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Scherzinger dazzles at Oliviers

Published 13/04/2015

Nicole Scherzinger
Nicole Scherzinger

Nicole Scherzinger led the way at the Olivier Awards in London at the weekend.

The former Pussycat Doll showed off her curves in a black strapless figure-hugging fishtail dress. The star, who was nominated for her performance as Grizabella in West End musical Cats, finished the Galia Lahav outfit with a thick gold belt that highlighted her slim waist. Red lipstick and matching nails added a pop of colour, while she wore her hair up in a chic high bun.

Also in black and gold was former Bond girl Gemma Arterton. The British actress wore a revealing gown which showed off her impressive cleavage and featured a criss cross detail at the back. She too added a metallic finish with a gold choker-style necklace and cuff bracelet. While the 29-year-old kept her lips nude, she went for her a heavy eyeliner make-up look.

Black was clearly the colour of choice for a lot of the stars as The Fall actress Gillian Anderson was another star who wore the hue. She looked glamorous a lace gown that boasted a short skirt underneath with a long flowing train over the top.

Gillian wore chandelier earrings for a touch of bling while keeping her hair and make-up au-naturale.

Someone who did break the LBD dress code was former Glee actress Dianna Agron. The 28-year-old chose a flowing off white gown for the red carpet which featured a high neckline and belt detail at the waist. Dianna kept her accessories simple while her hair was pulled back in a stylish low bun.

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