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Davina McCall leads glam arrivals at The Sun’s star-studded Who Cares Wins awards

DAVINA McCall has led the glamorous arrivals at The Sun’s star-studded Who Cares Wins awards.

The TV star, 53, looked like she was having a ball as she stunned in a  show-stopping white gown on the red carpet.

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Davina McCall has led the arrivals at The Sun’s Who Cares Wins awards[/caption]

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The TV star, 53, stunned in a show-stopping white gown on the red carpet[/caption]

The annual event will shine the spotlight on the selfless healthcare workers and volunteers who dedicate their lives to helping others.

The glittering ceremony will be presented by Davina and sponsored by The National Lottery.

It will see celebrities including James Corden, Anthony Joshua, Piers Morgan, Emily Atack, Zara McDermott, Olivia Attword, Harry Rednapp and many others, cheering on all our lucky nominees.

In its sixth year, the awards will be all the more special as the NHS celebrates its 75th anniversary.

To see the winners in full the awards, in partnership with NHS Charities Together, will air on Channel 4 and All 4 on Sunday at 6.30pm.

Davina said: “The NHS has had quite a hard time with people complaining, waiting times or things like that.

“But anybody that works in it, it’s not their fault. They give everything they’ve got.

“I’m sure the people who work in the NHS understand that they are not angry with them, but they bear the brunt of a lot.

“All they want to do is help people. You’re not doing it for fame or the money.

“You’re doing it because it’s a vocation. You were born to help people.

“We know how hard it is on the people that work in it.

“And if there’s ­anything that we can do to celebrate those people, and say thank you, it’s one of the most worthy things we can do.

“If you ask anybody in Britain about one of the things they are most proud of, it would be our NHS.

“If there was one thing that Covid taught us, that will stick with us, is that without it we’re done.

“This idea that treatment is free for everyone is so unique and so precious.”

She added: “I mean, 75 years of the NHS — that’s quite something to celebrate.

“My daughter is working in the NHS. Shes working in hospitals on placements.

“She’ll do another placement at Christmas, then she’ll do her dissertation before she graduates next June.

“Then she’ll go straight to the NHS.”

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