Belfast Telegraph

Monday 14 July 2014

Swift sparkles at AMAs

Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift sparkled in a Julien Macdonald minidress at the American Music Awards last night.

The 23-year-old singer showed off her long legs in a sparkling strapless minidress by Julien Macdonald, which featured a nude triangle panel and built-in belt.

Keeping the shimmery look down to her toes, Taylor opted for gold Jimmy Choo gladiator heels and Lorraine Schwartz jewels.

Wearing her blonde locks down with a slight kink the American pop star looked young and fresh as she accepted four prizes including Artist of the Year and Favorite Female Country Artist.

Katy Perry also dazzled at the ceremony in a more demure look. The raven-haired beauty looked stunning in a black floor-length Oscar de la Renta gown, patterned with white dots and pink flowers. With her glamorous false eyelashes and luscious red lipstick Katy's ladylike look was completed by her curled locks, which appeared to be newly dyed.

The 29-year-old star opened the show with a performance of her new track Unconditionally, for which she donned a Japanese Geisha-style ensemble.

Miley Cyrus surprised the crowds in a simple and stylish white suit by Versus Versace. However the singer, who turned 21 yesterday, still kept things edgy by opting to go braless at the event. To complete her look Miley wore a pair of black Saint Laurent heels and Lorraine Schwartz jewels.

When she took to the stage the blonde singer shed her classy look and changed into a daring purple cat-patterned Markus Lupfer to perform her hit Wrecking Ball.

Another musician who opted for a risqué outfit was newly-engaged Ciara. The blonde singer left little to the imagination when she flashed the flesh in a black netted J. Mendel gown, showing off her curves.

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