England football trio dazzle in stunning dresses before woke controversy at London awards bash

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England football trio Mary Earps, Leah Williamson and Chloe Kelly attended the GQ awards bash in London

Jack Otway

By Jack Otway

Published: 16/11/2023

- 13:41

The Lionesses heroes attended the GQ Men of the Year awards on Thursday night

England's Lionesses dazzled in stunning dresses while attending the GQ Men of the Year awards on Wednesday night.

Chloe Kelly, Leah Williamson and Mary Earps were all happy to pose on the red carpet while attending the show at the Royal Opera House.

Kelly wore a sheer black dress which consisted of a corset-style top and a see-through skirt.

She completed her look with sparkly heels while also donning silver hoop earrings.

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England footballers posed with Alex Scott at the Royal Opera House in London


The Manchester City star was accompanied by two of her team-mates, who also dressed to impress.

Williamson also went black for the occasion with a see-through dress.

And Earps wore a long, green number with the Manchester United star another of the attendees.

Alex Scott also went down the see-through route, with the BBC presenter wearing a silver number.

There was controversy at the event, however.

Kim Kardashian was named one of GQ's 'Men of the Year' for 2023.

The magazine opted to give Kardashian the award of 'Tycoon of the Year' - which has sparked a backlash on social media.

"Kim Kardashian is your Man of the Year??? Be serious for a damn second," said one user.

Another wrote: "When you didn't understand the assignment. Man oh man."

A third stated: "Not that I gave a s*** about GQ in the first place but how long is western society gonna dunking [sic] on men?"

And a fourth ranted: "I'm sorry but did you just say 'man'???? That is a woman," ranted a fourth.

Meanwhile, Kardashian spoke to GQ and revealed how her parents divorcing helped her cope following her split with Kanye West last year.

"I didn't foresee any of it. I was in the bath and they called a family meeting," she said.

"I remember thinking, 'Please, Lord, don't let them be getting a divorce'.

"I never had an inkling that it would happen, but I knew that was what they were going to tell us. I felt it."


Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian won an award for 'man of the year' despite being a woman


Kardashian added: "I did think about how my parents handled it with us.

"I just remember them being open.

"Ultimately, what matters is that kids feel loved and heard. You want to be sensitive because they're just kids and it's hard to go through, no matter what age.

"You have to make sure that you only go to a level that they can understand.

"It's OK to show a vulnerable side. You never go to a negative side."

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