Ashley Roberts looked effortlessly cool in a gray co-ord as she headed out to dinner at mom Luffy’s in Hollywood with her famous pals on Tuesday.
The Pussycat Dolls singer, 41, is all smiles as she cuts a stylish figure in a corset front and matching pumps.
The radio presenter added her slender toes into a pair of pointed toe heels and a matching blazer draped loosely over her shoulders.
Beauty in a white bag and accessories with several gold earrings.
Ashley styled her long blonde hair neatly, leaving a fringe to frame her face.
Good look: Ashley Roberts looked effortlessly cool in a gray co-ord as she headed to dinner at Mother Wolf in Hollywood with her celebrity pals on Tuesday
Work it out: The Pussycat Dolls singer, 41, is all smiles as she cuts a stylish figure in a corset front and matching cargo.
Ashley was joined for the evening by Heart FM co-star pal Amanda Holden, Strictly Come Dancing judge Bruno Tonioli, Match of the Day pundit Gary Lineker, broadcaster Piers Morgan and X Factor star James Arthur.
The group posed for a photo as they enjoyed a lavish dinner with Chris Hughes’ husband Amanda and their eldest daughter Lexi, 17, and son Peter Spencer, 29.
Piers wrote: ‘Two pop stars, two judges (well, three, technically), Britain’s most famous opinion-speaker (not me), a model, a sports journalist and a showbiz manager. My kind party.
It comes after the publicist joined Gary, Amanda and Bruno as a group hit town in Los Angeles – after reportedly defending the host on Twitter last month.
Piers recently celebrated his birthday and took two weeks off from the show Piers Uncensored.
Taking to Instagram on Tuesday, Piers shared a snap of the surprise party at the iconic Tower Hotel in West Hollywood.
The foursome were highlighted in a picture taken by the pool as they spent the evening together.
After his post, the always divisive reporter wrote: “Midnight in Hollywood … and flying opinions.”
‘My favorite party’: Ashley was joined for the evening by Heart FM co-star Amanda Holden, Strictly Come judge Bruno Tonioli, Match of the Day pundit Gary Lineker, broadcaster Piers Morgan and X Factor star James Arthur
The group posed for a photo as they enjoyed a lavish dinner with Chris Hughes’ husband Amanda and their eldest daughter Lexi, 17, and son Peter Spencer, 29
Piers stood next to his Britain’s Got Talent judge, Amanda Holden, 52 – while Bruno Tonioli, who recently replaced David Williams on the show’s lineup, sat behind him.
Peeking in the top right corner of the picture was a smiling Gary Lineker, 62, who recently defended Piers on Twitter after his removal from match day.
Morgan tweeted: ‘WTF? How pathetically senseless.. We are now demanding that the BBC suspend all presenters who have published commentary on new or current affairs – starting with Sir David Attenborough and Mr Sugar.
He added: ‘A reminder to anyone who now agrees to present the MOTD tomorrow: we will see you and judge you accordingly.
He then hinted at Lineker’s advice on what to do afterwards, with the former England international suggesting to the BBC that he was going to “go the f***”.
‘Gary Lineker will tell the BBC to f*** himself, as I told ITV about the Markle debacle. Free speech is a cornerstone of democracy – and the moment Britons agree that what they are allowed to say or think, democracy dies.
Lineker was later restored to his position as an iconic figure of the show and the two continued their friendship in the following weeks – entering and exiting on a star-studded Hollywood night.
Peter is in LA as he takes two weeks off work to celebrate his 58th birthday.
Speaking about the show, Piers told Uncensored: ‘I’m taking a very well-deserved two weeks’. I’m going to go to Hollywood and lie under the palm trees.’
Earlier in the week, he had canceled his vacation due to an interview with Stormy Daniels, which was then released due to a “security issue”.
The next day, Piers flew out to LA again to set up, praising British Airways for his outstanding performance.
“Fleeing opinions”: Peter Earl shared behind him with Gary, Amanda and Bruno to hit the town group in Los Angeles on Monday.