Wonder if the Queen is a fan? Ha!
The gorgeous Girls Aloud gals were matchy-matchy as they performed for the Queen of England and Prince Philip at Royal Albert Hall for the Royal Variety Performance in London on Monday.
Dressed in strapless mermaid-style gowns with gold brocade embroidery (highly reminiscent of the Dolce & Gabbana F/W 2012 collection), the stunning singers took the stage with mega style as a massive Girls Aloud sign flashed in the background.
Talk about stage presence!
With their lovely Veronica Lake tresses, Cheryl Cole, Nicola Roberts, Nadine Coyle, Sarah Harding and Kimberley Walsh sang their hearts out for their royal sovereign as well as several celebs in attendance, including One Direction, Kylie Minogue, and Alicia Keys.
We wish we’d been there!
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Last night, Q Magazine held its annual music awards in London, the Q Awards. And the celebs turned out to work the red carpet, though we did notice a certain trend — black!
The majority of the ladies showed up in black with maybe a small splash of color in their outfits.
Though Florence Welch did look stunning in her tulle mini skirt with corset top and sheer blouse.
Fearne Cotton, who was presenting, also went entirely in black opting for black pants, a black long-sleeve blouse, and black boots.
Charlotte Church also attended in black wearing a Diesel Black Gold collection dress and cutie Nadine Coyle wore a black and white mini dress with a black blazer and black ankle boots.
But singer Cornie Baile Rae had the right idea when she showed up in a bright yellow top with matching brown checkered shorts. The singer definitely stood out among the sea of black.
What do U think of the outfits?
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