Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Strictly Come braless: Nancy Dell'Olio leaves her underwear at home but it's not a good look

By Kirsty Mccormack

Not a good look: Nancy Dell'Olio decided to wear no bra to the Bad Sex in Fiction Award event tonight

She may have admitted to having Botox to keep her looking young but there's one sign of age Nancy Dell'Olio can't hide.

The 50-year-old Italian American made a fashion faux pas tonight when she decided to go braless in public.

Wearing a green glittery jumper, Nancy mingled at the Bad Sex In Fiction Award event and it was pretty obvious that she'd left her underwear at home.

Catching up: Nancy and Barbara Windsor seemed to be getting on very well at the literary event

The former Strictly Come Dancing contestant made matters even worse by wearing the clingy garment with a pair of skintight wet-look trousers and over-the-knee suede boots.

She wore her dark hair in a high bun and didn't seem bothered at all about her assets dropping quite low.

Nancy spent time hugging and laughing with former EastEnders star, Barbara Windsor, and the pair even spent some time with Rachel Johnson.

Night out together: The former EastEnders star brought along her husband Scott Mitchell

Public speaker: Barbara gave a speech at the event which saw U.S. author David Guterson scoop the dreaded prize

Barbara opted for the smart look wearing a long black blazer and trousers with a black and white striped shirt.

The actress brought along her husband Scott Mitchell who also dressed up in a suit for the occasion.

Barbara gave a speech as she presented the award at the annual event held at the In and Out club in St James Square.

But she looked like she was having an equally better time with Nancy and Boris Johnson's younger sister, Rachel, as they posed for photographs.

Close pair: Nancy gave the British actress a huge hug and seemed to have a lot of time for her

The trio looked like the best of friends at the event which saw author David Guterson scoop the dreaded literary prize.

Previously won by Tom Wolfe and Norman Mailer, the Bad Sex in Fiction awards the author of the year’s 'most embarrassing passages of sexual description in a literary novel.'

The U.S. writer won the prize for his novel, Ed King, but was unable to attend the event.

Odd trio: (L-R) Barbara Windsor, Nancy Dell'Olio and Rachel Johnson looked in good spirits as they posed for a photo with each other



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