Sunday 17 December 2017

Are they or aren't they? Laura Whitmore parties with Paolo Nutini at Brits after-party

Laura Whitmore attends The BRIT Awards 2014 Warner Music After Party at The Savoy Hotel
Laura Whitmore attends The BRIT Awards 2014 Warner Music After Party at The Savoy Hotel
Paolo Nutini at The BRIT Awards 2014 Warner Music After Party

Aishling Phelan 

Irish presenter Laura Whitmore fuelled more speculation of her Scottish romance with singer Paolo Nutini last night as they partied together at the same Brits’ after-party.

The Bray native, who hosts MTV News, was spotted on a date night with Nutini last week.

The famous pair attended the music awards at the O2 Arena in London but Laura rocked the red carpet solo.

They both set off, along with a string of other famous faces, to the Warner music label official party at the exclusive Savoy Hotel after the ceremony.

Whitmore wore a revealing red metallic leather dress with sheer black panelling, emphasising her slim waist.

The design by Hasan Hejazi allowed for a racy flash of sideboob and it was accompanied by black platform open-toed black heels.

She let her loose blonde curls cascade over her shoulders and brightened her look with a slick of pink lip gloss.

The 28-year-old has been linked to Nutini in recent weeks, just the latest high profile association since splitting with Coronas singer Danny O'Reilly in 2012.

Both Nutini and Whitmore have kept quiet on the reports, despite being snapped by photographers in London last weekend.

Other guests in attendance at the Warner party included pop princess Kylie Minogue and singer Lily Allen.

The legendary Brits’ party circuit also included a bash held by Sony which was attended by singer Pharrell Williams, band One Direction, DJ Calvin Harris and pop star Rita Ora.

One Direction star Niall Horan banished ideas that he will reunite with his Victoria's Secret model ex Barbara Palvin as she attended the Warner bash.

R&B royalty Emeli Sandé, and Rizzle Kicks attended the Three Six Zero & Roc Nation after-party.

The star-studded bash, staged at the O2 Arena, featured performances by acts such as Beyonce, Katy Perry and Pharrell Williams.

Music legend David Bowie, rock band the Arctic Monkeys and One Direction were the big winners of the night.

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