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Oti Mabuse wows in metallic dress as she leads the stars at MOBO Awards 2022

Oti Mabuse looked sensational on Wednesday night as she led the stars down the red carpet at the MOBO Awards 2022 at the OVO Arena in Wembley.

The former Strictly Come Dancing pro dancer, 32, looked nothing short of sensational in a bronze patterned minidress as she posed at the annual ceremony.

Her shining number gathered at the waist to show off her svelte figure and boasted a long train on the side.

Oti wore a glowing face of makeup to accentuate her gorgeous features and kept the accessories to a minimum as she went with some classic smaller golden hoop earrings. She also wore matching golden heels.


Elsewhere, Sir Mo Farah looked dapper in a black velvet tuxedo jacket layered over a white V-neck T-shirt.

The Olympic champion runner opted for black skinny jeans and silver chain necklaces as he finished his look.

Also looking dapper on the red carpet was singer Craig David, 41, who received the outstanding contribution award and performed at the event.

The legendary singer looked smart in a black blazer, matching trousers and a coordinating black shirt underneath.


Also on the red carpet was R&B singer Raye, who arrived to the award ceremony in a stunning pale pink gown, that flowed to the floor.

She added a diamond handbag for a touch of sparkle, and matching earrings and a necklace.

Raye's short locks were styled in Hollywood curls and she completed her look with thick black eyeliner.


Elsewhere, supermodel Jourdan Dunn showed off her ample cleavage in a grey silk gown as she posed up a storm on the red carpet.

Professional boxer Anthony Joshua, 33, also attended the awards ceremony.

It comes as Little Simz and Knucks won album of the year for their albums Sometimes I Might Be Introvert and Alpha Place respectively at the 25th MOBO awards.

The win topped off another successful year for Little Simz, 28, after she took home the Mercury Prize last month and was named best new artist at the BRIT Awards in February.

London rapper and producer Knucks, also 28, whose music combines rap and jazz, also lead the way at this year’s awards with five nominations for his debut album.

You can see the full list of winners, here.

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