Alex Scott’s hot red velvet dress with a thigh slit splits fans






Rachel avery



Alex scott let fans pick up their jaws off the ground on Wednesday when she slipped into a breathtaking red dress with a thigh slit – but not everyone was impressed.

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The 37-year-old looked like every inch of the star with her floor-length maxi dress featuring an eye-catching gold-tone bodice and towering gold heels.

The Instagram photo has over 20,000 likes and counts and a number of comments below. Alex added the caption, “A Knight in Shining Armor,” and fans have shared their thoughts on the look of the statement.

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One fan teased, “Are you auditioning for Wonder Woman 3?”, And she joked, “Rumor has it,” seeing the funny side.

Another wrote: “I have a little Gordon flash, haha.”

Alex Scott showcased a bold look on Instagram

Others wrote positive comments such as, “Great as always Alex” and “looks lovely”, as well as leaving a slew of heart of fire and love emojis.

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The star recently offered up plenty of hot looks, including a black velvet mini dress on Sunday. Alex strutted to the MOBO Awards at the Coventry Building Society Arena in Coventry and she looked amazing.

The chic black Saint Laurent dress featured a crystal-embellished ruffle off the shoulder and a high neck, and she paired it with black tights, a pair of coordinating wedge heels and her hair slicked to the side.

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The star loved to be glamorous

In addition to attending sparkling events, Alex has a busy schedule hosting BBC One’s Football Focus, The One Show, and now presents The Tournament. In a recent interview with Stylist, Alex explained how she dies. “I tried to find the balance,” she said.

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“And I find meaning in taking the time to disconnect, go for a walk, listen to a podcast, or do something with my family and friends. It’s about having fun away from everything else.”

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