Chloe Kelly and Alessia Russo look stunning as England's Lionesses attend special awards ceremony

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England star Chloe Kelly posed on the red carpet at the Glamour Women of the Year awards

Jack Otway

By Jack Otway

Published: 18/10/2023

- 10:53

The duo helped Sarina Wiegman's side reach the final of the Women's World Cup back in the summer

Chloe Kelly and Alessia Russo dazzled on the red carpet as they attended the Glamour Women of the Year Awards on Tuesday night.

The duo both played a key role as England's Lionesses reached the final of the Women's World Cup back in the summer.

They attended the gong on Tuesday along with BBC presenter Alex Scott.

Kelly wore a daring three-piece dress that showed off her midriff under an open jacket.

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Alessia Russo smiles on the red carpet as England's Lionesses attended an awards ceremony


The Manchester City star posed for the cameras and was joined at the event by her boyfriend, Scott Moore.

Moore himself dressed for the occasion, wearing a smart black jacket with a shirt underneath.

The duo have been together for a number of years and leave in Manchester with their dog, who was welcomed into their home back in 2020.

Russo wore a black jacket, too, and also showed off her figure with matching black trousers.

She looked happy in the spotlight, smiling for the photographers that were in attendance covering the event.

Other images show Kelly and Russo with Spice Girls star Geri Horner.

Horner wore a white flowery dress and appeared in a photo with Jess Carter and Bethany England as well.

The event was hosted by comedian Katherine Ryan, who opened by making jokes about the likes of Kim Kardashian, Will Smith and Taylor Swift.

“As far as women have come, it’s been another challenging year for us too," she joked.

"Kourtney stole Kim’s wedding country, Jada revealed Will Smith was available this entire time, and thanks to Taylor, we’ve had the burden of caring about American Football.

"Women’s reproductive rights SO obviously make sense, yet we have to fight for them over and over.

"It’s like finding out some prick with a YouTube channel has started a campaign against chemotherapy and seatbelts.

“We’ve seen misogyny in the police force. And now there’s an actor’s strike which means I’m not allowed to talk AT ALL about the record breaking, highest grossing film US and Worldwide having starred WOMEN and been made by a female director and arguably one of the most feminist films ever made!”

Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Lily Allen and Halle Bailey were among those to win awards.

Georgia Harrison was named Glamour's Activisit of the Year.

And Millie Bobby Brown, America Ferrera, Hannah Waddingham and Olivia Dean were all recognised as well.

England's Lionesses, meanwhile, won the award for Sports Icons of the Year.

Kelly spoke out after they secured the gong and said: “Us girls probably don't realise the impact we have on many young girls' lives.

"But this award is not just for women's football, it's for every woman involved in sport; those who have paved the way that came before us, and left the shirt in a better place for us, and allowed us the platform to achieve great things – this award is for them."

The Lionesses are next in action against Belgium on October 27.


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England's Lionesses pose with Geri Horner


They then face the same opponents four days later, with both fixtures part of UEFA's Women's Nations League campaign.

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