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Reality TV Diana Vickers unrecognisable as she hits the red carpet in a plunging gown
She found fame after being a contestant on The X Factor in 2008 alongside the likes of Alexandra Burke JLS.
And this reality star, 31, looked unrecognisable as they graced the red carpet at National Comedy Awards in London on Friday.
She followed her stint on the ITV singing competition with her own solo career as well as roles on stage even turned her hand to fashion design - but can you guess who it is?
It's Diana Vickers, who finished fourth behind eventual winner Alexandra and charmed the world with her messy blonde tresses and lavish eye-liner.
The stunner, who now hosts her own award-winning podcast, looked sensational as she joined fellow stars at Friday's ceremony.
The plunging metallic frock hugged every inch of her jaw-dropping figure and boasted a sticking chain halterneck detail.
She accentuated her gorgeous features with a radiant palette of make-up and let her blonde tresses cascade to her shoulders.
Diana added height to her frame with a pair of silver heels and turned to showcase the backless dress in all it's glory.
Since her appearance on the hit ITV talent show, Diana has gone on to become a successful fashion designer.
After producing a debut line in 2011, embracing her love of boho-chic and vintage inspired clothing she now designs her own range of clothes for very.co.uk.
She also has a number of acting credits, landing her debut film role in 2014 indie movie The Perfect Wave alongside Clint Eastwood's son.
Her stage show credits include comedy play The Duck House, and the Rocky Horror Show UK tour and she also bagged the lead in the musical Son Of A Preacher Man, inspired by the Dusty Springfield song of the same name.
Last year the songstress claimed a 'wizard' helped cure her frum her crippling endometriosis.
Diana said that she was at her wits end when she was left with agonising stomach and leg pain which forced her to seek the alternative treatments.
Speaking to The sun, the star said the illness left her a shell of her former self and isolated from her family and friends.
Diana told the publication: 'She said I can do a bit of magic on you,I kid you not, after the first session we did my bloating went down, and I went back to her again because I was still getting leg pain and the leg pain went'.
Endometriosis is an often painful disorder in which tissue similar to the lining of the uterus — the endometrium — grows outside the uterus in places like the ovaries.
Diana's symptoms escalated in January 2022 while she was on a work trip in LA which forced her to seek the help of Antonia Harman.
She added: 'I went from being totally anti-social, disengaged from my friends, I spent a lot of time in my bedroom falling asleep in the day, crying.
'I'd noticed a changed in my body, and as a woman you feel shame in that you don't really know what's going on, and it's very confusing. I was struggling'.
The healer helped Diana over the phone with the star feeling much better in a matter of days.
Diana said: 'I was surprised, like how can that be possible, but it happened and I have to just be happy and grateful it has.'
The pairs relationship dates back 10 years after Antonia helped Diana overcome tonsillitis which was hindering her singing career.
Antonia's methods sees tackle trauma by 'dissolving the layers' one by one.