Simon Cowell looked unrecognisable as he headed home from the Together For Short Lives Ball in London after hosting the star-studded charity event on Friday night with Lauren Silverman.

The TV personality, 63, and his partner, 45, left in their chauffeured ride home from the annual ball which raises money for young people affected by a life-limiting or life-threatening condition.

Celebrities were snapped leaving the do in the English capital late on Friday, including Christine McGuinness who really stole the show in her pink floor-length gown and Peter Andre who looked dapper in an all-black suit.

In recent months, Simon’s appearance has sparked concern with his radically different facial features which appear ultra-smooth and less movement in his expressions.

During the evening, Simon bidded for and won a Nelson Mandela piece of artwork, named ‘Peace’, for £22,000.

It is understood that he has also agreed to a ‘big percentage’ of profits from his latest TV show to the charity.

A source also revealed to MailOnline that he thanked the crowd for joining him at the charity event to raise money for a good cause.

After leaving the crowd ‘roaring with laughter’, Simon dashed back on stage as he forgot to give mention to his partner Lauren.

He reminded Lauren as well as the rest of the attendees that he was thankful to her in particular and tell the room how much he loved her.

Lauren was snapped in the car home after switching into a more comfortable outfit to wear home, wearing a beige jumper, shorts and cream baseball hat.

Simon opted for a satin black blazer with lapels of a different material and his signature white shirt, making sure to leave the first bunch of buttons undone.

He looked in good spirits with his partner while they sat in the back of the cream leather lined car at the end of the night.

In one snap he looked rather struck by the camera flashes as pictures were taken from the front windscreen as he had a startled look on his face.

Lauren’s makeup looked flawless and she wore her raven tresses poker straight and behind her shoulders.

Former Strictly judge Bruno Tonioli looked dapper in his crisp white shirt and unique golden brooch which her wore on the collar.

He opted for a checkered navy blazer for the evening and matched with his trousers, and was ever the gentleman while walking stars out of the venue to their cars.

This included interior designer and former Dragon’s Den investor Kelly Hoppen, who looked gorgeous in a strapless black jumpsuit and added a brown furry jacket.

Lizzie Cundy looked sensational in a jaw-dropping pink silk gown, which had a train that she held in one hand, revealing her slim pins beneath.

The socialite and TV personality added a pair of sleek matching gloves and slipped into a pair of hot pink high heels, adding some inches to her slender frame.

Christine McGuinness stunned in her mauve pink dress, with the fishtail style hugging every inch of her curves.

She also opted for a pair of gloves which had a touch of feathers on the hems, matching the fluffy design of the bottom of her dress.

The Together For Short Lives Ball is supported by Morrisons and is in partnership with OK! Magazine, and celebrities were welcomed into a ‘Spring Wonderland’ on Friday night.

At the London venue, the stars were promised an unforgettable evening with world-class entertainment to woo them into donating big sums of cash for the charity.

They support the community of young people living with life-limiting health conditions, providing people to talk to in times of need.

It is thethe UK’s first dedicated service of support for young people, ‘so that no child, no sister, no brother or friend will be left to struggle on their own’, the charity’s plege reads.


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