Sunrise host Natalie Barr stuns at Tour de Cure charity ball

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Sunrise host Natalie Barr looked stunning on the weekend as she attended the Tour de Cure annual black-tie Snow Ball to raise money for cancer research projects.

The host, 54, wore a gold sleeveless top with a high neck and bow detail, which she paired with a long black skirt and black heels.

Sunrise host Natalie Barr
Sunrise host Natalie Barr looked stunning at the Tour de Cure annual black-tie Snow Ball this weekend alongside her co-hosts. Photo: Supplied

The Sunrise and Weekend Sunrise team MC'd the event with James Tobin leading the night, which raised a huge $1.75 million for Tour de Cure's research efforts.

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Journalist Samantha Brett was in attendance and wore a white mini-dress with puffed sleeves and gold heels.

Sally Obermeder also got the white memo and wore a figure-hugging white dress with a thigh-high split. She carried a nude clutch and accessorised with a number of gold bracelets.

Samantha Brett and Sally Obermeder
Samantha Brett and Sally Obermeder looked gorgeous in white. Photo: Supplied
James Tobin
James Tobin looked dapper in a navy suit for the occasion. Photo: Supplied

James Tobin looked dapper in a navy suit for the occasion, while Angie Asimus looked gorgeous in a black Scanlan Theodore gown which featured textured velvet and glitter accents. She paired the look with black heels and a Dior bag.

Jamie Durie and his fiancée Ameka Foster also stunned with Jamie choosing a black tuxedo and green bow-tie to match Ameka's beautiful emerald green asymmetrical dress.

Angie Asimus
Angie Asimus looked gorgeous in a black Scanlan Theodore gown. Photo: Supplied
Jamie Durie and his fiancée Ameka Foster
Jamie Durie and his fiancée Ameka Foster also stunned as they posed for photos. Photo: Supplied

Dominique Robinson OAM, Chair of Tour de Cure Gala Events shared how Covid-19 had affected cancer research, saying, "Whilst we are seeing Australia go back to almost normal, we are still seeing the long-term effects the COVID-19 pandemic has had on cancer and medical research in general."

"We at Tour de Cure have not given up and our mission hasn’t changed. We need to keep driving cancer awareness and ensure that people continue to seek medical help despite the fear of COVID-19."

The much-needed $1.75m raised will go towards Tour de Cure’s efforts, including much-needed pledges to a leukaemia research project conducted by the Children’s Cancer Institute of Australia and the Canteen Robots for Schools program, bringing normalcy to high school students who cannot attend school because of cancer treatment or recovery.

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