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It's not all about the music at the Brits. OK, mainly it is, but here we showcase what the stars of our charts wore.
Critics Choice award winner Jessie J wore a teeny tiny shiny Jade dress by Vivienne Westwood.
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She then opted for equally gregarious get-up for the Universal after party.
Corinne's as pretty as ever in a purple puff ball dress.
Our very own Liz does us proud in a simple and elegent black dress paired with fun animal print heels.
See also: Come dine with Liz McClarnon
Paloma opts for metallic in a floor sweeping Vivienne Westwood number with black satin accessories.
Paloma changes into a red satin skirt and sheer top with diamante detail to perform on stage with Cee-Lo Green.
Paloma slips into something a little more comfortable (but no less accentric) at the Sony after party.
TV presenter Caroline Flack in a simple white number. But uh-oh...
....looks like Emma Willis had exactly the same idea. Nice belt and tights touch.
The lovely lady in lavender.
Sophie Ellis Bextor channels the 50s in this gorgeous black and red polker dot dress.
Annie Mac shows attude in an animal print shift dress.
The jury's out on this tiny tangerine Stella McCartney number...
Sara Cox shows a bit of leg in a fun LBD with frilly skirt.
The usually edgy Fearne Cotton suprised crowds in this understated Temperley London beaded dress.
More animal print was showcased by the regal-looking Rocos.
Cheryl dares to bare in a jet black Stella McCartney dress with thigh high slit.
Alesha goes for gold in a short dress and leather cropped cardi.
The ageless Caprice pulls off this rather risque black leather dress.
Katherine Jenkins in a green corsetted Vivienne Westwood dress.
British Female Solo Artist nominee Ellie Goulding in a beautiful champagne satin gown.
Lisa Snowdon looking citrus sweet in this cute off-the-shoulder number.
Avril Lavigne looking like butter wouldn't melt in a sweet black dress with feather skirt. Almost.
Labyrinth does country gent with a twist in this adorably eccentric ensemble.
The Only Way is Essex's Jessica Wright is very reminiscent of Cheryl Cole in this black cut-out bodycon dress.
Rihanna wowed on stage in a scarlet Giles Deacon dress with trail...
...before stripping down to her undies.
...before getting dressed again in this sweet flowery strapless dress.
Eliza Doolittle in a tighty whitey dress.
Preeya Kalidas proving that even the sveltest of svelt still look a bit iffy in a skin-tight cat suit.
With fluffed lines, rambling acceptance speeches and stuck autocues - we did the BAFTAs as only Brits can in true haphazard under-rehersed style.