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Perrie Edwards' racy lacy look

Published 09/11/2015

British band Little Mix wowed at a London awards event, showing off some serious skin on the red carpet on Monday (08Nov15).

Singer Perrie Edwards put on a racy display during Radio 1's Teen Awards, flashing her derriere in a black lace dress.

The blonde star was joined by Little Mix bandmates Jesy Nelson, Jade Thirlwall and Leigh-Anne Pinnock on the red carpet on Sunday (08Nov15), with the girl group all showing off their enviable figures in a variety of low-cut outfits. Perrie donned a black lace dress, which sat over a black bodysuit. The off-the-shoulder number featured a high neckline, made even more dramatic with Perrie's hairstyle, which was swept off her face in a tousled high ponytail.

Jesy went for a black trouser suit, which showed off lacy negligee underneath. Leigh-Anne also went for a more masculine look, adding edge to her all-black jumpsuit in the form of thigh-high slits and a navel skimming neckline. Jade looked the most demure out of the foursome, rocking a burgundy leather strappy top and high-waisted black trousers.

Later in the evening they stormed the stage in glittery outfits, all showing off their legs in sparkling stage costumes.

Also at the awards bash was Demi Lovato, who dressed for the colder British weather in a white blouse and red dog tooth-print skirt. Towering red velvet heels brought the glam factor, as did a pop of red lipstick. However she dropped the prim and proper look when she took to the stage, wowing in a colourful furry coat over a black leather skirt and bralette combo.

Nick Jonas looked dapper too, wearing a biker-inspired look of matching jacket and jeans.

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