Celebrities are ditching pricey cabs and jumping on public transport to get to the glitzy event at the O2 in south-east London
THE National Television Awards may be the glitziest night in the showbiz calendar, but many celebrities are saving a few bob by getting the tube to the bash.
Forgoing pricey taxis, savvy stars including Laura Whitmore and Georgia Toffolo are jumping on public transport to make their way to the NTAs at the O2 in south-east London.
Irish presenter Laura Whitmore shared a picture of herself waiting for the train near her home in London.
Wearing a gold metallic suit, she looked every inch the glam rocker in 70s-inspired platform sandals.
Clutching a black and gold star bag, she tossed a look over her shoulder to see when the train was coming.
She wore her blonde hair in a tussled low bun with strands framing her face.
Meanwhile, Georgia Toffolo was wearing such a glamorous dress that at first she refused to sit on the tube seats.
Wearing a floor-length ruffled red gown, the I’m A Celebrity star clung on for dear life as she posed for a photo.
Later her Made In Chelsea pal Ollie Locke encouraged her to take a seat as they posed for a photo together.
Toff wore her short blonde hair in loose waves – adding Hollywood glamour to her scarlet dress.
Jack Whitehall and his dad Michael were a little unluckier when they got their tube.
Father and son were packed into the carriage like sardines in their matching black tuxes
Lizzie Cundy also took care not to let the seats on the train crumple her dress.
Wearing a white feathered gown, she held the pole and posed for a photo.