Marnie Simpson reveals all in sheer dress at the National Television Awards 2017
The Geordie Shore star revealed a little bit too much as she attended the event at the 02 Arena in London.
Marnie wore a lace sheer dress that seemed to show the 25-year-old had ditched her underwear for the star-studded bash.
It appeared she had decided to go knickerless on the night, which left nothing to the imagination as she flaunted her incredible figure.
The brunette beauty made it to the final in last year’s Celebrity Big Brother and came fourth after she struck up a relationship with fellow housemate Lewis Bloor.
Marnie Simpson seemed to have flashed her modesty last night
Marnie Simpson appeared to forget her underwear at the event
Her co-star on the MTV show, Chloe Ferry, didn’t make it as far this time round after she was the fifth celebrity to be evicted out of the Borehamwood Bungalow.
Elsewhere at the event, Carol Vorderman put on a sensational display in an eye-popping gown that struggled to contain her ample assets.
Susanna Reid dazzled in a glitzy dress and was later on stage with a gagged Piers Morgan after a controversial week on Good Morning Britain.
Ola Jordan was also seen on the night in a backless gown that showed off her ample bust and plenty of cleavage.
Marnie revealed all as she walked down the red carpet
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CBB's Marnie appeared to flash everything on the red carpet
Meanwhile, Holly Willoughby stunned in a light pink frock that flaunted major cleavage after This Morning won another National Television Award.
The day-time show won an award for the Live Magazine category and the cast flocked to the stage where Philip Schofield began his thank you speech by remembering the show’s agony aunt, Denise Robertson, who died in 2016.
He said: "We'll start on a sort of serious note, just to say that this time last year we had Denise Robertson on stage with us and we really miss her."
Holding up the silver trophy, Phillip continued: "So, this is for Denise Robertson this year."