Ellie Goulding smoulders in cleavage-baring minidress as she makes a glamorous appearance at the BRIT Awards... after arriving at the star-studded event by TUBE

Ellie Goulding made a typically elegant arrival at the BRIT Awards on Wednesday evening, after arriving at the star-studded by tube.

The British singer sported a thigh-skimming red minidress for her appearance at London’s O2 Arena, where she joined an array of stars ahead of the prestigious annual event.

With a plunging front, the outfit fully exposed her cleavage as she posed for photos while clutching a single white rose – a reference to the current #MeToo campaign sweeping this year’s awards season.

Here she comes: Ellie Goulding made a typically elegant arrival at the BRIT Awards on Wednesday evening, after arriving at the star-studded by tube

Here she comes: Ellie Goulding made a typically elegant arrival at the BRIT Awards on Wednesday evening, after arriving at the star-studded by tube

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Ellie Goulding looked hot to trot when she attended the BRIT Awards wearing Stella McCartney.

The singer wowed the crowd wearing a custom gown inspired by the spring summer 2018 collection. The tomato red color is striking and is a stand out for anyone to wear. The tailored dress is designed with Victorian aesthetics through the bodice and leg-of-mutton sleeves and made quite a statement at the star-studded event. Plus, the mini length is flattering on Ellie and shows of her legs perfectly.

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The singer added to her look with a pair of distinctive stiletto heels, while her naturally pretty features were accentuated with deft touches of make-up.

Evidently in high spirits, the singer beamed as she posed for photos before making her way inside.

Earlier that night Ellie caught the eye as she joined commuters on the London Underground, her mode of transport en route to the annual ceremony. 

Covering her evening dress with a scarlet coat, Ellie made her way through the turnstiles and onto the tube after heavy traffic prevented her from travelling through London's Blackwall tunnel.

Striking: The British singer sported a thigh-skimming red minidress for her appearance at London ¿s O2 Arena
Striking: The British singer sported a thigh-skimming red minidress for her appearance at London ¿s O2 Arena

Striking: The British singer sported a thigh-skimming red minidress for her appearance at London ’s O2 Arena

Finishing touches: The singer added to her look with a pair of distinctive stiletto heels, while her naturally pretty features were accentuated with deft touches of make-up

Finishing touches: The singer added to her look with a pair of distinctive stiletto heels, while her naturally pretty features were accentuated with deft touches of make-up

Singers Dua Lipa and Stormzy were the biggest winners at this year's BRIT awards, Britain's most high-profile pop music awards, taking two trophies each at an event that saw performances from some of music's biggest acts.

Lipa was named best female solo artist and breakthrough act at the British Record Industry Trust (BRIT) awards, held in London on Wednesday, while rapper Stormzy won the British male solo artist prize and British album of the year for Gang Signs & Prayer. 

Ed Sheeran took the global success award but lost in the three other categories in which he was nominated, while One Direction star Harry Styles won for video of the year by a British artist.

Foo Fighters took the prize for international group. U.S. rapper Kendrick Lamar was named best international male artist, with New Zealand singer Lorde taking the female solo artist honours. 

Unconventional: The singer joined commuters on the London Underground en route to the event on Wednesday evening 

Unconventional: The singer joined commuters on the London Underground en route to the event on Wednesday evening 

Blending in: She was seen descending the escalator after opting to travel by tube

Blending in: She was seen descending the escalator after opting to travel by tube

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 

Ed Sheeran

Liam Gallagher

Loyle Carner

Rag'n'Bone Man

Stormzy - WINNER

 

BRITISH FEMALE SOLO ARTIST 

Paloma Faith

Kate Tempest

Jessie Ware

Laura Marling

Dua Lipa - WINNER

 

BRITISH GROUP 

Wolf Alice

Gorillaz - WINNER

London Grammar

The XX

Royal Blood

 

BRITISH BREAKTHROUGH 

Dave

Dua Lipa - WINNER

J Hus

Loyle Carner

Sampha

 

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

Mabel

Stefflon Don

 

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 

Taylor Swift

Lorde - WINNER

Bjork

P!nk

Alicia Keys

 

INTERNATIONAL MALE SOLO ARTIST 

Kendrick Lemar - WINNER

Childish Gambino

Drake

Beck

DJ Khaled

 

INTERNATIONAL GROUP

Foo Fighters - WINNER

Arcade Fire

LCD Soundsystem

Haim

The Killers

 

 BRITISH PRODUCER OF THE YEAR 

Steve Mac (Ed Sheeran ÷) - WINNER  

 

GLOBAL  SUCCESS AWARD

Ed Sheeran - WINNER   

 

Let's go: Ellie relied on TFL after heavy traffic prevented her from travelling through London's Blackwall tunnel

Let's go: Ellie relied on TFL after heavy traffic prevented her from travelling through London's Blackwall tunnel

The event featured performances from the likes of Sheeran, Lipa and Lamar, who rapped on top of a glass cube containing a luxury car that was smashed up by a man wielding a bat.

Lamar's act appeared to suffer from technical difficulties that muted periods of his performance, leading fans on social media to express their frustration.

Other artists went for grand scale. Justin Timberlake opened the show with a rendition of Say Something accompanied by a scores-strong choir dotted throughout the audience, while Dua Lipa was accompanied by dozens of dancers, also scattered throughout the arena.

Many of the stars in attendance wore white roses on the red carpet and during the show as a gesture of support for the Time's Up and #Metoo movements against sexual harassment and abuse and supporting women's rights.

'It does make a difference,' Lipa told Reuters on the red carpet of the protest. 'We are protesting in our own way and this how we're going to make a difference.'

The show also saw Oasis front man Liam Gallagher perform Live Forever in a tribute to the victims of a suicide bombing attack on a venue hosting a concert by U.S. pop star Ariana Grande in Manchester in May 2017, which killed 22 people. 

Under wraps: Ellie covered her dress beneath a thick scarlet coat 

Under wraps: Ellie covered her dress beneath a thick scarlet coat 

 

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