Let's start on a high: Dua Lipa is a queen in the making and is dressed appropriately so in this couture gown by Giambattista Valli. I'm afraid it goes downhill pretty quickly after this...
Without the shoulder pads, it has potential. But it does have shoulder pads, so there isn't any.
It's hard to decipher what look she was going for, was it the '80s? Was it The Matrix? Was it, 'throw on something and call it fashion darling'?
Scarves should be banned on the red carpet, especially on Justin Timberlake.
On anyone else, this would look trying-too-hard, on Kylie, it magically works.
The asymmetric dress is quite lovely, the look of absolutely terror in her eyes is not.
Why is Caroline Flack so happy to be wearing such a woefully mismatched look?
Let's leave this look in 2001 where it belongs.
Modern, sexy and sequins make this a winning combination.
Why was Noomi there/ why was she wearing sunglasses? Why is she wearing this odious dress?
If you look up 'try too hard' in the dictionary, this is what comes up.
As one of my friends dutifully put it, 'This looks more suitable to a hen party in Marbella than a red carpet'.
This looks like something the Spice Girls would have worn in the late '90s and I am here for it.
He has hundreds of millions in the bank and this is what he chooses to wear?
Louise Redknapp is a bombshell. This does absolutely nothing to show that.
Thank goodness for Holly: she has mastered casual red carpet dressing in a white blazer dress with feather trim. Just delightful.
Mollie King's greatest crime is being painfully boring, even when she's trying to be 'Bad Sandy' with her wardrobe.
Emma is normally the epitome of effortless elegance, shockingly, a mint green satin suit does nothing to perpetuate this.
Again, she's very young and in comparison to the rising stars of the early noughties, she's actually quite covered up/
I'm torn: half the band look incredile, half look like, well Leigh-Anne Pinnock's bathroom chic.