She is best known for playing the role of Rachel Breckle in Emmerdale.

And Gemma Oaten, 37, oozed glamor Tuesday at the SEED charity gala at Goldsmith’s Hall in London.

The actor – who recently revealed she will be joining Coronation Street – has been joined by a host of famous faces, including singer and songwriter Calum Scott and TV Doctor Ranj Singh who will host the event.

Stunning: Gemma Oaten, 37, oozed glamor on Tuesday at the SEED charity gala at Goldsmith’s Hall in London (pictured with Calum Scott)

The beauty looked amazing in the crossed floor dress with was embellished with tired ruffles.

She completed the ensemble with silver pointed toe stilettos and accessorized with a glamorous watch.

She styled her blonde locks in bouncy curls and her glamorous makeup enhanced her natural beauty.

Former Britain’s Got Talent contestant Calum looked dapper in a navy double-breasted suit.

Dapper: The actor has been joined by a host of famous faces, including singer and songwriter Calum Scott and TV Doctor Ranj Singh (pictured)

Dapper: The actor has been joined by a host of famous faces, including singer and songwriter Calum Scott and TV Doctor Ranj Singh (pictured)

Handsome group: Dr Ranj, music director Aykeys, Calum, Gemma, Daniel Hatfield and Joff Powell posed ahead of the gala

Handsome group: Dr Ranj, music director Aykeys, Calum, Gemma, Daniel Hatfield and Joff Powell posed ahead of the gala

Gorgeous: TV presenter Rachael Downie looked stunning in a black mini dress and green open heels

Gorgeous: TV presenter Rachael Downie looked stunning in a black mini dress and green open heels

The star teamed her sleek look with a white shirt and a matching clutch.

Former Strictly Come Dancing contestant Ranj looked incredibly stylish in a gray check suit.

He paired his look with a black waistcoat over a white shirt and a stylish bow tie.

Elsewhere at the event, TV presenter Rachael Downie looked stunning in a black mini dress and green open heels.

Gemma caused a storm with former Dancing on Ice star Matt Evers, who donned a pink suede blazer that shut down the show.

Work it: Gemma posed with guest Katie Ramshaw who donned an elegant green satin dress and sleek white leather boots

Work it: Gemma posed with guest Katie Ramshaw who donned an elegant green satin dress and sleek white leather boots

Pose: (LR) Daniel Hatfield, Gemma and Joff Powell beam for the camera ahead of the event

Pose: (LR) Daniel Hatfield, Gemma and Joff Powell beam for the camera ahead of the event

Gorgeous: Gemma caused a storm with former Dancing on Ice star Matt Evers who donned a stunning pink suede blazer

Gorgeous: Gemma caused a storm with former Dancing on Ice star Matt Evers who donned a stunning pink suede blazer

Gemma is dedicated to helping and supporting those struggling with eating disorders and is the Charity Manager and Patron of SEED – Eating Disorders Support Service.

This is her second annual SEED charity gala after a 13-year battle with anorexia itself.

Gemma has openly detailed her struggles with anorexia and previously revealed that she ended up in a psychiatric unit when she was just 11 years old.

Explaining the causes she revealed, it resulted from being bullied and not being able to control what people said about her.

Speaking to the Loose Women panel in March, she said: “I was ten years old [when I developed an eating disorder] and looking back i realized it was due to the harassment and i couldn’t control what people said about me.

“At the time, I didn’t know that, I didn’t even know what anorexia was. A year later, I was placed in a psychiatric unit where I was told that if I didn’t eat or drink within 24 hours, I would be dead.

Tough: The Emmerdale star admitted she lost more than a decade of her life to the disease after being admitted to a psychiatric unit when she was just 11

Tough: The Emmerdale star admitted she lost more than a decade of her life to the disease after being admitted to a psychiatric unit when she was just 11

She went on to explain how the pandemic has exacerbated some people’s problems, saying, “I think the lockdown has created a huge pressure cooker for all of us.

“And especially eating disorders where it’s a mental illness where we use it to control things that we can’t and at the moment we can’t control anything, so I’m not surprised. by the catastrophic figures.

“Early intervention is so essential that waiting for that to change won’t change what’s already there and we shouldn’t be trying to solve an eating disorder based on physical attributes.”

It comes after it was revealed on Tuesday that Gemma will be joining the Coronation Street cast as the new love interest in Tyrone Dobbs played by Alan Halsall.

She will play ‘the fiery’ Isla Haywood who is “apart from Rachel from Emmerdale”.

Isla is married, but when her daughter Darcy attends a party with Tyrone’s daughter Hope, she suggests the four of them go have a milkshake together.

Isla then takes the opportunity to go further, asking Tyrone if he would like to join her alone for a drink later.

On set: She is best known for playing Rachel Breckle in Emmerdale (pictured in 2015)

On set: She is best known for playing Rachel Breckle in Emmerdale (pictured in 2015)

Gemma said Isla was “brave” and was not afraid to do whatever she wanted.

“I would say she is daring, I found her quite courageous and courageous. She knows who she is and owns it.

Excited by her new role as a guest on the cobblestones, she told Digital Spy: “Corrie is a national institution and I have watched her since I was a child. My heart was in my mouth when I walked in. Going on the cobblestones was surreal.

“I was petrified, but Alan Halsall was there with a big smile. It was a dream to work with and it was so easy to talk to him.

For help and support with eating disorders, contact SEED at (01482) 718130 or visit www.seedeatingdisorders.org.uk

Filming a scene: Alan Halsall as Tyrone Dobbs in Coronation Street

Filming a scene: Alan Halsall as Tyrone Dobbs in Coronation Street

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