Brownlow Medal 2022: Seven News presenter Rebecca Maddern turns heads in a striking white gown

Channel Seven News presenter Rebecca Maddern turns heads in a striking white gown with metallic bodice detailing at the Brownlow Medal 2022

Rebecca Maddern had heads spinning on Sunday at the Brownlow Medal 2022 in Melbourne

The 45-year-old made a stylish appearance at AFL’s night of nights in a striking white gown which featured a metallic bodice.

The Channel Seven News presenter’s blonde hair was coiffed in a stylish hairdo and she complemented her look with statement diamond jewellery.

Rebecca Maddern had heads spinning on Sunday at the Brownlow Medal 2022 in Melbourne

Rebecca Maddern had heads spinning on Sunday at the Brownlow Medal 2022 in Melbourne 

Rebecca completed her look with striking silver high heels which matched her sparkly frock. 

Rebecca flaunted her toned arms and legs as she waved at fans while posing for photos on the red carpet. 

She looked overjoyed to be there and smiled a huge ear to ear grin as she entered the Crown Palladium in Melbourne.

The 45-year-old made a stylish appearance at AFL's night of nights in a striking white gown which featured a metallic bodice

The 45-year-old made a stylish appearance at AFL’s night of nights in a striking white gown which featured a metallic bodice 

Rebecca’s jaw-dropping appearance follows reports that the Brownlow Medal Count had succumbed to political correctness after banning a very simple question from red carpet interviews.

Speaking to the Herald Sun, this year’s red carpet hosts Emma Freedman and Dale Thomas confirmed they won’t be asking anyone about their clothing.

‘We have been told no questions about what you are wearing, who you are wearing, why you are wearing,’ Freedman confirmed.

Rebecca is a weekend newsreader for Seven News Melbourne alongside Mike Amor (left)

Rebecca is a weekend newsreader for Seven News Melbourne alongside Mike Amor (left)

‘We are going to focus on the fun and have a little giggle on the red carpet instead of asking that question,’ she added.

The move could be considered political correctness gone mad after the Brownlow red carpet made huge stars out of glamorous WAGs.

Asking celebrities who they are wearing has long been a fixture of red carpet coverage across the world, with reporters often using the question to quickly engage female celebrities in conversation. 

Rebecca worked at Channel Nine for five years prior to moving to Seven

Rebecca worked at Channel Nine for five years prior to moving to Seven

Rebecca's jaw-dropping appearance follows reports on Sunday that the Brownlow Medal Count had succumbed to political correctness after questions about clothing were banned. Pictured: Rebecca Judd at the 2004 Brownlow

Rebecca’s jaw-dropping appearance follows reports on Sunday that the Brownlow Medal Count had succumbed to political correctness after questions about clothing were banned. Pictured: Rebecca Judd at the 2004 Brownlow

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