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Hopkins hits out over Bafta outfits

Published 11/05/2015

Michelle Keegan's outfit at the Bafta awards ceremony was criticised by Katie Hopkins (Ian West/PA Wire)
Michelle Keegan's outfit at the Bafta awards ceremony was criticised by Katie Hopkins (Ian West/PA Wire)

Michelle Keegan and Jennifer Metcalfe have become the latest targets of Katie Hopkins, who has hit out at their TV Bafta outfits.

Former Coronation Street star Keegan, who has her own range for high street brand Lipsy, wore a limited- edition green maxi-dress from House Of Fraser's Label Lab at the awards ceremony in London's Covent Garden.

Hopkins could not resist pointing out the creases in her dress, writing alongside a picture of Keegan on Twitter: "How hard can it be to dress the world's sexiest woman? Iron? Has anyone got a chuffing iron? #BAFTATV."

While many people gave their approval to Metcalfe's Philip Armstrong black lace gown, Hopkins admitted she was not a fan.

She posted a picture of Metcalfe with the caption: "Somewhere, somebody thought this was a good idea. And Jen needed a real girlfriend to put her straight #BAFTAS."

Fans took to Twitter to support both fashion choices, with one, @soaps_addict, writing: "Here is to jealous Katie Hopkins who wants to comment on @missjenjomet dress, she looks better than you! #hollyoaks."

Hopkins' latest comments came after she was challenged to a charity boxing match by singer Charlotte Church.

The pair traded verbal blows on Twitter, following Church's attendance at an anti-Tory demonstration in Cardiff.

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