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Jenny Ryan – is that you? The Chase’s quizzing queen ‘unrecognisable’ at NTAs ceremony

Last night’s National Television Awards saw Beat The Chasers pick up the gong for Best Gameshow but Jenny ‘The Vixen’ Ryan wowed in a super glam look, very different to her usual quizzing attire.

The NTAs saw the biggest names in TV come together to celebrate the last year of programming.

Of course, it’s an excuse for the stars of the small screen to get glammed up away from their usual TV roles.

One group of famous faces who went all out was the quizzing brains of Beat The Chasers, with Jenny’s look particularly wowing fans last night.

The quiz queen, 39, looked absolutely stunning as she was pictured alongside some of Ru Paul’s Drag Race UK queens on the red carpet.

Her black wrap dress had a statement high collar with a red metallic triangle pattern on the skirt giving a pop of colour to the look.

She posed with Bimini, Tayce and Lawrence Chaney from Ru Paul’s Drag Race (Picture: Instagram/@jenny_from_the_quiz)

She completed the incredible look with an iridescent necklace, silver dropped earrings and a bold statement eye.

On the show, Jenny is normally seen in character as The Vixen, with glasses and her leopard print-patterned black dress.

She took to her Instagram after the win last night to thank fans for voting for the show to win the award and to share a selection of snaps from the night.

Beat The Chasers won the Best Game Show gong last night (Picture: ITV)

‘ICYMI – we’re a winner, baby! Thank you so much to everyone who voted for Beat the Chasers in the NTAs – we really appreciate it,’ she wrote.

‘And thank you to these incredibly skilful and talented people for helping me get GLAM… in fact, so glam that nobody recognised me!’ Jenny said.

They beat tough competition from the Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel as well as Stephen Mulhern missing two opportunities to win with his shows, Celebrity Catchphrase and In For A Penny.

Jenny was joined up on the stage with Anne Hegerty, Darragh Ennis and the show’s original Chaser, Shaun Wallace.

Also sporting a bold look was newcomer Chaser Darragh – with viewers being reminded this was his first-ever awards show – deciding to don a cool purple suit.

Bradley Walsh was absent due to filming ‘somewhere sunny’ with Mark Labbett and Paul Sinha also not in attendance at last night’s awards ceremony.

The Chase airs weekdays at 5pm on ITV.

 


Credit: Original article published here.

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