Billie Piper barely covers her modesty in a quirky black jumpsuit as she leads the glamour alongside Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jodie Turner-Smith at the Warner x Ciroc BRITs after party
Billie Piper, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jodie Turner led the way at the star-studded Warner Music x Ciroc BRIT Awards party at The Nomad Hotel on Saturday night.
The actress, 40, slipped into a barely-there ensemble as the group joined the music industry’s elite at the bash, following the awards ceremony at London’s O2 Arena.
Billie showed of her incredible frame in the kooky one piece, which barely covered her modesty with black swirls and matching sleeves.
Her blonde and black striped tresses were swept up in an elegant updo with a single curl slicked to her forehead.
Meanwhile, singer Leigh-Anne put on a very daring display in a racy meshed bralette and a beige patterned skirt with a daringly high slit.
Ladies’ night! Billie Piper (right), Leigh-Anne Pinnock (left) and Jodie Turner led the way at the star-studded Warner Music x Ciroc BRIT Awards party at The Nomad Hotel on Saturday night
The Little Mix star, 31, looked incredible, but risked a wardrobe malfunction in the eye-catching top, which had an open neckline to show off her ample assets.
The meshed material was marked by a thin wire and cropped at the stomach to show off her svelte figure.
She went jewellery-free and put on a leggy display as she made her way towards the event.
Leigh-Anne added a few extra inches of height to her frame in a pair of white strappy high heels.
Her raven tresses were swept up into a bun with an elaborate halo hairdo on top for added drama.
Leigh-Anne finished off her look with a full face of glamorous make-up, complete with winged eyeliner.
Also looking fabulous, was Jodie Turner-Smith, who oozed disco diva in a figure-hugging LBD with glittering mesh sleeves and thigh-high boots.
She wore her locks loose in an afro-style and opted for a heavy coat of make-up, including a shimmering green eye look and glossy lips.
Sizzling: Also looking fabulous, was Jodie Turner-Smith, who oozed disco diva in a figure-hugging LBD with glittering mesh sleeves and thigh-high boots
Elegant: The Little Mix star, 31, looked incredible, but risked a wardrobe malfunction in the eye-catching top, which had an open neckline to show off her ample assets
Racy: The Little Mix singer, 31, looked incredible from head-to-toe in a racy meshed bralette and a beige patterned skirt with a daringly high slit
Beaming: The meshed material was marked by a thin wire and cropped at the stomach to show off her svelte figure
Meanwhile, Charli XCX – who earlier in the evening was beat to the Pop/ Rnb award by Harry Styles – wore a statement t-shirt, reading ‘real winner’.
The singer, 30, teamed the look with a black mini leather skirt and matching black boots.
She covered her face with a pair of sunglasses and wrapped up in a brown and yellow tasseled coat.
Radiant: She went jewellery-free and put on a leggy display as she made her way towards the event
Queen Jodie! She wore her locks loose in an afro-style and opted for a heavy coat of make-up, including a shimmering green eye look and glossy lip
Pals! Jodie caught up with pal Lucien Laviscount at the event after sitting near each other at the ceremony
Sharp: Lucian looked dapper in a black jacket and trousers with a white shirt
Strutting in, she held a bottle of Dom Pérignon and let her luscious black locks cascade past her shoulders.
The star put on a very leggy display in the casual look as she made her way inside the event.
Also in attendance at the star-studded party was Myleene Klass who looked sensational in an animal print sheer dress.
The star left her black underwear on full display as she posed for cameras.
Iris Law left little to the imagination as she stumbled out of the taxi outside the event in London.
Showing off her incredible figure, she wore nothing but a black bra and figure-hugging grey skirt.
She added inches to her enviable frame in a pair of black high heels.
The beauty tied her gorgeous blonde locks tightly back into a bun, leaving her full chest on display.
She covered up in a grey cardigan and toted her belongings in a black handbag.
