BRIT Awards best and worst dressed
Across the pond celebrities turned out Wednesday to celebrate the best of British music at the 2014 BRIT Awards. Lots of our favorite Brits took to the red carpet in posh frocks. Rockers like Arctic Monkeys and everyone's favorite boy band One Direction took home top honors.
- Beyonce stole the show during her performance at the BRIT Awards 2014 in a gorgeous sparkling gown.
- Singer Jessie J turned heads in the wrong way on the BRIT red carpet with her glittering jumpsuit and lavender lipstick.
Kate is the only one that could pull off this Ziggy Stardust playsuit worn by David Bowie back in 70s. She accepted the Best Male Solo Artist on behalf of the superstar.
- Singer Ellie Goulding fell flat with this poofy Vivienne Westwood number.
- Singer Pixie Lott looks chic in white with pops of gold accessories.
- Lily Allen's sequined gown and yellow dip dyed ponytail were just too much.
- Rita Ora looks fabulous in this bright Prada number.
- The Minogue sisters both chose asymmetrical dresses for the red carpet but Dannii definitely looks more sophisticated.
- The One Direction boys looked dapper on the red carpet.
- Model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley definitely knows how to play up her best features, but this Yves Saint Laurent number looks a bit like bad wrapping paper.
- Performer Iggy Azalea looked chic in this red gown with peek-a-boo cutouts.
- Singer Laura Mvula's dress was just a little too flamenco dancer.
- Tinie Tempah may be the only rapper who can work a pin dot suit.
- British fashion model Daisy Lowe tried to replicate the success of Angela Jolie's "leg" dress.
Beyonce represented America well in a stunning Vrettos Vrettakos turquoise gown that featured over 400,000 crystals. Songstress Rita Ora looked stunning in a bold yellow Prada dress, and Kate Moss made a surprise appearance in a very special jumpsuit to honor David Bowie. While sassy Australian singer Iggy Azalea looked chic in Elie Saab.
Click through the gallery above to see all the hits and misses from British music's big night.