Australian television presenter Amanda Keller pulled out all the fashion stops on Thursday as she stepped out for the Women of the Future Awards in Sydney. The 58-year-old opted for a glamorous floral pantsuit for the event, which celebrates the achievements of young women who are making a difference.
Amanda showed off her quirky style in the suit, which featured a tailored blazer and matching flared wide-leg pants. The Living Room host completed the look with black shoes, a chunky gold ring, an assortment of necklaces and hoop earrings. Beauty-wise she wore her signature cropped blonde hair slicked back and opted for soft, peachy make-up tones.
The television star acted as a judge for this year’s awards, alongside Today entertainment reporter Brooke Boney, former foreign minister Julie Bishop, ABC chair Ita Buttrose, editor-in-chief of The Australian Women’s Weekly Nicole Byers, winner of the Women of the Future Awards in 2015 Genevieve Clay-Smith, and American actress Hilary Duff.
Studio 10’s Sarah Harris, 39, was also in attendance sporting a beautiful navy-blue high-neck dress, which cinched in at the waist with a tie belt and featured a low back. She accessorised with nude strappy heels and a matching navy-blue clutch, and opted for minimal jewellery.
Meanwhile, Australian journalist Jessica Rowe, 50, wore an eye-catching frilled skirt and blouse for the event, tying the colourful outfit together with a pair of red stilettos — now that’s one way to make a statement!
Amanda’s glamorous appearance comes almost two months after the television presenter revealed Dancing with the Stars won’t be returning next year.
Taking to Instagram in October to break the news, she wrote, “Sad to hear Dancing With The Stars won’t be returning next year. I had an absolute ball hosting this with @grantdenyer. Proud of how we put our best sequinned feet forward to carry on as the pandemic hit. What a ride!!! Thanks to all who tangoed with us.”
She shared the message alongside a picture of herself and co-host Grant Denyer on set. The reality show originally aired on Channel 7 from 2004 to 2015, before moving to Channel 10 in 2019 with Amanda and Grant acting as hosts.
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