Sam, 27, flashed her cleavage in a seriously plunging sequinned suit while fellow new mum Ferne, 28, dazzled in a skintight corset gown.
Initially, the first Danish Week in the history of The Great British Bake Off seemed to be a mere novelty. But it quickly became a nail-biting ordeal.
Caroline Flack continued to steal the limelight on Tuesday evening, as she attended the star-studded ITV gala held at The Royal Festival Hall in London.
Caroline Flack, 38, showed her stunning engagement ring as she wowed in a little black dress at an exclusive dinner hosted by Gizzi Erskine in London.
Spencer Matthews and Vogue Williams are reportedly set to star in their own reality series.
Zoe Ball playfully teased Neil Jones on Strictly series It Takes Two amid his marriage woes with fellow dancer Katya.
He has receded quite a bit from the public eye lately. And Rob Kardashian has been concentrated on self-improvement during his period of relative privacy, a source told Entertainment Tonight .
DailyMail.com can exclusively reveal that the 25-year-old No Tears Left To Cry hitmaker skipped a dress rehearsal on Tuesday for the upcoming NBC special.
The two actors play husband and wife Harry and Veronica Rawlins in director Steve McQueen's rollicking thriller Widows.
First Man, the captivating story of how, in the famous summer of ’69, astronaut Neil Armstrong came to make that ‘one small step’ into the history books, writes BRIAN VINER.
Downton star Joanne Froggatt is recharging her batteries by returning to the stage to work with theatre chieftain Nicholas Hytner on the 'mother of all roles'.
Brian Viner reviews the likes of A Star Is Born, Johnny English Strikes Again and Venom. Don't get your hopes up for the superhero flick though, Viner isn't impressed.
Emma Stone has revealed how she got up to some raucous antics with her co-stars Olivia Colman and Rachel Weisz in the run-up to making a riotous romp of a film about Queen Anne.
BRIAN VINER: The Wife is a deeply intelligent film about power, love and delusion in a long-term relationship, but its theatricality doesn’t always translate successfully to the silver screen.
BRIAN VINER: Kevin Hart produced, co-wrote and stars in this dispiritingly clunky, witless comedy, so he takes most of the blame. Hart cannot save this feeble comedy from itself.
Ralph Fiennes (pictured) will be going into the trenches in the new Kingsman film: a prequel that will explore the origins of the intelligence organisation.
BRIAN VINER: Almost 50 years have passed since Michael Caine led a band of virile young criminals over the Alps to Turin in The Italian Job. Now here he is, at the other end of his career.
BRIAN VINER: The 75th Venice Film Festival has begun very promisingly. The Favourite, set in the debauched court of England’s Queen Anne is a hoot.