By LUCY BUCKLAND
She is no wallflower but at this year's British Comedy Awards Kelly Brook was in danger of fading into the background.
The joke was on Kelly, 33, as she turned up for the wards in a white dress which unfortunately left her fading into the background as she entered the awards show in Wembly on Wednesday.
Her off the shoulder white dress unfortunately clashed with the blue and white background, making Kelly less than stand out.
The model, who starred in Keith Lemon The Film, didn't seem to care though as she grinned on the red carpet just before the awards started.
Bare legged Kelly must have been freezing, although the New Look designer kept grinning as she was swept into the ceremony by pal Keith.
The awards, which were aired live on Channel 4, crowned Jack Whitehall the King Of Comedy, best female went to Jo Brand, while Reeves and Mortimer won Best Screen Writers Guild of Great Britain.
Twitter went into overdrive in the moments after Whitehall was crowned the King of Comedy with one user simply saying: 'I am sorry, just who is Jack Whitehall?'
Others were furious Peep Show creator David Mitchell didn't take home the crown.
They played arch-rivals in political satire The Thick Of It, but Rebecca Front and Peter Capaldi shared the glory at the British Comedy Awards.
Capaldi was named Best TV Comedy Actor for his role as foul-mouthed spin doctor Malcolm Tucker while Front won the Best TV Comedy Actress award for her portrayal of hapless politician Nicola Murray.
Her success meant there was no win for Olivia Colman, who was nominated in the category for two different roles - in Olympic satire Twenty Twelve and the sitcom Rev.
Capaldi saw off competition from Downton Abbey star Hugh Bonneville, who got a nod for his Twenty Twelve role, along with Tom Hollander for Rev and Steve Coogan.