Among the famous faces were reality television stars including Made in Chelsea's Stephanie Pratt, Love Island's Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen, Sandi Bogle from Gogglebox, and Debbie Bright from The Only Way is Essex with dog Bertie.
Other guests included The Great British Bake Off 2016 finalist Jane Beedle whose cake raised a £300 on the night, James McVey from The Vamps and former Hollyoaks and The Bill star, Ali Bastian.
More than 250 people attended the 130th annual fundraiser in aid of the animal shelter located in Kensal Green , and a record-breaking £23,000 was raised with KISS FM presenter Pandora Christie hosting the special evening.
The event included a drinks reception and a three-course meal with entertainment from Bollywood dancers from R&R Productions and a video of the work The Mayhew do.
This was followed by a festive-filled auction and raffle with prizes such as a London Wine Academy Tasting Masterclass, box tickets to see Manchester United at a home game at Old Trafford and a cake created by Bake-Off star Jane.
The real shining stars of the night were some of The Mayhew’s former and current residents many which were brought in as strays or victims of neglect and abuse, and have gone on to make a full recovery.
Most of the dogs have been placed in new homes, while some are still looking for new owners.
"It was great to see so many people with dogs of all different shapes and sizes on the red carpet.
“Tinsel and Tails is all about celebrating the charity’s work in rescuing and re-homing dogs and cats and raising funds to enable this work to continue.
"The fundraiser was a great opportunity to highlight some of the many animal welfare issues our staff are faced with every day, including cases of neglect and illegal breeding, and showcasing our ongoing work out in the community helping vulnerable pet owners.
"All the money raised will go towards to helping more animals in need.”
The fundraiser sponsored by Tails.com and Sity Walks, was held at the Grand Connaught Rooms in Holborn on December 6.
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