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Natalie Bassingthwaighte at the red carpet at the InStyle and Audi Women of Style Awards 

Natalie Bassingthwaighte, 43, puts on an animated display on the red carpet at the InStyle and Audi Women of Style Awards in Sydney

Natalie Bassingthwaighte, 43, was in fine form at the 11th annual InSyle and Audi Women of Style Awards in Sydney on Wednesday night.

The age-defying Neighbours star was all smiles as she graced the red carpet looking confident in a very fetching white mini-dress.

The outfit was paired with an A-line skirt and featured gathered fabric detailing at the waist and shoulder. 

Stepping out! Natalie Bassingthwaighte (pictured), 43, put on an animated display on the red carpet at the InStyle and Audi Women of Style Awards in Sydney on Wednesday night

Stepping out! Natalie Bassingthwaighte (pictured), 43, put on an animated display on the red carpet at the InStyle and Audi Women of Style Awards in Sydney on Wednesday night 

The former Rogue Traders singer accessorised her outfit with strappy see-through pumps and a lilac-coloured Dolce & Gabbana leather purse. 

Nat’s glowing skin contrasted well with her multi-layered mini dress and flamenco-red lipstick.

The popular TV presenter was in a playful mood at the star-studded event, and was even seen making faces for the cameras.

Best foot forward! The blonde beauty was all smiles as she graced the red carpet looking confident in a very fetching white mini-dress

Best foot forward! The blonde beauty was all smiles as she graced the red carpet looking confident in a very fetching white mini-dress

Racy ruffles: The outfit was paired with an A-line skirt and featured gathered fabric detailing at the waist and shoulder

Racy ruffles: The outfit was paired with an A-line skirt and featured gathered fabric detailing at the waist and shoulder

At one point, the blonde beauty stood open-mouthed as if seeing something amazing in the distance. 

Then it was back down to business posing up a storm for the cameras. 

Natalie was in good company at the do, rubbing shoulders with Phoebe Burgess, Sam Frost and Elyse Knowles.

All smiles: The singer and actress flashed a beaming smile for the cameras

All smiles: The singer and actress flashed a beaming smile for the cameras  

The event recognised ten ‘future shaping’ women who had excelled in their fields, including film, science, culture, equality and human rights.

Natalie appeared not to have a care in the world at the awards, despite the fact that Channel Ten’s Changing Rooms reboot, which she hosted, was recently ‘rested’ by the network for poor ratings. 

The singer was announced as the host of rejigged renovation show last year, only for Ten to pull the plug at the end of February.  

The in-crowd: Natalie was in good company at the event, rubbing shoulders with Phoebe Burgess, Sam Frost and Elyse Knowles

The in-crowd: Natalie was in good company at the event, rubbing shoulders with Phoebe Burgess, Sam Frost and Elyse Knowles

The home makeover program averaged just 204,000 metro viewers in its primetime Wednesday timeslot.

And after the show was quickly moved to Friday and Saturday nights, its audience numbers fell even further, drawing metro audiences of 196,000 and 135,000 respectively.

In better news for Natalie, she landed the iconic role of Roxanne ‘Roxie’ Hart in the Australian production of Chicago in March.  

Speaking to The Daily Telegraph recently, Natalie said the coveted role of Roxi – which was famously played by US actress Renée Zellweger in the musical’s 2002 film adaptation – has been ’20 years in the making’.

Style file: The event recognised ten 'future shaping' women who had excelled in their fields, including film, science, culture, equality and human rights

Style file: The event recognised ten ‘future shaping’ women who had excelled in their fields, including film, science, culture, equality and human rights

Daily Mail UK

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