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Katie Piper highlights her incredible figure in a bardot mini dress at Cabaret All Stars

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Katie Piper highlights her incredible figure in a bardot mini dress as she makes a glamorous entrance at Cabaret All Stars with a pal

She never puts a foot wrong with fashion. 

And Katie Piper looked sensational on Friday in a bardot mini dress as she made her grand entrance at Cabaret All Stars at Proud Embankment with a friend.

The activist, 37, stole the show in her bronzed garment which highlighted her incredible figure. 

Glamourpuss: Katie Piper looked sensational on Friday in a bardot mini dress as she made her grand entrance at Cabaret All Stars at Proud Embankment with a friend

Glamourpuss: Katie Piper looked sensational on Friday in a bardot mini dress as she made her grand entrance at Cabaret All Stars at Proud Embankment with a friend

Katie’s outfit featured puffed sleeves and drawstring fabric, which she teamed with chic nude heels. 

The TV presenter parted her tousled tresses to the side and she amped up the glamour with a full coverage make-up look. 

Cabaret All Stars is a Vegas-style show which features a host of incredible performers including Denise Van Outen. 

And Katie appeared to be having a whale of a time as she attended the event with a male friend who was seen wearing a denim jumpsuit. 

Glowing: The activist, 37, stole the show in her bronzed garment which highlighted her incredible figure

Glowing: The activist, 37, stole the show in her bronzed garment which highlighted her incredible figure

The outing comes after she candidly discussed her experience with online bullying, and said she feels sorry for trolls who come from ‘a really awful place’.

The blonde beauty believes those who bully others online are already in a difficult place within themselves, as she gave advice for learning how to deal with negativity.

Speaking to The Mirror in May, she explained: ‘I suppose if you see something that comes from a really awful place, just know it really does come from an awful place and a place of suffering.’

She continued: ‘So what you can do is step back and say, this isn’t about me this is about the person giving it out and what a terrible place that must be. Thank goodness I’m not there.’

Best fashion foot forward:  Katie's outfit featured puffed sleeves and drawstring fabric, which she teamed with chic nude heels

Best fashion foot forward:  Katie’s outfit featured puffed sleeves and drawstring fabric, which she teamed with chic nude heels

Stunning: The TV presenter parted her tousled tresses to the side and she amped up the glamour with a full coverage make-up look

Stunning: The TV presenter parted her tousled tresses to the side and she amped up the glamour with a full coverage make-up look

Star-studded: Cabaret All Stars is a Vegas-style show which features a host of incredible performers including Denise Van Outen

Star-studded: Cabaret All Stars is a Vegas-style show which features a host of incredible performers including Denise Van Outen

Katie has experienced her fair share of mean comments, having been targeted by vile trolls on social media after sharing images of her recovery from an eye operation.

However, the star has stressed that you can make your response to these comments ‘uplifting’ and ‘separate yourself from it’.

‘You don’t want to try and combat it with being equally as nasty,’ she added.

Katie insisted that she sees social media as a ‘positive place’ for her, as most of her online fans are ‘like-minded individuals’.

In March, Katie underwent a successful operation for a skin graft over her eye as part of her ongoing recovery.

Night out: And Katie appeared to be having a whale of a time as she attended the event with a male friend who was seen wearing a denim jumpsuit

Night out: And Katie appeared to be having a whale of a time as she attended the event with a male friend who was seen wearing a denim jumpsuit

Compassion: The outing comes after she candidly discussed her experience with online bullying, and said she feels sorry for trolls who come from 'a really awful place'

Compassion: The outing comes after she candidly discussed her experience with online bullying, and said she feels sorry for trolls who come from ‘a really awful place’

Thoughtful: The blonde beauty believes those who bully others online are already in a difficult place within themselves, as she gave advice for learning how to deal with negativity

Thoughtful: The blonde beauty believes those who bully others online are already in a difficult place within themselves, as she gave advice for learning how to deal with negativity

The charity founder has undergone more than 400 operations following a 2008 sulphuric acid attack orchestrated by her ex-partner Daniel Lynch.

Katie survived the attack organised by her ex-boyfriend in 2008, which caused significant damage to her face and left her blind in one eye.

Although the horrifying attack was planned by Lynch, it was carried out by accomplice Stefan Sylvestre on the street outside of her north London home.

Lynch was subsequently given two life terms behind bars, while Sylvestre served 6-years of his own life sentence. He was released in 2018.

Surgery: In March, Katie underwent a successful operation for a skin graft over her eye as part of her ongoing recovery

Surgery: In March, Katie underwent a successful operation for a skin graft over her eye as part of her ongoing recovery

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