Billie Piper too made a busty appearance at the party in a pink, black and gold dress.
Animal print: Also in attendance at the star-studded party was Myleene Klass who looked sensational in an animal print sheer dress
Glowing: Myleene looked amazing as she posed for snaps
Meanwhile, Roxy Horner looked chic as she made her appearance in a black dress, embellished with a silver sparkly design.
The black number featured a shoulder pad detail and white collar that poked through the top of her dress.
She looked stunning as she covered up in a black fur coat and added a pair of black stilettos to her look.
Her blonde locks were held back behind a sparkly hairband, revealing elegant gold earrings.
Earlier that night, Mo Gilligan returned as The BRIT Awards host for the second year running and for the first time in the ceremony’s history, it took place on a Saturday, broadcast live from London’s O2 Arena.
Harry Styles swept the ceremony as he took home four awards – winning in every category he was nominated in – including the coveted Artist of the Year.
Wow: Meanwhile, Charli XCX – who earlier in the evening was beat to the Pop/ Rnb award by Harry Styles – wore a statement t-shirt, reading ‘real winner’
Show-stopper: Strutting in, she held a bottle of Dom Pérignon and let her luscious black locks cascade past her shoulders
Model behaviour: After presenting at the ceremony, Georgia May Jagger partied away
The singer, 29, who said he is ‘aware of his privilege’, dedicated the award to several female artists who weren’t nominated after the BRITs received criticism for its all-male Artist of the Year lineup when the category went gender neutral.
He also took home awards for Album of the Year for Harry’s House, Song of the Year for As It Was and Pop/R&B Act during during the show, which was hit with technical difficulties during the live broadcast and also saw British act Wet Leg win big.
Harry kicked this year’s BRITs off with a bang as he opened the show with a performance of his song As It Was.
Host Mo Gilligan then took to the stage and welcomed attendes to the show, saying: ‘For the first time ever, we’re on a Saturday night. The tables are back in full effect.’
Racy: Munroe Bergdorf looked amazing in a PVC thigh-split dress
Rock on! Eurovision star Sam Ryder wowed in an embroidered suit jacket
Aitch took home the first award of the night, winning the Hip-Hop/Grime Act gong.
Beyonce won International Artist of the Year, beating out the likes of Kendrik Lamar, Lizzo and Taylor Swift.
Becky Hill won the Dance Act award for the second year in a row and paid tribute to some of her fellow artists in her speech.
Harry also took home the Best Pop/R&B Award, which was presented to him by actress Salma Hayek.
Host Mo Gilligan then appeared to fluff his introduction to a performance by Lewis Capaldi by calling him Sam Capaldi, however he apologised afterward, joking it was proof how strong the drinks at the BRITs are.
The next award, Best New Act, was won by Wet Leg with lead singer Rhian Teasdale admitting her nerves as she got on stage.
Leggy! Vick Hope showcased her killer legs in a tiny black dress with a bejewelled bra
Stylish: Rudy Law, Gene Gallagher and Lennon Gallagher
So glam! Jodie covered up in a furry cow print coat
After Harry’s Artist of the Year award, Fontaines DC won International Group of the Year with member Carlos O’Connell accepting.
Wet Leg were honoured with their second award of the night next, taking home the gong for Group of the Year.
Beyonce’s Break My Soul was honoured with International Song of the Year with the performer recording another message for her UK fans.
The 1975 won the award for British Group with lead singer Matty Heay taking the microphone to thank the band’s fans for their support.
Harry picked up his third award next, winning Song of the Year for As It Was, presented to him by country music legend Shania Twain.
Fashion: Adwoa Aboah and Louise Redknapp also opted for stylish looks
Fat Boy Slim took to the stage next to present the award for Producer of the Year to veteran DJ David Guetta.
Sam Smith and Kim Petras took to the stage next for a raunchy rendition of their hit single Unholy, which came hot on the heels of their Grammys performance.
