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King's un-glamorous run-in with ex

Mollie King narrowly avoided an awkward run-in with ex-boyfriend David Gandy at the Glamour Awards, when someone stood on the back of her dress.

The 26-year-old Saturdays singer turned heads at the star-studded bash in a backless red gown with a long train, as she and bandmates Vanessa White, Frankie Sandford and Una Healy collected the award for Best Band.

Male model David - who split from Mollie last February after nine months of dating - was also at the awards enjoying the Cointreau cocktails on offer and posing for pictures with fans.

A party insider revealed: "Mollie was walking through to the bar and passed David, who was having his picture taken with a fan. She started making a beeline for the door but almost tripped over when a man behind her stood on the back of her dress."

But Mollie scooped up her dress and carried on, and she and David were later spotted having a chat.

Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe was also causing some collisions, as he and Juno Temple - who recently worked together on upcoming fantasy film Horns - spent all evening sitting on the steps in the bar area, deep in conversation. The party was so crowded that several people almost fell over the pair, walking down the steps.

The original Sugababes may have reformed, but while Mutya Buena and Siobhan Donaghy happily hung out together at the bar, bandmate Keisha Buchanan partied separately with friends.

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