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BRITs beauties Rita, Berenice and Laura shine in metallic creations
The music industry's finest were out in full force on Wednesday night for the Brit awards, braving the chilly British weather to glam up for the starry event.
All eyes were on Rita Ora as she stepped out wearing a shiny peach backless Ulyana Sergeenko gown that she paired with a quiffed updo and bold red lips.
The popstar looked confident and collected as she posed for the photographers, despite needing a male friend to carry her long train as she walked.
Bond girl Berenice Marlohe also opted for a shiny, metallic number, showing off her incredible curves in the silver Vivienne Westwood number. Cascading curls and smoky eye make-up completed the smouldering look.
TV presenter Laura Whitmore was dazzling in a metallic silver mini-dress by Zoe Jordan, putting her long legs on display in the thigh-skimming number.
Red carpet goddess Taylor Swift, meanwhile, who recently split up with One Direction member Harry Styles, went back to black in a gorgeous black Elie Saab gown with thigh-high sheer panels.
As did Jessie J, in a plunging Versace dress that she paired with Jimmy Choo shoes and clutch bag. The Dominoes singer was showing off her recent makeover with her pared-down look that consisted of minimal make-up and straight locks.
Also keeping it simple in black was former PussycatDolls member Ashley Roberts. The beautiful blonde opted for a strapless, floor-sweeping gown featuring a sheer skirt. She was sure to keep the attention on her stunning dress by wearing her hair in a top knot.
Emelie Sande, meanwhile, went for a toned-down look in a blazer and pencil skirt.
While the ladies certainly got flashbulbs blazing on the famous red carpet, it was the One Direction boys who truly stole the show, eliciting a chorus of screams from the crowd as they exited their car.
And girlband Little Mix showed off their evolving style in an array of gorgeous gowns.
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