Alex Scott dazzled as she presented Soccer Aid but some took issue with her daring dress and now she has responded passionately
Alex Scott dazzled on Sunday night as she presented Soccer Aid 2022 in a black bodycon dress with multiple necklines.
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However, Some viewers had issues with the exposed parts of her outfit, with a certain feeling that it was inappropriate for the benefit game. The star has gotten a lot of support for her outfit, and now it is She has issued an impassioned defense of the look. On her Instagram Stories, she shared a photo of herself in the dress and another of her in a black mini dress from a previous TV outing.
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“I mean I’ve lived most of my life in a tracksuit which I love, don’t get me wrong, but I will wear a dress if it’s a special occasion,” She wrote.
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She then shared a photo of herself looking over the moon in the dress, alongside a clip of Catherine Tate’s iconic Lauren Cooper saying her signature catchphrase, “Am I bovvered?”
Alex then shared a video of herself up in Scotland thanking those who donated to Soccer Aid and mentioning her recent trip to Namibia where she saw the money being used.
The 37-year-old said: “Okay, I’m going to push that negative energy aside and focus on the good. I just wanted to say a huge thank you to everyone who donated to Soccer Aid for UNICEF over the weekend.
Alex defended her fashion choices
“It’s incredible, managed to raise over £15m and I have seen where these donations are going on my trip to Namibia and they are really helping to change lives.“
She added, “So thank you very much and let’s focus on the good, shall we?” Alex ended the clip with a small laugh as she exclaimed, “Jeez!”
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Launched in 2006 by Robbie Williams, Soccer Aid is the world’s largest celebrity soccer game, raising money to support the incredible work of UNICEF. This year, Robbie wowed fans with his 1997 hit ballad Angel which he performed at halftime.
Ahead of the fundraiser, he said: “I already know this is going to be one of the most special nights of my career – and I want as many of you as possible to attend.”
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