Tuesday, 4 November 2008

The Music Industry Trust Awards

Itsy-bitsy, teeny-weeny dresses were the order of the day as Girls Aloud added some va-va-voom to the Music Industry Awards last night.The bandmates, minus LA-based Nadine Coyle, all looked ultra-glamorous, with Nicola Roberts sticking to her fake tan ban and glowing in a peach mini with a Chanel belt. Sarah Harding opted for a daringly short, violet number, while Cheryl Cole wowed in a grey shift dress with an eye-catching red waist belt. Kimberly Walsh, meanwhile, was the only Girl Aloud to choose a knee-length number, and looked pretty in her draped LBD with leopard-print heels.Cheryl Cole's fellow X Factor judges Louis Walsh and Simon Cowell also rocked up to the bash, and Simon was in high spirits despite a recent split with girlfriend Terri Seymours – who is now rumoured to be dating Stephen Dorff.Cowell joked: 'No one wants me,' before saying he and his ex would remain friends. 'Everything is fine between me and Terri.'Other celebrities who attended the bash, which raised £350,000 for charity, included Sugababes, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, and 60th birthday girl, Lulu, who were all treated to performances by Take That, Razorlight, Snow Patrol and Mika.Meanwhile, guests of honour U2 presented an award to Universal Records boss Lucian Grainge for services to music.

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