Celebrities out in force for The Sun’s Who Cares Wins as Davina McCall and Susanna Reid dazzle on the red carpet
Davina McCall and Susanna Reid look stunning as they win awards on the red carpet at The Sun’s Who Cares Wins tonight.
Showcasing her hourglass figure in a chic black dress, presenter Davina flashed her rays as she posed for pictures at The Roundhouse in Camden.
Britain’s Susannah Good Morning turned heads in a sequined dress and flawless hair and makeup for the star-studded evening.
Tally favorite Ulrika dazzled in a sparkly mini dress and knee-high boots as she stepped out for the feel-good event.
Ice dancing duo Vanessa Bauer and Joey Essex dressed to impress, with the professional figure skater turning heads in a blue sequin dress and Joey looking dapper in a black suit.
Spice Girl Mel B cut a striking figure in an intricately detailed black jumpsuit, while Vicky Pattison wowed in a corseted black dress.
With his wife Victoria on his arm, Labor leader Sir Keir Starmer looked thrilled to be at the meeting.
Host Gabby Rosslyn embraced rock star chic in a flared flared shirt, while Virgin Radio’s Chris Evans was her usual self.
Olivia Atwood swapped her khakis for a blue suit and shirt from her I’m A Celebrity jungle stint.
Father-son duo Martin and Roman Kemp looked suave as ever, while Katie Piper showed off her style credentials in a sparkling suit.
Reality stars Meghan McKenna and Saffron Barker showed off the glamour, as did Kelsey Parker in a silver and shimmery cream coat.
The Sun’s Who Cares Wins Awards this week will honor champions from across the health sector.
Our glamorous event – presented by Davina and supported by The National Lottery – saw celebrities including Anthony Joshua, Jamie Oliver, Harry Redknapp, Mel B, Olivia Attwood, Susanna Reid, Ellie Symonds and Katie Piper We will see you next to all our lucky candidates.
And you can also watch this event at 18:30 next Sunday on Channel 4 and All 4.
Sun Dr Zoe Williams was one of the judges, alongside Claudia Winkleman, Christian Lampard, Tyrone Mings, Adam Kay, Penny Lancaster, Sun editor Victoria Newton and Ellie Everton, chief executive of NHS Together charity.
Dr Zoe explains what to expect and Ellie writes about why it’s vital to recognize our incredible NHS workforce.
“Being a judge this year was a lot of fun, but it definitely wasn’t easy,” says Dr. Zooey.
“Of the thousands that came in, every single one was an amazing story of people trying to help others.
“While some were full of hope, others were hard and heartbreaking to read – I’m not the only judge who choked up on more than one occasion.
From the selfless young caregiver who saved her mother’s life, to the fearless midwife who dodged bombs to care for expectant mothers in Ukraine, this year’s nominees are all winners and heroes.
It’s always an honor to hear their stories and read about how much we mean to each other.
“As a judge, narrowing down the nominations is not an easy task.
“Among them were breathtaking, life-saving emergencies as well as everyday stories of changing lives.
“I think the other judges would agree, if we can win it all, we definitely will.
“The NHS and the incredible voluntary sector are two of the best things about this country; seeing deserving doctors, volunteers and children shortlisted, treated as celebrities on the night by world-renowned actors, sportsmen, politicians and singers are always one of the highlights of the year for me
“Over the years I’ve been involved, I’ve had so many lovely chats with the winners and shortlists, who can’t believe they’re dealing with celebrities.
Who Cares wins the 2022 awards
The Sun’s Who Cares Wins will celebrate our dedicated healthcare workers at a glittering ceremony hosted by the one and only Davina McCall.
The show airs on Channel 4 and All 4 on November 27 at 6.30pm and here are the categories your health heroes could be in with a chance of winning:
Best Doctor – An NHS doctor – GP, hospital doctor or consultant
Best midwife – an NHS midwife who has provided great care for a woman or her baby
Best Team – Any NHS or healthcare team on the frontline and behind the scenes who have gone above and beyond the call of duty.
Best Nurse – An NHS nurse in any field
Best Health Charity – for a charity that has helped change lives
Unsung Hero – For someone who deserves to be recognized and honored for their work in helping others
Young Hero – For young people who have gone above and beyond. It is free for people under 18 years old
Mental Health Champion – For significant contribution to mental health
999 Hero – For teams and individuals who have stepped into a crisis
For the latest awards news, interviews and red carpet photos, visit The Sun’s Who Cares Wins awards page.
And they always belittle themselves when I tell them they deserve it.
Hospital porters who can take selfies with their favorite footballer or nurses who are used to 13-hour shifts rubbing shoulders with their favorite Strictly star.
“These awards are so much more than just one night.
They are an opportunity to make the true heroes of this country feel special and I can’t wait to meet them all in person.”
The Sun’s Who Cares Wins Awards will be broadcast on Channel 4 and All 4 on Sunday 6 November at 6.30pm.