Billie Piper commanded attention as she hit the red carpet at the 51st International Emmy Awards in New York on Monday.
The actress, 41, narrowly missed out on the Best Performance by an Actress for her leading role in Sky drama I Hate Suzy Too.
Billie showed off her ample cleavage as she went braless in a plunging silver sequin minidress which was embellished with white satin bows at the ceremony, held at Hilton Midtown.
The 90s pop star amped up the glamour with blue evening gloves, a bronzed tan and white peep toe heels.
Billie had dyed her signature blonde locks a reddish brown and she accessorised her outfit with silver earrings.
All eyes on her: Billie Piper commanded attention as she hit the red carpet at the 51st International Emmy Awards in New York on Monday
Busty: Billie showed off her ample cleavage as she went braless in a plunging silver sequin minidress which was embellished with white satin bows at the ceremony
Billie missed out on the Best Performance gong to Karla Souza, who won for her portrayal of Mariel in La Caida (Dive), a drama set against the backdrop of competitive diving.
The actress beat Connie Nielsen in Drommren, Billie and Shefali Shah in Dehli Cime.
I Hate Suzie Too returned in December last year with Billie playing child star turned actress Suzie Pickles as she started a new job dancing for the public on Saturday night reality TV show Dance Crazee.
Fellow Brit Martin Freeman won Best Performance by an Actor for The Responder.
He beat Gustavo Bassani in Argentina’s Iosi, Jonas Karlsson in Sweden’s Nattryttarna and Jim Sarbh in India’s Rocket Boys.
As well as Best Performance by an Actress, Carla’s film Dive also took home the TV Movie/Miniseries award.
The film won over South Korea’s Chaeboljib Maknaeadeul (Reborn Rich), France’s Infiniti and Life and Death in the Warehouse.
The Drama Series award went to Germany’s The Empress and the Comedy Series award was a tie win between U.K.’s Derry Girls – Season 3 and India’s Vir Das: Landing.
The Documentary award went to Mariupol: The People’s Story, which beat Brazil’s Dossiê Chapecó – O Jogo Por Trás Da Tragédia, Germany’s Nazijäger – Reise In Die Finsternis (Nazi Hunter – Journey Into Darkness] and Qatar’s Witness – Serigne vs. The EU.
Gorgeous: The 90s pop star amped up the glamour with blue evening gloves, a bronzed tan and white peep toe heels
Karla wins: Billie missed out on the Best Performance gong to Karla Souza, who w on for her portrayal of Mariel in La Caida (Dive)
The Non-Scripted Entertainment Award went to Brazil’s A Ponte – The Bridge Brasil.
France’s Des Gens Bien Ordinaires (A Very Ordinary World) won the Short-Form Series award over Brazil’s Lynchings, U.K.’s Man vs. Bee and South Africa’s The Mandela Project.
The Sports Documentary Award was won by Australia’s Harley & Katya.
The Telenovela award went to Turkey’s Yargi (Family Secrets).
Succession creator Jesse Armstrong also took home the 2023 Founders Award in honor of his life’s work.
Ektaa R. Kapoor, co-founder of Indian TV production company Balaji Telefilms, was honored with the 2023 International Emmy Directorate Award.
Glamourous: Billie had dyed her signature blonde locks a reddish brown and she accessorised her outfit with silver earrings
Working the camera: The actress appeared in her element as she posed up a storm for photos
Leggy: Billie showed off her toned legs in the thigh-skimming strapless minidress
Walk this way; Billie oozed confidence as she headed down the red carpet
She’s back The actress, 41, narrowly missed out on the Best Performance by an Actress for her leading role in Sky drama I Hate Suzy Too
Hit show: The second series saw Suzie start a new job dancing for the public on Saturday night reality TV show Dance Crazee
2023 International Emmy Awards Winners
Art Is Our Voice, NHK (Japan)
Buffy Sainte-Marie, Eagle Vision / White Pine Pictures (Canada) (WINNER)
Los Tigres Del Norte: Historias Que Contar, Prime Video / Filmadora (Mexico)
Music Under the Swastika‚ The Maestro and the Cellist of Auschwitz, 3B-Produktion GmbH / Deutsche Welle (Germany)
BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR
Gustavo Bassani in Iosi, El Espía Arrepentido, Oficina Burman (The Mediapro Studio) / Amazon (Argentina)
Martin Freeman in The Responder, Dancing Ledge Productions (United Kingdom) (WINNER)
Jonas Karlsson in Nattryttarna [Riding in Darkness], Jarowskij (Sweden)
Jim Sarbh in Rocket Boys, Culver Max Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. (Formerly known as Sony Pictures Networks India Pvt. Ltd.) / Emmay Entertainment / Roy Kapur Films (India)
BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS
Connie Nielsen in Drømmeren – Karen Blixen Bliver Til, Zentropa Episodes ApS / Viaplay / Belga / Stage 5 (Denmark)
Billie Piper in I Hate Suzie Too, Bad Wolf (United Kingdom)Shefali Shah in Delhi Crime – Season 2, SK Global Entertainment / Golden Karavan / Film Karavan (India)
Karla Souza in La Caída [Dive], Madam / Filmadora / Infity Hill / Amazon (Mexico) (WINNER)
Extraordinary Attorney Woo, Astory / KT Studio Genie (South Korea)
Iosi, El Espía Arrepentido, Oficina Burman (The Mediapro Studio) / Amazon (Argentina)
The Devil’s Hour, Hartswood Films / Amazon (United Kingdom)
The Empress, Sommerhaus Serien (Germany) (WINNER)
Derry Girls – Season 3, Hat Trick Productions (United Kingdom) (WINNER)
El Encargado [The Boss], Star+ Original Productions / Pegsa (Argentina)
Le Flambeau – Season 2 [La Flamme], Entre 2 & 4 / Making Prod (France)
Vir Das: Landing, Weirdass Comedy / Rotten Science (India) (WINNER)
Dossiê Chapecó – O Jogo Por Trás Da Tragédia, Warner Bros. Discovery / Pacha Films (Brazil)
Mariupol: The People’s Story, Top Hat Productions / Hayloft Productions / BBC (United Kingdom (WINNER)
Nazijäger – Reise In Die Finsternis [Nazi Hunter – Journey Into Darkness], Spiegel TV GmbH (Germany)
Witness – Serigne vs. The EU, Zungu / Al Jazeera English (Qatar)
A Ponte – The Bridge Brasil, Warner Bros. Discovery / Endemol Shine Brasil (Brazil) (WINNER)
Hôtel du Temps: Dalida [The Time Hotel: Dalida], Mediawan / Ardimages (France)
Love by A.I., Tokyo Broadcasting System Television, Inc. / Smart Dog Media (Japan)
The Great British Bake Off – Season 13, Love Productions (United Kingdom)
Des Gens Bien Ordinaires [A Very Ordinary World], Magneto Prod / Canal+ (France) (WINNER)
Lynchings, Record TV (Brazil)
Man vs. Bee, RedRum Films (United Kingdom)
The Mandela Project, Paramount (South Africa)
30 Dias Para Ganar, North Films / N+Docs / ViX+ (Mexico)
Alexia. Labor Omnia Vincit, You First Originals (Spain)
Harley & Katya, Stranger Than Fiction Films (Australia) (WINNER)
Two Sides, T+W / Whisper Cymru (South Africa)
Cara e Coragem, TV Globo (Brazil)
Pantanal, TV Globo (Brazil)
Para Sempre [Forever], Plural Entertainment (Portugal)
Yargi [Family Secrets], Ay Yapim (Turkey) (WINNER)
Chaeboljib Maknaeadeul [Reborn Rich], Raemongraein / SLL / ChaebolSPC / VIU (South Korea)
Infiniti, Empreinte Digitale / Federation Entertainment Belgique (France)
La Caída [Dive], Madam / Filmadora / Infinity Hill / Amazon (Mexico) (WINNER)
Life and Death in the Warehouse, BBC Studios (United Kingdom)
Menino Maluquinho [The Nutty Boy], Chatrone (Brazil)
Moominvalley – Season 3, Gutsy Animations (Finland)
Rilakkuma’s Theme Park Adventure, Warf Studios / Field Management Expand (Japan)
The Smeds and The Smoos, Magic Light Pictures (United Kingdom) (WINNER)
Built To Survive, Butter Media / Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Australian Children’s Television Foundation (Australia) (WINNER)
Quintal TV – Season 2 [Yard TV], Canal Futura – Fundação Roberto Marinho (Brazil)
Takalani Sesame – Season 13, Sesame Workshop / Pulp Films (South Africa)
Triff… Anne Frank [Meet… Anne Frank], Cross Media / IFAGE (Germany)
Heartbreak High, Fremantle / Newbe (Australia) (WINNER)
Kol Od Balevav [Memory Forest], TTV Production / Kan Educational / Genesis Philanthropy Group / Gesher Multicultural Film Fund / The AVI CHAI Foundation / Maimonides Fund (Israel)
Tierra Incógnita, Disney+ Original Productions / Non Stop (Argentina)
Gudetama: An Eggscelent Adventure, OLM, Inc. (Japan)