She never fails to turn heads when she steps out in her stylish ensembles.
And Tallia Storm looked sensational when she worked her angles for the cameras at the BRIT Awards red carpet on Tuesday night.
The Scottish singer, 22, sizzled at the event as she daringly went topless underneath a plunging black blazer.
Racy: Tallia Storm looked sensational when she worked her angles for the cameras at the BRIT Awards red carpet on Tuesday night
Tallia decorated her bare decolletage with a chic string of diamonds that hung around her neck.
The blonde bombshell paired the racy jacket with a pair of matching black tailored trousers and some PVC platform heels.
She went full glam for the A-list occasion and sported a stunning smokey eye makeup look.
Donning lashings of eyeliner and shimmering highlighter under her brow bone, Tallia looked flawless as she posed before entering the event.
Chic: She decorated her bare decolletage with a chic string of diamonds that hung around her neck and paired the racy jacket with a pair of matching black tailored trousers
In an explosion of colour and optimism, the 2021 Brit Awards celebrated the achievements of British and international artists over the last 18 months.
The awards ceremony truly belonged to Dua Lipa, 25, as the evening saw her scoop the accolade for Female Solo Artist and the Mastercard British Album of the Year Award for her lockdown hit Future Nostalgia.
This year’s Rising Star award winner Griff was handed the baton for the honour by 2020’s Rising Star winner Celeste, who herself was up for three further awards this year.
And Arlo Parks was crowned Breakthrough Artist, one of the three awards she was nominated for, after what has been an incredible year for the young London artist.
She also made her debut BRITs performance with an elegant rendition of ‘Hope’ and decorated the set as a sunflower field in a nod to the name of her debut album.
The most nominated girl band in Brit Award history, Little Mix finally bagged the title of British Group, having been up for the award three previous times.
Flawless: She went full glam for the A-list occasion and sported a stunning smokey eye makeup look with lashings of eyeliner and shimmering highlighter under her brow bone
Meanwhile, the International Group category followed a similar suit, with the California’s girl band HAIM in attendance to accept their award.
And the accolade for International Female was given to the 19-year-old Bad Guy hitmaker Billie Eilish, who accepted the award via a pre-recorded video acceptance speech.
The Weeknd emerged victorious in the International Male Solo Artist category with his award presented by the former First Lady of the United States, Michelle Obama.
The Blinding Lights hitmaker treated the audience to an unforgettable performance of his US No. 1 single ‘Save Your Tears’, pre-recorded from the US.
On home ground, Dem Boy Paigon hitmaker JHUS scooped the Male Solo Artist award, which was accepted on his behalf by DJ Semtex in his absence.
Following a successful awards season stateside, the One Direction heartthrob Harry Styles scooped the Brit for British Single with his summertime anthem Watermelon Sugar.
The first female artist to win the highest BRITs accolade and the UK’s biggest selling artist of the year to date, Taylor Swift appeared in person to accept the special Global Icon award, which was presented by Game of Thrones actress Maisie Williams.
Each winner was presented with the Brit’s first ever collaborative double-trophy, designed by Es Devlin OBE and Yinka Ilori MBE, with each recipient encouraged to re-gift the smaller trophy to someone else.
How did BRIT Awards go ahead during the Covid pandemic?
The 2021 BRIT Awards marked the first live music event in the UK since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The indoor ceremony and live show formed part of the Government’s scientific Events Research Programme.
Enhanced testing approaches will examine how events can take place without the need for social distancing after all restrictions are lifted on June 21.
4,000 tickets were made available for the live ceremony, just one fifth of the venue’s 20,000 capacity, with 2,500 of those being given to key workers.
The BRITs will play an important role in paving the way for the return of live music at scale as the UK emerges from the past year’s restrictions.
Audience members were not socially distanced or required to wear face coverings once seated inside the arena, though they were required in communal areas such as the toilet or main concourse.
All attendees were allowed to purchase alcohol and concessions once inside the O2 Arena.
Attendees were also required to follow existing Government guidance when travelling to the venue and adhere to rules set out by the event organisers.
Among the rules, attendees had to provide proof of a negative lateral flow test result to enter the venue, and said test had to be taken at an asymptomatic testing site within 36 hours of the ceremony.
Upon arrival at the venue, all attendess were asked to take a PCR test, and will then take another test five days after the ceremony
It’s hoped this will gather further evidence on the safety of indoor settings, reduced social distancing and the removal of non-pharmaceutical interventions like face coverings.
The ceremony, hosted by Jack Whitehall and broadcasted on ITV, was a celebration of the return to live music.
The show saw a total of 11 awards handed out alongside nine unbeatable show-stopping performances, six of which were able to be staged live in stadium.
The event took place in front of a live audience of 4,000 people at London’s The O2 six days before the next phase of lockdown lifts.
Of the small audience, 2,500 attendees were made up of key workers and their guests whose tickets were donated by the BRITs via a ballot.
Working closely with the Government to adhere to safety guidelines, The BRITs, as the first live music show at The O2 in over a year, played an important role in paving the way for the return of live music at scale as the UK emerges from the past year’s restrictions.
Audience members were not required to be socially distanced or wear face coverings in the arena, but were required to follow existing Government guidance when travelling to the venue and adhere to rules set out by the event organisers.
Attendees had to show proof of a negative lateral flow test result to enter the venue, and as part of the wider scientific research on the trial events, all attendees were asked to take a test post-event to gather further evidence on the safety of indoor settings, reduced social distancing and the removal of non-pharmaceutical interventions like face coverings.
They also were asked to provide contact details for NHS Test and Trace to ensure everyone can be traced in the event of an audience member receiving a positive test after the event.
BRIT AWARDS WINNERS 2021
FEMALE SOLO ARTIST
DUA LIPA – WINNER
LIANNE LA HAVAS
MALE SOLO ARTIST
J HUS – WINNER
LITTLE MIX – WINNER
YOUNG T & BUGSEY
BRITs RISING STAR
GRIFF WARNER – WINNER
ARLO PARKS COLLAPSED IN SUNBEAMS
CELESTE NOT YOUR MUSE
DUA LIPA FUTURE NOSTALGIA – WINNER
J HUS BIG CONSPIRACY
JESSIE WARE WHAT’S YOUR PLEASURE?
HAIM – WINNER
RUN THE JEWELS
ARLO PARKS – WINNER
YOUNG T & BUGSEY
220 KID & GRACEY DON’T NEED LOVE
AITCH & AJ TRACEY FT TAY KEITH RAIN
DUA LIPA PHYSICAL
HARRY STYLES WATERMELON SUGAR – WINNER
HEADIE ONE FT AJ TRACEY & STORMZY AIN’T IT DIFFERENT
JOEL CORRY FT MNEK HEAD & HEART
NATHAN DAWE FT KSI LIGHTER
REGARD & RAYE SECRETS
S1MBA FT DTG ROVER PARLOPHONE
YOUNG T & BUGSEY FT HEADIE ONE DON’T RUSH
INTERNATIONAL FEMALE SOLO ARTIST
BILLIE EILISH – WINNER
INTERNATIONAL MALE SOLO ARTIST
TAME IMPALA FICTION
THE WEEKND – WINNER