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Ariana Grande rocks Victoria's Secret catwalk

Ariana Grande, Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift rocked the Victoria's Secret Show runway in London yesterday.

The 21-year-old singer was one of the performers at the annual event and looked the part in a pair of black sparkly high-waisted hotpants and a matching bralette with multi straps across the front. Adding to the sexy look Ariana rocked thigh-high black boots emblazoned with the word 'PINK' at the top, referring to the brand's collection.

As a splash of colour there was a small blue, pink and leopard print skirt attached to the back of her hotpants, which swung as she danced about. She kept her signature high ponytail and her make-up was relatively simple with smoked eyeshadow and fuchsia lipstick.

She joined Ed Sheeran, who ditched his usual casual look in favour of a smart white shirt, black waistcoat and a dark tie. He performed at the side of the runway strumming away at his guitar as the Angels flaunted their stuff, occasionally stopping to give a smile at the flame-haired singer songwriter.

Hozier went for a more gothic look in an all black ensemble of suit trousers, an oversized suit jacket and dark shirt. His shaggy hair was worn down and he looked full of emotion as he sang to the crowds, often resting his hand on his chest.

Completing the musical line-up was blonde bombshell Taylor Swift, who returned to the event after performing at the show in New York last year. She topped 2013's antics this time round wearing two cute and racy outfits as she gave the crowd her all.

One of the ensembles was a mash-up of nightwear, with a baby pink nightie with black lines and a matching silk gown with embroidery and a ruffled bottom. Taylor stood in the middle of the catwalk as models such as Lily Aldridge and close pal Karlie Kloss passed her in their gorgeous garments.

The star then went for a sultrier look in black high-waisted hotpants, similar to Ariana's but not sparkly, and a black bralette with a sheer lace cover-up on top which featured a floor-length back.

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