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Jessie J: Lovato was VMAs hot

Published 27/08/2014

Jessie J and Joan Rivers
Jessie J and Joan Rivers

Jessie J and Kelly Osbourne have got together to discuss the looks at the MTV VMAs.

The annual event, held at The Forum in California this year, celebrates some of the biggest stars in music.

It's also a chance for some weird and wonderful outfits and Jessie, who rocked several different looks on Sunday night, visited E! show Fashion Police to discuss her favourites.

The British singer sat down with hosts George Kotsiopoulos, Giuliana Rancic, Joan Rivers and Kelly Osbourne.

"Catch me on fashion police on E now! Discussing the beautiful and so hot @ddlovato and @kimkardashian @ddlovato that dress guuuuurl and your hair and makeup was just... @kimkardashian body in that @balmain beautiful women at the VMAS this year! (sic)," Jessie posted on Instagram.

She added a snap of herself sat on Joan's lap, wearing leather trousers and a leopard-print blazer.

Jessie, 26, started off the VMAs night wearing a vintage Halston dress, then changed into a crop top and flares for the press room. She also sported a short monochrome dress while performing hit Bang Bang with Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj and pulled a black striped frock out for the after-party.

Kelly was also out in full force for the VMAs, dressed in an Honor gown and Beladora jewellery.

It seems the 29-year-old was also excited about chatting to Jessie.

"I bl***y love @JessieJ she is wicked! Don't miss her on our @e_FashionPolice #Emmys #VMAs special tonight at 8pm! (sic)," she tweeted.

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