Lizzie Cundy looked typically glamorous in a red gown at Simon Cowell’s Together for Short Lives Ball in London on Tuesday.
The former WAG, 53, wowed in the stunning ensemble which donned a dramatic leg split and beaded detailing around her waist.
At the star-studded charity ball, Simon auctioned off a portrait of himself for more than £10,000 to raise funds for families caring for ill children.
Stunning: Lizzie Cundy looked typically glamorous in a red gown at Simon Cowell’s Together for Short Lives Ball in London on Tuesday
Work of art: At the star-studded charity ball, Simon auctioned off a portrait of himself for more than £10,000 to raise funds for families caring for ill children
Lizzie completed her stunning ensemble with red heels and a sheer shawl to cover her shoulders.
She accessorised with a silver necklace which wrapped around her neck and fell towards her chest.
Her brunette locks were styled in soft curls and her glam makeup featured a smokey eye look.
As well as live entertainment a luxury auction was held on the night where guests were able to bid on once in a lifetime prizes to raise funds.
Wow! The former WAG, 53, wowed in the stunning ensemble which donned a dramatic leg split and beaded detailing around the waist
Beautiful: Lizzie completed her stunning ensemble with red heels and a sheer shawl to cover her shoulders
Gorgeous: Lizzie looked stunning as she joined her pals Domaine des Jeanne and Errol Douglas on the red carpet
The picture of Simon donated of him dressed in a red race suit, holding a helmet, was auctioned off for more than £10,000 at the event.
The portrait was titled ‘If I wasn’t famous?’ and reached its lofty price by creating a bidding war.
Many stars stepped out for the glittering event, including Alesha Dixon, Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen and Tom Allen.
Hot commodity: Simon’s portrait – titled ‘If I wasn’t famous?’ created a bidding war and was sold for more than £10,000
Attendees: Alesha Dixon looked stunning in a mesh black dress as she posed at the event alongside Errol Douglas
Since 2018, The Together for Short Lives Ball has raised over three quarters of a million pounds.
The money raised goes to support vital work supporting families caring for children with life limiting conditions across the UK.
This year the charity partnered with M&S Food and aim to raise £300,000.
Stylish: Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen turned heads as he arrived in a striking bird-patterned blazer
Classic: Simon wore his signature outfit of a low cut white shirt and grey suit
Cowell’s charity event comes after he stepped down from the judging panel of upcoming ITV musical game show Walk The Line.
The music mogul will now be replaced by Gary Barlow, someone he’s confident ‘will do a fantastic job.’
The anticipated six-part series is set to air later this year and will present an opportunity for musical variety acts to win a life-changing sum of money.
Headliner: Attendees enjoyed a performance from Craig David who cut a stylish figure in a silk blue bomber jacket
Party time: Tom Allen also joined the festivities as he crowded round a table decorated with large flower arrangements
The show was set to represent Simon’s return to primetime TV judging after the plug was pulled on The X Factor earlier this year – but the star has confirmed his role will be limited to behind the camera.
According to reports in The Sun, Simon’s decision to step down comes with hopes he will be able to spend more time with his partner Lauren Silverman and their seven-year-old son Eric.
Despite not appearing onscreen – a contrast to what UK and US audiences have become accustomed to over the past two decades – Cowell will take on the role of executive producer.
New gig: The music mogul will now be replaced by Gary Barlow, someone he’s confident ‘will do a fantastic job’
The entrepreneur told the publication: ‘This is a situation where I have decided it is right for me to focus on my role as the Creator and Producer as we build up to the hugely exciting launch.
‘Gary’s musical pedigree is second to none – and we have known each other a long time now – so I am delighted he is picking up the baton for me for the first series of Walk The Line. I know he will do a fantastic job.’
Cowell and the Take That hitmaker previously worked together on the UK version of the X Factor.
Gary said in an official statement that he was ‘so excited to be involved.’
Hit show: Simon on the X Factor with judges Gary Barlow, Tula Contostavlos, Kelly Rowland and Louis Walsh