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BRITs 2019
Little Mix rule the red carpet in VERY daring gowns as they prepare to battle it out with pop's finest on music's biggest night of the year

  The hottest stars in music headed to London's 02 arena in North Greenwich on Wednesday night in celebration of the 2019 BRIT Awards.
The evening, hosted by Jack Whitehall for the second year in a row, sees P!nk being honoured for her career with the Outstanding Contribution To Music prize. Little Mix ruled the red carpet as the stars flocked to the venue, looking absolutely incredible in four very different evening gowns. The girls were nominated for Best British Group and Best British Video for Woman Like Me (feat. Nicki Minaj), but only walked away with the latter award. Leigh-Anne Pinnock commanded attention in a daring green skirt with a thigh-high split, teamed with a coordinating silk top.
The revealing ensemble highlighted her tiny waist and toned stomach, perfectly complemented by her long, loose curls.Perrie Edwards opted for a more classic red carpet look, slipping into a midnight blue strapless number by Suzanne Neville.
Jade Thirlwall looked angelic in a white number with a sparkling silver overlay, while Jesy Nelson wowed in a sexy black lace number. Little Mix will be performing at the ceremony once again, proving their title as the world's best girl band.
Dua Lipa, 23, was also turning heads in a bright fuchsia frock as she joined the likes of Lily Allen and Maya Jama on the red carpet. The singer looked sensational in her eye-catching Christopher Kane dress, which featured an entirely sheer, black lace bodice with an extreme plunging neckline.Dua added some quirky accessories including emerald rings and a dazzling silver manicure to match her diamond necklace. The New Rules hitmaker had the most nods out of all the BRIT nominees for the second consecutive year, after receiving five in 2018.Last year saw the pop princess take home two prizes; British Female and British Breakthrough Artist.This year, despite being nominated four times; in the British Single category for her hits IDGAF and One Kiss and in the British Video section for the same songs, but she walked away with the British Single award for One Kiss. Lily Allen was also making a strong impression on the red carpet, showing off a new Gothic inspired hairstyle as she descended upon the O2.She embraced a bohemian vibe in a floaty, floral print Coach dress and completed her look with a smoky eye and some serious attitude.Pink put in an appearance at the awards to collect her top prize, ensuring all eyes were on her thanks to her neon yellow dress. Maya Jama was a vision in a beige dress with voluminous tulle detailing, exuding elegance as she made her way into the venue.
Maya pulled her hair up in a high ponytail and accessorised with a pair of sparkling silver chandelier earrings.
Meanwhile, Abbey Clancy was indisputably one of the most glamorous stars on the night, turning heads in a glittering green gown.The pregnant model - who is expecting her fourth child with husband Peter Crouch - looked impossibly gorgeous in the daring, thigh-split dress.
The likes of Caroline Flack and Louise Redknapp also walked the red carpet, donning little black dresses, while Kelly Brook was her typical seductive self in a low-cut burgundy frock.
Also lighting up the red carpet was Jess Glynne, who ditched her usual street style in favour of old school glamour in a figure-hugging silk gown.
The singer was nominated in the British Female category and was also up for the British Single gong, but she was unsuccessful on the night.
Hugh Jackman was also one of the first stars to walk the red carpet, flashing a big grin and wave as he prepared for his big opening number.
The evening kicked off with a special performance from Hollywood star Hugh Jackman in celebration of The Greatest Showman.




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