Alex Scott’s daring appearance on Children In Need leaves viewers distracted

Alex Scott looked incredible as she turned heads in a cut-out thigh-split dress as she presented Children In Need.

The Football Focus host joined her co-stars Chris Ramsey, Lenny Rush, Jason Manford, Mel Giedroyc, Ade Adepitan and Lenny Rush on the programme tonight.

The 39-year-old donned a floor-length black gown which featured spaghetti straps which she paired with heels.

She accessorised her jaw-dropping look with a dazzling choker necklace and the on-screen star pulled her hair back into a ponytail as she added a middle parting.

BBC viewers tuning into the fundraising programme were gobsmacked by Alex’s appearance and rushed to X, formerly Twitter to comment.

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One person gushed: “Alex Scott you beauty.”

Another commented: “Alex Scott and Chris Ramsey look amazing tonight as well can’t believe it’s now been 4 years since they were on #Strictly.”

“Alex Scott my queen presenting Children in Need she looks stunning,” a third penned.

A fourth person added: “Alex Scott [heart eye emoji] Wow!”

Alex’s appearance comes after viewers received a surprise from the Princess of Wales who opened the show on Friday evening.

Princess Kate, 41, was the surprise opening act of the annual charity fundraiser in a video message.

She told the audience: “Hello everyone. I’m delighted that Children in Need have invited me to open this evening’s show.

“Tonight is all about helping to support, champion and empower all children to be the very best they can be, which is crucial for their future health and happiness,’ the mother-of-three explained.

“Our relationships, surroundings and experiences during the earliest years lay the foundations that shape the rest of our lives.

“And yet sadly, we know that for too many people, stressful and traumatic situations in early childhood can cause harm and it can take many years to overcome.”

Children In Need is available to watch on BBC iPlayer

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