Frankie Bridge catches the eye in a blue knitted dress at BAFTA party


Frankie Bridge and Emily Atack looked incredible as she attended the EE British Academy Film Awards 2023 Vanity Fair Rising Star BAFTA‘s pre-party at JOIA in London.

The Saturdays singer, 34, showed off her impeccable style in a blue knitted dress with unique cut-out details.   

The Loose Women star boosted her height in a pair of clear heels while posing up a storm at the lavish event. 

She sported a dewy glam makeup look with a swipe of nude lipstick, while styling her short brunette tresses in loose waves. 

Meanwhile, Emily showed off her figure in a stunning black feather trim midi dress, teamed with matching stilettos.

Wow! Frankie Bridge and Emily Atack looked incredible as she attended the EE British Academy Film Awards 2023 Vanity Fair Rising Star BAFTA 's pre-party at JOIA in London

Looking good: The girls appeared in great spirits as they posed for snaps

Wow! Frankie Bridge and Emily Atack looked incredible as she attended the EE British Academy Film Awards 2023 Vanity Fair Rising Star BAFTA ‘s pre-party at JOIA in London

The TV star, 33, put on a brave face after the release of her emotional documentary, Emily Atack: Asking For It. 

She opted for a bronzed makeup palette which accentuated her natural features, with a glossy nude lipstick.

Emily swept her golden locks back into a bun and posed for a slew of sizzling snaps before the star-studded even.

Instagram model Sophia Hadjipanteli put on a busty display in a plunging silver dress, teamed with quirky heeled boots. 

The Cypriot star showed off her beauty, after talking about how her natural bushy unibrow helped propel her to fame.

Zoe Hardman put on a very leggy display in a pink mesh mini dress, while boosting her height in a pair of chunky heels.   

Incredible: The Saturdays singer, 34, showed off her impeccable style in a blue knitted dress with unique cut-out details

Incredible: The Saturdays singer, 34, showed off her impeccable style in a blue knitted dress with unique cut-out details

Stylish: The Loose Women star boosted her height in a pair of clear heels while posing up a storm at the lavish event

Stylish: The Loose Women star boosted her height in a pair of clear heels while posing up a storm at the lavish event

Stunning: She sported a dewy glam makeup look with a swipe of nude lipstick, while styling her short brunette tresses in loose waves

Stunning: She sported a dewy glam makeup look with a swipe of nude lipstick, while styling her short brunette tresses in loose waves

Glam: Emily Atack was also in attendance and showed off her figure in a stunning black feather trim midi dress, teamed with matching stilettos

Glam: Emily Atack was also in attendance and showed off her figure in a stunning black feather trim midi dress, teamed with matching stilettos

Still smiling: The TV star, 33, put on a brave face after the release of her emotional documentary, Emily Atack: Asking For It

Beauty: Emily swept her golden locks back into a bun

Still smiling: The TV star, 33, put on a brave face after the release of her emotional documentary, Emily Atack: Asking For It

Gorgeous: She opted for a bronzed makeup palette which accentuated her natural features, with a glossy nude lipstick

Gorgeous: She opted for a bronzed makeup palette which accentuated her natural features, with a glossy nude lipstick

Beauty: Emma Mackey shows off her sensational figure in a black skin-tight gown

Beauty: Emma Mackey shows off her sensational figure in a black skin-tight gown

The five nominees for this year’s prestigious BAFTA EE Rising Star Award were announced during a press conference at The Savoy Hotel in London.

Emma Mackey and Aimee Lou Wood, who play friends Aimee and Maeve in Sex Education, were among the nominees.

Naomi Ackie, who recently took on the iconic role of global superstar Whitney Houston in Whitney Houston: I Wanna Dance With Somebody was also on the nomination list.

The actress, 30, said of her nomination: ‘I’ve followed and been inspired by the EE BAFTA Film Awards for so many years, so to be recognised amongst this incredible group of artists is huge! 

