The “Mean Girls” actress wore a black semi-see-through dress that gave onlookers a view of her underwear as she made her rounds at the inaugural 2015 Fia Formula E Visa London ePrix Gala Dinner.
And it looks like LiLo was in good company as she joined famous females like Jodie Kidd, Sarah Ferguson, Natalie Imbruglia, Tamara Beckwith and Lady Victoria Hervey.
Torvill and Dean's ice dancing format has never been the most glamorous of reality shows. It's never pulled in the biggest names (Tamara Beckwith, Elen Rivas, Bobby Davro) and it's always been in the shadow of its slicker, more stylish cousin over on BBC One, Strictly.
However, across its eight years the show has created many memorable TV moments and even if some of them are for the totally wrong reasons, Digital Spy is raising a toast to the series today by remembering them.
Jennifer Ellison gets sliced! We've got a bleeder!
Dancing on Ice has had many nasty injuries down the years - broken bones,
The British stars joined socialite Tamara Beckwith and rapper Chipmunk to suggest ideas for outfits to be sold at a U.K. department store.
Lethal Weapon 2 star Kensit designed a jacket, while Burke worked on party dresses and Chipmunk focused on streetwear.
Proceeds from sales of the clothes will go to the Children in Need charity.
In company of the princes, Bond star Daniel Craig arrived at the premiere fully dressed in black tuxedo. Still sporting a sling for his injured shoulder, Craig was accompanied by his partner U.S. producer Satsuki Mitchell. Joining him for the event were his co-stars, Olga Kurylenko, Gemma Arterton, Giancarlo Giannini, Judi Dench and Mathieu Amalric, as well as Bond filmmakers, director Marc Forster and producer Barbara Broccoli.
Also at the special event were Samantha Bond, Colin Salmon,Bob Geldof, Elle Macpherson, Katherine Jenkins, Robbie Coltrane, Rick Yune, Karen Elson,
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