BRIT Awards 2020: Best dressed stars flash the flesh including Ashley Roberts & Vick Hope

BRIT Awards 2020: Best dressed stars flash the flesh including Ashley Roberts & Vick Hope

The BRIT Awards 2020 kicked off tonight with big names flocking to the red carpet. The guest list included stars such as Ashley Robert, Charlie XCX and Laura Whitmore.

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Britain’s biggest stars flocked to the red carpet with many choosing revealing outfits. 

Melanie C, of Spice Girls fame, showed off her toned arms wearing a strappy low cut dress.

The backless garment had thin spaghetti straps, a synched waistline and long floaty skirt.

Television presenter Vick Hope wore a classy black dress that had a revealing mesh corset top.

The look was finished with a full textured maxi skirt. 

Among the guests, many chose to leave little to the imagination with revealing outfits. 

 Ashley Roberts, of Pussycat Doll fame, showed off her incredibly toned abs wearing a low rise skirt and tiny crop top. 

The look featured a thin bandeau top and long maxi skirt. 

Laura Whitmore is well-known as an Irish TV presenter and she is currently hosting Love Island. 

She pulled out all the stops in a fashionable monochrome mini dress that was covered in diamonds. 

The flattering look had a bodycon style that cut off mid thigh and she carried a small black bag. 

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Also on the red carpet was Abbey Clancy who strutted down the red carpet in a black dress. 

Abbey showed off her toned legs in the sleeveless mini dress that had a fitted style. 

The look was given another touch of class with a long black train. 

She completed the look with a pair of open toe black strappy shoes. 

Among the gorgeous gowns on the red carpet, some looks slightly missed the mark. 

Popular singer, Billie Eilish opted for a head-to-toe brown Burberry outfit. 

She finished the look with a pair of brown walking boots. 

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