Natasha, 40, who is pregnant with her fifth child, and Liz, 42, were among the famous guests at the National Lottery’s Big Eurovision Welcome Party, which took place at St George’s Hall in the city on 7 May.
The pair, who both hail from Liverpool, looked excited as they posed on the red carpet together, with Natasha showcasing her growing baby bump in a pastel green suit, which she paired with with white Converse trainers and statement earrings.
Meanwhile Liz looked stylish in white skinny jeans and a sequinned T-shirt, styled with a long blue and gold jacket which was also covered with sequins.
The Atomic Kitten stars, who later took to the stage, joined many fellow famous faces at the event, which kicked off Liverpool’s week-long Eurovision celebrations ahead of the grand final on Saturday 13 May.
TV host AJ, 35, looked incredible in a metallic two piece at the event, paired with matching shoes and her hair styled in bouncy curls.
Drag Race UK winner The Vivienne, 31, was also on the star-studded guest list and modelled a vibrant purple velvet jumpsuit on the red carpet as she got into the Eurovision spirit.
The Dancing on Ice star was joined by Hollyoaks favourites Kieron Richardson and Jennifer Metcalfe, who both beamed as they posed for photos together.
Kieron, 37, looked stylish in a gingham jacket and ripped jeans, while Jennifer, 39, cut a chic figure in a black knitted midi dress with patterned tights and chunky biker boots.
Alexandra Burke, 34, who is expecting her second child with footballer Darren Randolph, showcased her blossoming baby bump on the red carpet as she stunned in a flowing white dress completed with tassels.
She was joined by Strictly Come Dancing head judge Shirley Ballas, 62, who commanded attention in a statement yellow suit, complete with flowing trousers.
Shirley later took to the stage alongside AJ and Joel to celebrate two charity workers at the welcome party on Sunday.
The National Lottery’s Big Eurovision Welcome Party saw 25,000 people head to St George’s Hall in Liverpool for an extravagnt 90-minute show, which included live music, aerial performances, fireworks, drones display and more.
Highlights from the welcome party will feature in a TV special, titled Eurovision Welcomes The World, which will air on BBC One on Monday 8 May at 6.30pm.
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