Mary Earps, Alex Scott and Rebecca Adlington led the stars attended the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Awards at MediaCityUK in Salford on Tuesday.
Lionesses goalkeeper Mary, 30, looked sensational for the evening as she donned a black plunging gown with a sheer lace detail.
The footballer’s garment also featured a cut out detail along the midriff while she styled her tresses into loose waves for the event.
It was a successful night for Mary as she won the Sports Personality of the Year Award after being named as the favourite ahead of the ceremony.
Alex, 39, effortlessly turned heads as she arrived on the red carpet in an orange long-sleeved gown with a plunging neckline.
The dress also featured a high leg split while the presenter boosted her frame with matching heels.
Former competitive swimmer Rebecca, 34, attended the event alongside her husband Andy Parsons after she recently opened up about her heartbreaking miscarriage.
The athlete shared her miscarriage journey on Instagram through a montage of moments from when she discovered she was pregnant till her baby Harper’s passing.
The couple looked in good spirits on the red carpet with Rebecca arriving in a purple mini dress with a gold leaf print.
The former I’m A Celebrity star added height to her frame with a pair of hold heels and paired them with a matching handbag.
Andy looked dapper in a brown velvet blazer which he paired with a matching turtle neck jumper and black trousers.
Also in attendance was Alex’s girlfriend Jess Glynne, however the private pair did not pose for photos together on the red carpet.
The singer, 34, opted for a black blazer and matching trousers for the awards along with a pair of chunky boots.
Aimee Fuller cut a glamorous figure in a red long-sleeved dress with a cut out along the midriff that highlighted her toned figure.
The snowboarder put on a leggy display in the garment which also featured long sleeves and a turtle neck.
Also wearing a pair of animal print heels, Aimee styled her blonde locks into loose waves for the evening.
Also in attendance at the event was Terri Harper who was joined by her girlfriend Gemma Harte.
The boxer donned a black off the shoulder dress with a high leg split, pairing it with matching heels.
Paula Radcliffe looked incredible in a black midi dress which she paired with matching heels.
The long-distance runner, who has won the London Maraton three times, compelted her look with a matching handbag.
Meanwhile, Stuart Broad put on a loved-up display with his wife Mollie King who looked incredible in a white off the shoulder dress.
The Saturdays singer’s outfit featured a layered a-symmetric neckline while she wore her blonde tresses in an updo.
Retired cricketer Stuart kept things simple as he opted for a classic black suit for the ceremony.
Holly Hamilton looked radiant as ever as she slipped into a dark green off the shoulder gown with a sweetheart neckline.
The TV presenter cinched her waist with a silver belt and complimented her outfit with a gold handbag.
Jill Scott turned heads in a sheer long-sleeved top which she paired with baby blue trousers and matching heels.
The Lionesses star arrived to the event alongside fellow footballer Jen Beattie in a black blazer and matching trousers.
Beth Tweddle donned a black mini dress with a floral print as she posed on the red carpet alongside her husband Andy Allen.
Elsewhere, Tommy Fury looked suave in a black pinstripe suit which he paired with matching shoes and a light blue shirt.
The winner of the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award is set to be revealed this evening.
England goalkeeper Mary Earps was named BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2023 at the awards.
The Manchester United shot-stopper won the 70th edition of the award in a public vote at the annual ceremony.
Cricketer Stuart Broad finished in second place, while athlete Katarina Johnson-Thompson was third.
Mary was on a six-person shortlist for the main award alongside Broad, Johnson-Thompson, wheelchair tennis player Alfie Hewett, jockey Frankie Dettori and golfer Rory McIlroy.
The 30-year-old was the favourite to win the award after starring at the World Cup for the Lionesses, conceding just four goals in their run the final and winning the Golden Glove trophy.
Mary is the second straight Lioness to win Sports Personality of the Year after team-mate Beth Mead earned the prize last year, and the third consecutive woman to come out on top, with Emma Raducanu winning it back in 2021 off the back of her unexpected US Open victory.
After picking up the award from ice dancers Torvill and Dean, Mary said on stage: ‘I’d like to say how humbled I am to be on a list of such incredible athletes… sport is a fantastic thing where it brings the world together, to hear you guys talk about your journeys, I think it’s unbelievable.
‘Thanks for voting for me, everybody who voted for me… this is the ultimate all-round sporting accolade. It’s not been the easiest journey and I definitely wouldn’t be here today without a number of incredible people.
‘Thank you so much to my teammates and coaches, I wouldn’t be here without you all’
Olivia Martin is a dedicated sports journalist based in the UK. With a passion for various athletic disciplines, she covers everything from major league championships to local sports events, delivering up-to-the-minute updates and in-depth analysis.