By Mary Mrad For Daily Mail Australia
05:42 12 Sep 2023, updated 06:53 12 Sep 2023
The sister of West Coast Eagles star Rhett Bazzo made a show-stopping appearance at Monday night’s 2023 Sandover Medal.
Kameron Bazzo stunned in a yellow dress by Australian designer Natalie Rolt as she posed on the red carpet.
The beauty showed off her figure in the glamorous backless sequinned gown, which she paired with white heels and a matching coloured bag.
Kameron attended as the partner of East Perth player Angus Schumacher.
The Sandover Medal is awarded to the best-and-fairest player in the Western Australian Football League.
Kameron’s bright appearance on the red carpet came after her mother Kylie was killed in a boating accident in Mandurah, south of Perth, in January.
The dress also featured a plunging neckline similar to the iconic red dress worn by AFL WAG Rebecca Judd at her first red big carpet event 19 years ago.
Rebecca burst onto the scene when she wore a red Tarvydas dress with a plunging neckline to the 2004 Brownlow Medal.
She’d been dating Chris Judd for a few years at the time, but the couple had yet to marry.
Chris told The Herald Sun last year, the 2004 Brownlow was the night Bec became ‘public property’ and their lives changed forever.
‘It did feel like a before and after event. Some wonderful opportunities opened up from it. Life was just very different,’ said Chris, who was just 21 when he won the prestigious Brownlow Medal.
‘Things around privacy, having a partner who was seemingly public property as well, there were a lot of things to get used to and my memories are of a really special night, but an exclamation point between life before that and life after that as well.’
The Judds tied the knot in 2010, and he retired from football five years later.
They have since welcomed four children: son Oscar, 12, daughter Billie, nine, and seven-year-old twins Tom and Darcy.
Rebecca and Chris live in a $7.3million mansion in Brighton, Melbourne.
They have made many renovations to their Spanish Colonial home to make it suitable for their needs.