Rita Ora Gets Daring in Plunging Dramatic Gown at 2018 Evening Standard Theatre Awards

Showcasing her slender frame, the British songstress wows in a glamorous pale pink gown when she arrives at the event.

AceShowbiz - Rita Ora has always been able to capture people's attention with her fashion choice whenever and wherever she goes, and her arrival at the 2018 Evening Standard Theatre Awards is no exception. The British songstress turned heads when she hit the red award at Theatre Royal in central London on Sunday evening, November 18.

Showcasing her slender frame, the "Let Me Love You" singer wowed in a glamorous pale pink gown which featured a deep plunging neckline and feathers that fanned over the bodice and formed a high collar behind her neck. She had her icy blonde locks pulled back in a bun and matched her pink dress with rosy makeup to add the glam.

As for her accessories, Rita decided to keep it simple. The "Fifty Shades Freed" star sported a pair of large stud earrings and dark pink bracelet.

The Evening Standard Theatre Awards honored the biggest names in theater production in London. Hosted by Claire Foy and Idris Elba, this year's ceremony saw "Hamilton" and "The Inheritance" among the winner list. While the latter nabbed the biggest honor, the Lin-Manuel Miranda-produced Broadway smash brought home Best Musical.

In addition to giving away awards to the winners, the star-studded event also featured performances from some of most popular shows. Jonathan Bailey kicked off the event by performing "Getting Married Today" from "West End Company" before Michael Jibson delivered a rendition of "You'll Be Back" from "Hamilton". John Galliano additionally took the stage to pay a tribute to those who work behind the scenes during a theater production.

Also attending this year's ceremony were Suki Waterhouse, "Black Panther" star Letitia Wright and Anna Wintour among others. Without further ado, let's take a look at what these stars rocked at the event.

1. Daring in Pink

Daring in Pink

Rita Ora's plunging gown also featured a floor-skimming train.

2. Another Pink, but This Time It Looks Delicate

Another Pink, but This Time It Looks Delicate

Joely Richardson looked soft yet glamor in a long pale link dress with elegant ruffle detailing.

3. Fun and Flirty

Fun and Flirty

Suki Waterhouse rocked a pale blue floral dress with puffed sleeves.

4. Looking Glamorous in Black

Looking Glamorous in Black
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Letitia Wright wowed in a black lace dress with sheer skirt.

5. Statement Making Look

Statement Making Look

Claire Foy opted for monochrome look in an off-the-shoulder Alexander McQueen gown.

6. Going Masculine

Going Masculine
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Stella McCartney draped her black blazer on her shoulder as he paired it with matching top and pants.

7. Oriental Look

Oriental Look
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Anna Wintour paired her fur coat with an oriental-themed brown gown.

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