By Emily Sheridan
Sizzling: Katherine Jenkins shows off her trim figure in a black Stella McCartney creation as she arrives at the GQ Men Of The Year Awards at the Royal Opera House in London
Just two weeks ago, Katherine Jenkins stunned many of her Twitter followers when she hit out at 'hurtful and untrue' reports she had an affair with David Beckham.
And tonight (Tuesday), she hoped to move past the furore as she stepped out in a slinky black dress at the GQ Men Of The Year Awards.
Still looking slimmer following her turn on Dancing With The Stars earlier this year, the Welsh classical singer looked stunning in a daring Stella McCartney gown.
Bringing sexy back: The 32-year-old is still in svelte shape following her appearance on Dancing With The Stars
Arriving on the red carpet of the bash at the Royal Albert Hall, it marked Katherine's first public appearance since she vehemently denied the Beckham reports two weeks ago.
Ahead of her arrival, she tweeted: 'Amazing shoot for the new album today... Now it's a quick dress change and off to the GQ Awards! (Dress by Stella).'
Her red carpet appearance comes after she returned from performing in China.
Glowing: The singer teamed her striking black gown with a deep golden tan
Cheeky cutaway: The dress highlighted Katherine's slim figure and suited her toned physique
Katherine was furious when she kept seeing her name linked to the married father-of-four, so put out a denial on the micro-blogging site on August 24.
She wrote: 'Dear Twitter friends, I've read some horrible rumours on here & want u 2 know I absolutely deny I’ve had an affair with David Beckham.
'The rumours are very hurtful, untrue & my lawyers tell me actionable.
Stella fans: Olympic cyclist Victoria Pendleton wore a short version of Katherine's McCartney gown, and jazzed it up with a belt
'I’ve only met David twice: once at the Military Awards in 2010 & on a night out in the West End in Feb 2012.
'We were out in a group of friends & it was just a normal fun evening out. Just so we are clear I have never been on my own with him and never arranged to meet up.'
Meanwhile, a representative for Beckham told the MailOnline at the time: 'Unfortunately, we have to deal with this type of nonsense on Twitter.
Ladies in black: Kylie Minogue and Lara Stone both opted for plain dresses on the red carpet, but both stood out in their simple designs
Glitzy: Kelly Brook, Olivia Munn and Tara Palmer-Tomkinson all shone in their glittery dresses
'One minute David is dead... then a more scurrilous rumour, there is not one jot of truth to any of it.'
Her choice of gown was remarkably similar to Olympic gold medallist Victoria Pendleton, who also opted for a Stella creation with cut-out sheer side panels.
The designer herself turned up on the arm of publisher husband Alashair Willis.
Old Hollywood style: Lana Del Rey debuted her new dark hair at the event
Bright and beautiful: Mad Men stars Elisabeth Moss and Alison Brie both opted for bold dress for the event
It seemed black for the dominant fashion theme for the evening, with Kylie Minogue wearing a strapless leggy number for the do.
The Voice judge Jessie J showed off a lot of leg and cleavage in her daring tuxedo-style dress, which showed off her long legs as she walked up the red carpet.
As well as the usual guests of pop stars, models and actresses, there was a host of Olympians.
The longer, the better: Jessie J and Bond girl Bérénice Marlohe both wowed in floor-sweeping gown as they posed on the red carpet
The ones that got it wrong: Nancy Dell'Olio revealed too much in her sheer gown, Claudia Winkleman was too dressed down in her jumper and trousers and Grace Jones was her typical eccentric self
Cyclist Bradley Wiggins turned up with his wife Catherine, who flew the flag for Britain in a Union Jack ball-tie dress by Vivienne Westwood.
Scot Sir Chris Hoy looked dapper in a grey suit as he arrived with wife Sarra, who looked sleek in a black dress.
Other Olympians in attendance were Mo Farah, Greg Rutherford, Louis Smith and Christine Ohuruogu.
Designer in chief: Stella McCartney, the brainchild behind Team GB's kit, arrived with her husband Alasdhair Willis
Olympic date night: Bradley Wiggins was accompanied by his gorgeous wife Catherine, while Sir Chris Hoy was upstaged by wife Sarra, who looked incredible in her black dress
Mo, who won two golds at the Olympics last month, presented Robbie Williams with the Icon Award.
The Take That star arrived with his heavily pregnant wife Ayda Field, who is due to give birth this month.
Pale and interesting: Kelly Brook wore a white dress as she arrived with Thom Evans (left), while Holly Valance wore a silver Alberta Ferretti playsuit as she posed on the arm of fiancé Nick Candy
Babes in blue: Heston Blumenthal's girlfriend Suzanne Pirret wore a sparkly blue dress (left), while Louise Redknapp opted for the same colour as she arrived with husband Jamie
Duos: TV presenter Dermot O'Leary and fiancee Dee Koppang (left) and Blur star Alex James and wife Claire Neate
Meanwhile, representing America was pin-up actress Olivia Munn in a very low-cut dress, who presented the Writer Of The Year Award to Aaron Sorkin.
Chart newcomer Lana Del Rey, wearing a white satin dress, continued her success by winning Women Of The Year.
Our Greatest Team: Runner Mo Farah, long jumper Greg Rutherford and gymnast Louis Smith looked dapper in their suits
Flamboyant presenters: Liam Gallagher gave the Lifetime Achievement Award to Bradley, while Grace Jones presented Tom Jones with the Legend Award
Flamboyant: Azealia Banks cosies up to comedians David Walliams and Jimmy Carr
Winners: James Corden won the Editor's Special Award, while Sacha Baron Cohen picked up Comedian