A whole Lott of leg! Pixie suffers a wardrobe malfunction as she reveals a little too much in lilac high thigh-slit gown on the BRIT Awards red carpet
She knows how to work any red carpet event with her stunning style.
The pop princess, 27, flashed a little too much in her ultra-glam lilac gown, which featured a dangerously high thigh split.
Oops! Pixie Lott caught all the attention for a different reason as she suffered a wardrobe malfunction at the BRIT Awards at London's O2 Arena on Wednesday night
Aside from her wardrobe catastrophe, Pixie - real name Victoria Louise Lott - maintained her composure in the pretty outfit.
The leggy ensemble cascaded to the floor in a chic train, with a jewel-embellished midriff panel giving the gown a heightened sexy vibe.
Pixie added height to her statuesque frame with classically elegant silver strappy heels, perfectly complementing the gown's sparking feature.
Lovely in lilac: The pop princess, 27, flashed a little too much in her ultra-glam lilac gown, which featured a dangerously high thigh split
Elegant: Aside from her wardrobe catastrophe, Pixie - real name Victoria Louise Lott - maintained her composure in the pretty outfit
A little bit too much! Pixie gave away a bit too much as she sauntered further down the red carpet
Pixie - who worked her red carpet magic with fiance Oliver Cheshire - pinned back her platinum blonde tresses in a mid-parting with simple hair pins.
With not a hair out of place, the Mama Do hitmaker showed off her glittering statement earrings, while amplifying her stunning beauty with expertly-applied make-up.
The blonde carried a white rose for her turn on the red carpet, joining numerous other stars who toted the flower as either part of their outfit or as an accompaniment.
Sexy style: Pixie added height to her statuesque frame with classically elegant silver strappy heels, perfectly complementing the gown's sparking feature
Pinned to perfection: Pixie pinned back her platinum blonde tresses in a mid-parting with simple hair pins
The white roses were a direct nod to #metoo - the movement born on social media last autumn to help demonstrate the widespread prevalence of sexual assault and harassment in the workplace, following the allegations of sexual misconduct against Harvey Weinstein.
The white rose trend started at the Grammys Awards 2018 and have continued on to the British alternative in London.
Seemingly unaware of her wardrobe slip, Pixie appeared in good spirits as she posed up a storm at the star-studded event, even cuddling up to model beau Oliver.
Walk this way: The Mama Do hitmaker showed off her glittering statement earrings, while amplifying her stunning beauty with a dusting of blush, a smokey eye and a taupe lip
Pixie recently divulged the secrets to their successful relationship in an interview with MailOnline.
'His sense of humour. We like the same things, the main thing is that we've grown up together,' she told us.
The sweethearts have proved inseparable, whether it is on the glitzy catwalk or on their sun-drenched getaways.
Pixie revealed the couple will celebrate their love with two weddings, one in the countryside and another smaller affair in a hot country abroad.
Making a statement: The blonde beauty carried a white rose for her turn on the red carpet, joining numerous other stars who toted the flower as part of their outfit
She explained: 'We were saying September, so that still give us lots of time I think. You can set a quick turnaround, it can be done. Christmas will be a good time to sit down and actually talk about.'
The lovebirds were delighted to announce the news after Oliver popped the question to the blonde beauty outside St. Paul's in 2016.
Hosted by Jack Whitehall, fans saw performances from the likes of Clean Bandit, J Hus, Jorja Smith, Stormzy and Liam Payne.
Dua Lipa, 22, led the nominations with five nods - winning two, while Ed Sheeran, 27, was hot on her heels with four and walking away with one.
Sam Smith had been left out completely, in one of the biggest award snubs in history.
Cosy up: Pixie appeared in good spirits as she posed up a storm at the star-studded event, even cuddling up to model beau Oliver
One Direction singer Harry Styles beat out former bandmates, Zayn Malik and Liam Payne in the category of British Artist Video Of The Year.
Dua Lipa picked up the gong for British Female and British Breakthrough but missed out on British Single, British Artist Video of the Year and the Mastercard British Album of the Year.
Ed Sheeran won the Global Success Award but failed to pick up any other accolades.
Confident: The dangerously high thigh slit didn't stop Pixie from exuding confidence on the red carpet
Lorde, Kendrick Lemar and Foo Fighters all picked up awards for international categories, succeeding against other huge megastars including Drake, Beck, P!nk and Taylor Swift.
Best British single went to Rag'N'Bone Man for his hit tune Human, seeing off competition from J Hus, Clean Bandit and Liam Payne.
The public voted for the Best British Single category, as ever - which is usually made up of the best-selling releases from the past year.
Some BRIT Awards categories have already had their winners announced, as Jorja Smith won Critics' Choice, while Steve Mac was named the Producer of the Year.
Jason Iley, BRITs Chairman and Chairman & CEO of Sony Music UK and Ireland said: 'This year's nominations, as well as the incredible performances on our launch show tonight, are representative of an exciting, genre spanning and vibrant year in British music with a strong mix of established acts alongside new and emerging artists who are set to become the big names of the future.'
BRIT Awards 2018: Full winners list
BRITISH ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Dua Lipa - Dua Lipa
Ed Sheeran - Divide
J Hus - Common Sense
Rag 'n' Bone Man - Humour
Stormzy - Gang Signs & Prayer - WINNER
BRITISH MALE SOLO ARTIST
Stormzy - WINNER
BRITISH FEMALE SOLO ARTIST
Dua Lipa - WINNER
Gorillaz - WINNER
Dua Lipa - WINNER
BRITISH ARTIST VIDEO OF THE YEAR
Anne-Marie - Ciao Adios
Calvin Harris Ft Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry and Big Sean - Feels
Clean Bandit Ft Zara Larsson - Symphony
Dua Lipa - New Rules
Ed Sheeran - Shape Of You
Harry Styles - Sign Of The Times - WINNER
Jonas Blue Ft William Singe - Mama
Liam Payne Ft Quavo - Strip That Down
Little Mix - Touch
ZAYN and Taylor Swift - I Don't Wanna Live Forever
CRITICS' CHOICE AWARD
Jorja Smith - WINNER
BRITISH SINGLE OF THE YEAR
Liam Payne - 'Strip That Down' featuring Quavo
Jax Jones feat. Raye - 'You Don't Know Me'
Clean Bandit - 'Symphony' featuring Zara Larsson
Rag'n'Bone Man - 'Human' - WINNER
J HUS - 'Did You See'
Calvin Harris - 'Feels' featuring Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry and Big Sean
Dua Lipa - 'New Rules'
Ed Sheeran - 'Shape of You'
Jonas Blue - 'Mama' featuring William Singe
Little Mix - 'Touch'
INTERNATIONAL FEMALE SOLO ARTIST
Lorde - WINNER
INTERNATIONAL MALE SOLO ARTIST
Kendrick Lemar - WINNER
Foo Fighters - WINNER
BRITISH PRODUCER OF THE YEAR
Steve Mac (Ed Sheeran ÷) - WINNER
GLOBAL SUCCESS AWARD
Ed Sheeran - WINNER
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