Dylan Mulvaney stuns in ruffled gown as she walks the red carpet at Attitude Awards 2023
Dylan Mulvaney wowed the crowd as she joined stars like Amanda Holden and BBC Radio 1 host Vick Hope at this year's Attitude Awards
CAMDEN, LONDON: TikTok sensation Dylan Mulvaney wowed the crowd as she joined stars at this year's Attitude Awards on Wednesday, October 11 at The Roundhouse in Camden, London.
The 26-year-old influencer, who came out as a transgender woman during the COVID-19 pandemic, posed for photographers in a gown with a billowing ruffled skirt.
Dylan Mulvaney stuns in ruffled gown
The skirt was floor-length and had a long train trailing behind Mulvaney as she walked down the red carpet. The dramatic gown also featured a stunning jeweled mesh bodice with black straps. It was encrusted with gleaming gold and black rhinestones that accumulated heavily on the bust.
The former Bud Light spokesperson wore her hair in an edgy side-swept style with the end of her blonde hair flipped up.
She smiled through her moody maroon lips, which matched her grungy smokey eyeshadow.
Mulvaney's features were softly sculpted with a luminous bronzing powder and a hint of peach blush to finish off her makeup look. She was seen blowing kisses at the cameras while exuding confidence on the red carpet.
Later, the social media influencer changed from a silver dress to a transparent black dress. Nicola Roberts and Kimberley Walsh from Girls Aloud, ceremony host Amanda Holden, and BBC Radio 1 host Vick Hope were among those who attended the event with her.
Event honors LGBTQ+ community's top leaders
The LGBTQ+ community's top leaders are honored at the annual celebration. Prior to the big night, the winners' identities were kept a closely guarded secret. They are revealed in the Attitude Awards issue the morning after, as reported by Daily Mail.
The evening's festivities honored members of the community while also allowing guests to take in a number of breathtaking live performances. At a special after-party for attendees, they partied until the early hours of the morning after the ceremony.
Amanda Holden 'always dreamt to host Attitude Awards'
Marking the announcement, Amanda said, "Since being crowned an Honorary Gay in 2017, it's always been a dream of mine to host the Attitude Awards and I couldn't think of a better person to co-host with than my dear friend Alan Carr."
Amanda added, 'It's so important right now to stand together as one and embrace this beautifully diverse world we live in and accept everyone for who they are. I can't wait to be surrounded by the community while dishing out the gongs in this year's ceremony," as per reports.
Alan said, "It's been a mixed year for our LGBTQIA+ family, some amazing progress has been made and yet some really distressing setbacks have knocked us for six, which just makes the Attitude Awards even more important and essential."
Alan added, "I am thrilled to be not only hosting this night but doing it with one of my besties Amanda! The most campest, raucous, fun night in the LGBTQIA+ calendar has just been given a bit more sparkle!"
To raise money for the Attitude Magazine Foundation, which supports LGBTQ causes, a charity prize draw was also held during the Awards.