‘This nod from the EE Rising Star jury, and to be recognised for my work in the country that I’ve grown up in, is also a nod of encouragement, to continue to create stories that speak to people. What a beautiful experience to be a part of.’

Bold: Instagram model Sophia Hadjipanteli put on a busty display in a plunging silver dress, teamed with quirky heeled boots

Bold: Instagram model Sophia Hadjipanteli put on a busty display in a plunging silver dress, teamed with quirky heeled boots

Stylish: Wallis Day stood out in a black mini dress with bold mesh layered sleeves, while accessorising with unique pearl cap

Wow! She completed the look with a pair of sheer tights and strappy heels

Stylish: Wallis Day stood out in a black mini dress with bold mesh layered sleeves, while accessorising with a unique pearl cap

Glamorous: Nominee Sheila Atim looked incredible in a little black dress

Glamorous: Nominee Sheila Atim looked incredible in a little black dress 

Glam: Tilly Keeper wows in a plunging red mini dress with rose detail, teamed with matching heels

Glam: Tilly Keeper wows in a plunging red mini dress with rose detail, teamed with matching heels

Eye-catching: Alicia Agneson showed off her unique style in a plunging purple gown

Looking good: She teamed the look with a matching cardigan

Eye-catching: Alicia Agneson showed off her unique style in a plunging purple gown 

Pretty in pink: Zoe Hardman put on a very leggy display in a pink mesh mini dress, while boosting her height in a pair of chunky heels

Pretty in pink: Zoe Hardman put on a very leggy display in a pink mesh mini dress, while boosting her height in a pair of chunky heels

Emma Mackey, who is set to feature in Barbie opposite Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling, was also shortlisted.

Commenting on her nomination, Emma said: ‘I am so grateful to BAFTA and EE for including me in this category. Being able to tell stories and make films is already such a blessing. To be nominated alongside these wonderful actors and for us all to be noticed by such a respected and inspiring institution is very humbling indeed.’

Daryl McCormack, who is well known for his lead role in British comedy-drama Good Luck to You, and Sheila Atim, who stars in the recently released historical epic feature film The Woman King, are also in the running for the award.

The award is now in its 18th year and is the only BAFTA voted for by the public. 

Voting is now open on the BAFTA website and the winner will be announced on Sunday 19 February at the EE BAFTA Film Awards ceremony.

The remaining BAFTA nominations will be announced on Thursday at 12pm in a livestream by actors Hayley Atwell ahead of the ceremony.

Jane Millichip, CEO at BAFTA, said: ‘Recognising and supporting creative talent is of the upmost importance to us at BAFTA which is why we are delighted to continue our partnership with EE and the EE Rising Star Award.

‘This year’s five nominees have displayed a breath-taking ability to tell stories and create characters that resonate with their audiences, and it’s now up to the British public to decide who will take home the award on 19th February.’

For the first time, the ceremony will include a live broadcast to reveal the final four category winners after previously being recorded and then broadcast on the same day.

Currently in the running is the Netflix anti-war epic All Quiet On The Western Front, which has been being longlisted in 15 categories.

The film, directed by Edward Berger and based on the 1929 novel of the same name by Erich Maria Remarque, features on the lists for best film and director.

Acclaim:  Netflix anti-war epic All Quiet On The Western Front leads this year's nominations for the EE British Academy Film Awards

Acclaim: Currently in the running is the Netflix anti-war epic All Quiet On The Western Front, which has been being longlisted in 15 categories

Black comedy-drama The Banshees Of Inisherin, starring Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson, is close behind with 14 nods.

Quirky science-fiction thriller Everything Everywhere All At Once and Baz Luhrmann’s biopic of Elvis are both longlisted in 12 categories. 

Top Gun: Maverick appears in eight categories, as do Babylon, Tar and Aftersun.

The Baftas will be broadcast on BBC One and BBC iPlayer on February 19. 

Nod: Black comedy-drama The Banshees Of Inisherin, starring Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson, is close behind with 14 nods

 Nod: Black comedy-drama The Banshees Of Inisherin, starring Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson, is close behind with 14 nods



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