Ashley Roberts shows off her rarely seen butterfly tattoo in a backless purple cut-out dress

Ashley Roberts shows off her rarely seen butterfly tattoo in a backless purple cut-out dress at the Variety Club Awards

Ashley Roberts looked nothing short of sensational as she attended the Variety Club Showbusiness Awards at the London Hilton Park Lane on Monday evening. 

The Pussycat Dolls singer, 41, showcased her incredible figure in a glamorous backless purple gown, which flashed a glimpse of her rarely seen lower back butterfly tattoo. 

Ashley’s slinky dress featured a high neckline and long sleeves, and showed off her toned legs with a large thigh-high back split. 

Stylish: Ashley Roberts looked nothing short of sensational as she attended the Variety Club Showbusiness Awards at the London Hilton Park Lane on Monday evening

Stylish: Ashley Roberts looked nothing short of sensational as she attended the Variety Club Showbusiness Awards at the London Hilton Park Lane on Monday evening

The radio presenter showed off her slim waist through two large cut-outs at the front of the bold number and added inches to her frame in dazzling silver heels. 

Ashley carried her belongings in a chic silver bag as she made her way to her car after the awards. 

The beauty wore a bronzed palette of makeup including smokey eyeshadow and glossy pink lipstick. 

Eye-catching: The Pussycat Dolls singer, 41, showcased her incredible figure in a glamorous backless purple gown, which flashed a glimpse of her rarely seen lower back butterfly tattoo

Eye-catching: The Pussycat Dolls singer, 41, showcased her incredible figure in a glamorous backless purple gown, which flashed a glimpse of her rarely seen lower back butterfly tattoo

Glamorous: Ashley's slinky dress featured a high neckline and long sleeves, and showed off her toned legs with a large thigh-high back split

Glamorous: Ashley’s slinky dress featured a high neckline and long sleeves, and showed off her toned legs with a large thigh-high back split 

She styled her long blonde tresses in a neat low ponytail, leaving her full fringe to frame her face. 

Ashley posed up a storm in the figure-hugging number as she stepped onto the red carpet at the star-studded event. 

The awards show is helping to support sick, disabled, and disadvantaged children and young people throughout the UK. 

Ashley’s latest appearance comes just days after she announced her brand new Netflix show: Dance Monsters.

Sensational: The radio presenter showed off her slim waist through two large cut-outs at the front of the bold number and added inches to her frame in dazzling silver heels

Sensational: The radio presenter showed off her slim waist through two large cut-outs at the front of the bold number and added inches to her frame in dazzling silver heels

Stunning: The radio presenter carried her belongings in a chic silver bag as she made her way to her car following the awards

Gorgeous: The beauty seemed in high spirits as she beamed donning a bronzed palette of makeup

Stunning: Ashley carried her belongings in a chic silver bag as she made her way to her car after the awards

Dressed to impress: She styled her long blonde tresses in a neat low ponytail

Dressed to impress: She styled her long blonde tresses in a neat low ponytail 

The Netflix exclusive is set to showcase amateur dancers disguised as CGI characters bringing their best moves, competing for £250,000.

Taking to Instagram, the television personality wrote: ‘Eek!! I’m so excited to announce my new show Dance Monsters, coming December 16th to Netflix.’

She continued: ‘You’ve NEVER seen anything like this hunni’s (sic). Be sure to mark your calendars!’

Ashley is set to judge the show alongside Diversity frontman Ashley Banjo, American singer Ne-Yo and Venezuelan internet personality Lele Pons.

Looking good: Ashley posed up a storm in the figure-hugging number as she stepped onto the red carpet at the star-studded event

Looking good: Ashley posed up a storm in the figure-hugging number as she stepped onto the red carpet at the star-studded event

Amazing: The awards show is helping to support sick, disabled, and disadvantaged children and young people throughout the UK

Amazing: The awards show is helping to support sick, disabled, and disadvantaged children and young people throughout the UK

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