EastEnders Clair Noris looks worlds away from Bernie in fabulous pink outfit at NTAs | The Sun

EASTENDERS Clair Noris looked totally different from her alter-ego Bernie Taylor on a glam night out.

The actress – who has played the student since 2017 – wowed in a fabulous pink outfit at the NTAs.

Telly fans did a double-take when they saw Clair, who plays Bernie Taylor in the BBC soap, rock up to the glam awards in Wembley looking like a superstar.

The EastEnders favourite looked sensational in a frilly pink coat that shielded her from the cold weather.

She wore her long brunette hair sleek and straight for her elegant look.

Bernie completed her glam with a pair of towering white heels as she strutted her stuff at the NTAs.

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Clair joined the glam stars at the NTAs last night.

There wasn't a nip slip or wardrobe fail in sight, and many wore formal attire as a mark of respect to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

Among the first to arrive at the National Television Awards was This Morning star Holly Willoughby.

Holly, 41, commanded attention in a shoulder-baring black ballgown featuring a billowing skirt.

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The mum-of-three showcased bouffant hair and chose not to wear a necklace or bracelets, with only a ring seen on each hand.

Her This Morning co-star Alison Hammond also chose black and teamed her stunning dress with a matching cape and equally dramatic hair.

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Celebs including Alison Hammond, Strictly winner Rose Ayling-Ellis and TV presenter Graham Norton were also nominated for prizes at the annual industry event.

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