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Zara Larsson, Gemma Cairney and Emili Sande lead the worst dressed stars of BBC Music Awards 2016

Mirror logo Mirror 13/12/2016 Bethany Minelle

© Press Association The stars have come out to celebrate the best in British pop, with top trio Fearne Cotton , Claudia Winkleman and Gemma Cairney hosting the glittering event.

However, despite the A-List guest list, and coveted industry invites, there are always one or two celebs who get it wrong when dressing up for the red carpet at the BBC Music Awards.

<span style="color:#777777;background-color:#ebebe4;">Zara Larsson&nbsp;</span>Credits: PA

Zara Larsson Credits: PA
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Swedish singer and song writer Zara Larsson led the way with a sparkling silver mini dress, which on its own was rather pretty, however paired with what looked like the oversized arms of a man's cotton work shirt had a strange sartorial effect.

The 18-year-old may have won Sweden's Got Talent but her ensemble gave her the unfortunate appearance of having got a little extra dirty laundry caught up in her party frock.

<span style="color:#777777;background-color:#ebebe4;">Gemma Cairney&nbsp;</span>Credits: PA

Gemma Cairney Credits: PA
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Host Gemma Cairney - who brought all the behind the scenes gossip from the event was dressed top to toe in a mustard velvet smoking suit.

While the 31-year-old radio presenter definitely drew plenty of attention, the garish ensemble attracted the eye for all the wrong reasons.

<span style="color:#777777;background-color:#ebebe4;">Emeli Sande&nbsp;</span>Credits: REX

Emeli Sande Credits: REX
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Emili Sande, who performed at the event, seemed to be aiming to camouflage with the red carpet, wearing just the same hue as the scarlet walkway.

While the 29-year-old wowed with her stellar vocals on the night, her sack-like dress hid the singers gorgeous hourglass figure from view making it a miss rather than a hit.

Pixie Lott

Pixie Lott
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Pixie Lott may have had plenty of practice in the role of Holly Golightly in the stage show of Breakfast At Tiffany's, but she wasn't channeling any of Audrey Hepburn's sartorial style on the night. 

The 25-year-old rocked a floor-length gown with sequins, PVC and sheer netting - rather a case of too much detail in one dress, making the busy look stand out for all the wrong reasons, topped off with a headful of ringlets.

<span style="font-size:13px;">Rebecca Fergason&nbsp;</span>Credits: REX

Rebecca Fergason Credits: REX
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Meanwhile, X Factor star Rebecca Fergason, 30 seemed not to have realised she was even coming to a red carpet event, rocking up in a black skirt and T-shirt combo perfect for a Saturday shopping trip. 

The less than dazzling outfit, topped off with a black jacket, may have been practical, but it certainly didn't have the wow factor of many of the singer's former red carpet looks.

With performances on the night from Craig David and Robbie Williams it was a night of comebacks, along with the 1975, John Legend and Kaiser Chiefs rocking the auditorium.

Adele won the first award of the night for BBC Radio 2 Album Of The Year which was accepted on her behalf by Robbie Williams.

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