dressThe Coronation Street cast member — who plays fan-favourite Rosie Webster — is no stranger to dropping jaws with her blonde bombshell appearance.And Helen did just that when she arrived at The Sun Military Awards in London this evening.Ensuring all eyes were on her, the Brit beauty stepped onto the red carpet wearing a midi-length black gown with metallic embellishments.Showcasing her flair for fashion, the 27-year-old embraced the see-through clothing trend that has dominated 2017.WennBLONDE AMBITION: The 27-year-old dared to flash a little skinHelen Flanagan's sexiest moments We take a look at Helen Flanagan's sexiest moments Looking every inch the small screen siren in the sheer-panelled number, wh
OK! Beauty Awards: Amanda Holden joined by Strictly stars and A-listers on red carpet

OK! Beauty Awards: Amanda Holden joined by Strictly stars and A-listers on red carpet

Entertainment
Seven hundred guests descended on central London on Tuesday with a host of A-listers and TV stars among the star-studded red carpet line-up at the 16th installment of the awards.Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden hosted the awards, doling out gongs for 30 categories, including Best New Premium Skincare Product and Beauty Innovation of the Year. X Factor's Holly Tandy is performing at the ceremony, which will be attended by Daily Star and OK! owner Richard Desmond and his wife Joy.WENNALL SMILES: GBBO champ Candice Brown is at the awards hosted by Amanda Holden (R)MARK MOODYGLITZ: Joy and Richard Desmond joined Amanda Holden at the awardsWENNPOSE: Love Island babe Kady McDermott is at the awardsThe event opened with a speech from OK! Magazine editor in chief, Kirsty Tyler.Guests ...
Astronaut Buzz Aldrin rolls out the red carpet for Mars

Astronaut Buzz Aldrin rolls out the red carpet for Mars

Technology
Forty-eight years after he landed on the moon, Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin rolled out a red carpet for the red planet at a star-studded gala at the Kennedy Space Center. Aldrin, 87, commemorated the upcoming anniversary of the 1969 mission to the moon under a historic Saturn V rocket Saturday and raised more than $ 190,000 for his nonprofit space education foundation, ShareSpace Foundation. Aldrin believes people will be able to land on Mars by 2040, a goal NASA shares. The space agency is developing the Space Launch System and the Orion spacecraft to send Americans to deep space. Apollo astronauts Walt Cunningham, Michael Collins and Harrison "Jack" Schmitt joined Aldrin, one of 12 people to walk on the moon, at the sold-out fundraiser. "I like to think of myself as an innovative fut...