Stacey Solomon rocks quirky dress on red carpet as poses with partner Joe Swash

Loose Women panelist Stacey Solomon made a bold fashion statement this evening with a unique choice of dress.

The ruffled number was layered with monochrome colours – starting with silver, then moving into gold and white.

Stacey, 29, completed the ensemble with a pair of matching silver heels.

Hitting up the red carpet for ITV's Palooza, Stacey had her man and Dancing On Ice hopeful Joe Swash on her arm.

The cheeky chappy chose a blue and black three-piece suit, with his shirt open at the collar.

The united front comes after Stacey bluntly announced that marriage prospects between the two are "on the back burner."


Stacey and Joe now share little baby Rex, born earlier this year – Stacey also has two other sons, and Joe has one.

"It's not the biggest thing in our lives at the moment," she said, "We've got four kids between us, so we're just focused on making sure they're happy and that everything's not too complicated for them because there's a lot of dynamics in having a blended family.

"So marriage is on the back burner. And I really struggle being the centre of attention – that's why I love being on Loose Women because I'm one of four.


"It's embarrassing when it's all about you. That part of a wedding makes me cringe."

The Royal Festival Hall is playing host to a star-studded guest list this evening for the Palooza, an annual presentation to commercial customers.

Formerly known as the ITV Gala, other stars who have struck a pose include Love Islanders Tommy Fury, Lucie Donlan and Amy Hart, TOWIE bombshells Olivia Attwood and Georgia Kousoulou, former Geordie Shore legend Vicky Pattison and, of course, opinionated Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan.

Diva Forever herself, Gemma Collins, was also on the red carpet looking fabulous in turquoise.

This Morning's Holly Willoughby, former Saturday Rochelle Humes and X Factor Celeb favourite Megan McKenna are among the other big names hitting up the event.

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