Emma Willis dazzles in tiny crop top and sheer bomber jacket as she hosts The BRIT Awards 2018 nominations
She boasts of her fabulous and fun sense of presenting style, best known for her stints on Celebrity Big Brother and The Voice.
So it's no surprise Emma Willis, 41, was the perfect woman for the job to host The BRIT Awards 2018 nominations at the ITV Studios, in London on Saturday.
Always keen to wow on the showbiz circuit, the TV host put on a flirty display as she showed off her incredibly toned tummy in a black crop top which peeped through her semi-sheer bomber jacket.
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