Last night London played host to the Glamour Women Of The Year Awards – an event full to the brim with glam UK celebs, and a couple of Hollywood stars too... but everyone was talking about Lily Allen's new pink do! Lily was there to pick up the Editor's Special Award for all she's done this year, editor Jo Elvin explained:
"With reams of column inches to match her considerable talents, no Women of the Year line-up could be complete without the one and only Lily Allen."
She's certainly made an impact this year, that's for sure! Just over half of the Spice Girls glammed themselves up to attend – Mel B, Emma and Geri picked up the award for Best Band – and brought their partners too. Daisy Lowe was on hand to support Man Of The Year Mark Ronson, Paul O'Grady helped Best International Musician Beth Ditto down the perilous stage steps, and lovely Joanna Page won Best Comedy Actress for her work on the amazing Gavin And Stacey.
To check out all the winners from last night and two huge (and pretty fun) galleries of the celebs who attended including Kate Beckinsale, Fearne Cotton, Alexa Chung, Hayden Panettiere, Michael Urie and others, just read more
TV Personality: Dannii Minogue
UK TV Actress: Keeley Hawes
International Musician: Beth Ditto
Accessories Designer: Tamara Mellon
Entrepreneur: Kate Moss
Film-maker: Jane Goldman
Theatre Actress: Kelly Osbourne
Writer; Cecilia Ahern
Presenter: Fearne Cotton
Editor’s Special: Lily Allen
Radio Personality: Jo Whiley
Aussie Hair Care Newcomer: Hayden Panettiere
UK Solo Artist: Leona Lewis
Comedy Actress: Joanna Page
Band: Spice Girls
Man of the Year: Mark Ronson
Inspiration: Annie Lennox
Film Actress: Kate Beckinsale
Images incude: Lily Allen, Mel B, Geri Halliwell, Jade Jones, Emma Bunton, Keeley Hawes, Philip Glenister, Paul O'Grady, Daisy Lowe, Alfie Allen, Jaime Winstone, James Corden, Lisa Snowdon, Estelle, Claudia Winkleman, Fearne Cotton, Alexa Chung, Mark Ronson, Beth Ditto, Sam Sparro, Kate Beckinsale, Len Wiseman, Joanna Page, Kelly Osbourne, Jane Goldman, Jonathan Ross, James Brown, Jo Whiley, Dan Gillespie-Sells, Richard Jones, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Michael Urie, Tamara Mellon, Hayden Panettiere, Kirsty Gallacher, Davinia Taylor, Kimberley Stewart, William Moseley.