The TOWIE star found herself being criticised for her frock. But she's sent a *very* telling response to her Instagram followers...
The TV Choice Awards saw a whole host of television stars take to the glitzy red carpet for an evening of celebration.
Of course, this included a mix of our favourite reality stars, including a number of ladies from The Only Way Is Essex.
Jessica Wright, Chloe Sims and Danielle Armstrong posed for the cameras in figure-hugging frocks, whilst Essex’s new power couple Pete Wicks and Megan McKenna – who dropped the ‘L’ bomb during the finale of the last season – put on a suitably loved-up display.
But it was Lydia Rose Bright that was the talk of the evening on social media.
The starlet turned up to the event with BFF Chloe Lewis, who she’s been getting closer too since her break-up with James Argent.
Lydia posted a picture of their dresses, along with the caption: ‘And it begins. Dorchester bound for the TV choice awards with the wife. Both wearing @zeynepkartalofficial #Monochrome #TVChoice’.
Lyd’s floor-length white frock boasted lacy cut-out detailing as well as textured sheer sleeves. She kept her beauty look simple, opting for a nude lip with lashings of mascara.
But, unfortunately for the 26-year-old, some social media users decided to leave some, erm, pretty unkind comments about her dress of choice. Sigh.
Some called her out for an apparently ‘unflattering’ fit, whilst others labelled it ‘frumpy’ and a ‘fashion fail’.
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Thankfully, many rushed to her defence, with comments including: ‘If you haven’t got anything nice to say don’t say anything at all’ and ‘Not sure what all the negativity about this dress I think its STUNNING and your a total babe @lydiabright’.
Lydia herself appeared to reference the backlash, defiantly posting another shot of her dress along with the words: ‘Life’s to short to wear boring clothes.
‘Loved last nights @zeynepkartalofficial dress the TV Choice awards’.
We couldn’t agree more, Lyds.