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Miley Cyrus wowed in silver gown

Miley Cyrus rocked a shimmering Kaufman Franco gown during the 2014 World Music Awards yesterday.

The 21-year-old star dressed to impress for the event in Monte Carlo, Monaco, where she was nominated for several awards. Her sparkling Kaufman Franco gown was a modest number featuring long sleeves, a high neckline and floor-length finish. However, the slinky shape highlighted her figure perfectly and gave a seductive touch.

To add more shimmer Miley wore Lorraine Schwartz jewellery and Versace shoes as she took to the stage to accept her prizes. She picked up Best Pop Video for her track Wrecking Ball and Best Female Act during the ceremony.

Later in the evening the blonde singer went all out for a performance of her winning song. For the rendition Miley swapped her silver dress for a strapless Giambattista Valli gown with a heavy floral print and a boho-feel.

She took her younger brother Braison as her date, posting several photos of them together on her Instagram.

"My hawt date #wukongz (sic)" she wrote alongside a picture of her leaning against her taller sibling.

Actress Nina Dobrev attended the bash last night as well. Her light yellow gown had a low cut neckline and was covered in gold panelling, which shimmered as she posed on the red carpet.

With her Jenny Packham dress Nina held a small clutch bag and wore her brown dip-dyed locks down.

Mariah Carey also made an impact during the evening, arriving in a sheer gown with a bejewelled patch covering her modesty. She picked up the Pop Icon and Best-Selling Solo Artist Of All-Time awards after having sold over 200 million albums and landing the most number one singles in the US.

She too took to the stage to sing, for which she slipped into a black mermaid-style gown to show off her hourglass figure. Despite holding up the ceremony due to the launch party of her new album Me. I Am Mariah... The Elusive Chanteuse beforehand, the audience were quick to applaud her presence.

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