Lizzo, Harry, Lewis Capaldi, David Guetta, Becky Hill, Ella Henderson and Wet Leg also performed on the night.
Shortly after, Mo Gilligan told the audience the show was experiencing technical difficulties and so a clip of Adele performing her song I Drink Wine at last year’s show was played while the production crew sorted out the glitch.
Harry won his fourth and final of the world next when he received the Album of the Year award, presented to him by actor Stanley Tucci.
On display: Iris Law left little to the imagination as she stumbled out of the taxi outside the event in London
Ready: Showing off her incredible figure, she wore nothing but a black bra and figure-hugging grey skirt
During Harry’s final acceptance speech, a member of his team briefly took the mic to offer his thanks but Harry snatched it back when he made a joke that he promised his wife they would be like Maya Jama and Stormzy later that night.
The show concluded with David Guetta performing a selection of his hits with the help of Becky Hill, Ella Henderson and Sam Ryder.
Music bosses came under fire when the shortlist for the BRITs was announced last month.
In a surprise snub, female artists were shut out of the Artist Of The Year, which last year introduced a gender-neutral overhaul by scrapping its male and female-centric categories.
Ready to party: She looked stunning as she covered up in a black fur coat and added a pair of black stilettos to her look
Busty: Billie Piper too made a busty appearance at the party in a pink, black and gold dress
The first gender-neutral award was handed to Adele last year, but in her acceptance speech she pointedly told the audience: ‘I love being a woman.’
Harry, Stormzy and Fred Again – real name Fred Gibson – were niminated for album of the year, alongside The 1975 and indie duo Wet Leg, who were the only female act in the category.
Charli XCX, whose fifth studio album Crash topped the charts, and Florence and the Machine, whose album Dance Fever earned the singer her fourth UK number one, were notably absent.
BRIT Award bosses are said to be talks to bring back separate categories for best male and female artist next year, following the criticism.
BRIT AWARDS 2023: THE WINNERS
Mastercard Album Of The Year
The 1975 – Being Funny In A Foreign Language
Wet Leg – Wet Leg
Harry Styles – Harry’s House – WINNER
Stormzy – This Is What I Mean
Fred Again – Actual Life 3 (January 1 – September 9 2022)
Artist Of The Year
Harry Styles – WINNER
Group Of The Year
Bad Boy Chiller Crew
Wet Leg – WINNER
Best New Artist
Wet Leg – WINNER
Song Of The Year With Mastercard
Aitch – Baby Ft Ashanti
Cat Burns – Go
Dave – Starlight
Ed Sheeran And Elton John – Merry Christmas
Eliza Rose And Interplanetary Criminal – Baddest Of Them All
George Ezra – Green Green Grass
Harry Styles – As It Was – WINNER
Lewis Capaldi – Forget Me
Lf System – Afraid To Feel
Sam Smith And Kim Petras – Unholy
Best Alt Rock
The 1975 – WINNER
Producer of the Year
Songwriter Of The Year
Kid Harpoon – co-writer and co-producer on Harry’s House
Hip Hop/ Grime/ Rap
Aitch – WINNER
Becky Hill – WINNER
Harry Styles – WINNER
International Artist Of The Year
Beyonce – WINNER
International Group Of The Year
Drake And 21 Savage
First Aid Kit
Fontaines DC – WINNER
International Song Of The Year
Beyonce – Break My Soul – WINNER
David Guetta And Bebe Rexa – I’m Good (Blue)
Fireboy Dml & Ed Sheeran – Peru
Mauro Castillo, Stephanie Beatriz, Carolina Gaitán, Rhenzy Feliz, Encanto – Cast, Adassa, Diane Guerrero – We Dont Talk About Bruno
Gayle – Abcdefu
Jack Harlow – First Class
Lizzo – About Damn Time
Calum Scott And Lost Frequencies – Where Are You Npow
One Republic – I Ain’t Worried
Taylor Swift – Antihero
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