Vernon Kay puts on a dapper display with Ronan Keating and Theo Paphitis at the Comic Relief Gala

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The TV presenter, 44, led the way for a host of stars at the Ryman and Robert Dyas's Comic Relief Gala Ball at Battersea Evolution in London on Friday night.
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