Singer Ciara and NFL footballer Russell Wilson made their red carpet debut as a married couple at the ESPY Awards in Los Angeles on Wednesday.
The loved-up pair happily posed for cameras after tying the knot last week at Peckforton Castle in Cheshire with Ciara in a Roberto Cavalli Couture gown.
The I Bet singer, 30, looked like the cat who got the cream as her huge diamond wedding ring also made its debut.
The sparkler matched the rest of Ciara's jewellery as she swept along the red carpet in a light pink and diamante dress, that highlighted her toned figure.
Russell, who plays for the Seattle Seahawks, looked in his element at the ESPYs, which honour outstanding sporting achievement.
It was a star-studded night that was opened by sportsmen LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony, Dwyane Wade and Chris Paul addressing the police shootings of black men.
Dwayne said: "The racial profiling has to stop. The shoot-to-kill mentality has to stop. Not seeing the value of black and brown bodies has to stop."
He arrived on the red carpet with his wife Gabrielle Union.
Justin Timberlake later presented the Icon Award to retired sports stars quarterback Peyton Manning, former Los Angeles Laker Kobe Bryant and Olympic gold medalist soccer player Abby Wambach.
Justin shared on Twitter a video remembering Zaevion Dobson, who became the youngest recipient of the ceremony's Arthur Ashe Courage Award at just 15, calling it "a true story of heroism".
Zaevion, a member of Fulton High School's Falcons football team, posthumously received the award for sacrificing himself to save three girls in a drive-by shooting in Knoxville, Tennessee last year.
This is a true story of heroism. #ZaevionDobson
Please watch. https://t.co/t3RnWL0btd
-- Justin Timberlake (@jtimberlake) July 14, 2016
Caitlyn Jenner returned to the ESPYS, a year after receiving the Arthur Ashe award herself.
She was styled by step-daughter Kim Kardashian in an all-white caped outfit.
Singer Usher posed with legendary boxer Sugar Ray Leonard outside the Microsoft Theatre in LA.
Inside, he took over presenting duties from host and WWE star John Cena, handing out the best play award to Green Bay Packers player Aaron Rodgers.
Aaron was accompanied by his girlfriend of two years, X: Men Apocalypse actress Olivia Munn.
She looked stunning in a floor-length white gown with gold embellishments as well as sky high heels, which still had her craning up to look at her tall beau.
Whiplash actor Miles Teller debuted a surprise blond look as he presented best comeback athlete on stage alongside racing driver Danica Patrick.
Chance the Rapper paid an emotional tribute to boxer Muhammad Ali, who passed away earlier this year, to close the ceremony.