The were celebrities that created tons of controversies in London's O2 arena during the 37th Brit Awards. It is not only the awarding that it became trending worldwide but also to the various ploy that the stars created.
One of those is Katy Perry's performance that includes two dancing skeletons to signify Theresa May and Donald Trump. Little Mix amazed the audience with their incredible performance of their hit single during the opening ceremony. But one member of the British Girl Group, Little Mix, Perrie Edwards in her spectacular flesh-flashing dress captured the eye of all watchers.
According to Mail Online, the Little Mix singer arrived at O2 Arena wearing a stunning one-sleeved black dress fitting to her figure with a dazzling skin toned-colored strip at the side. A black strap-style choker around her neck and belt that held that glamorous gown in place brings out a very fabulous look. Featuring a full body cut-out down each side, Perrie matches her attire with black heels and wears her hair in a bun. She arrived with her football player boyfriend, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.
As reported by Mirror, the group became triumphant after clinching the Best British Single award for their hit "Shout Out to My Ex." It is the group's first ever BRIT Award. During the award's night, the girls dedicated their speech to all their exes forgiving them an inspiration in writing the song. Coincidently, Perrie's ex-boyfriend Zayn Malik is present on the awarding and to whom the group battled with for the Best Single.
Elsewhere, while the group is celebrating their victory, haters and bashers throw speculations to Oxlade-Chamberlain's girlfriend. Even after looking fabulous that night at the Brit Awards, the 23-year-old star was named 'fat' by haters. She suffers an online abuse in her daring dress which shows her curvy figure.
They claimed that her too much exposed flesh isn't that appealing. However, Perrie seems to be much delighted with their win and not giving any attention to these issues.© 2018 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.