Girls, Girls, Girls at the BRIT Awards 2010 launch party

Florence, Lily, Pixie, Gaga and La Roux – no, not the new teletubbies line-up – but the ladies who are dominating the BRIT Awards 2010 nomination lists! The girls are back in town and are set to storm the BRIT Awards that are normally overrun with indie boy bands and boy brit pop! While the 30th Annual BRIT Awards is going to be a celebration of the shows 30 year past, I think it’ll be a revivial of the 1997 show in particular, when the BRIT Awards were taken over by a special blend of girl power – The Spice Girls!

The BRIT Awards launch party was hosted by the very glam Fearne Cotton, and also showcased the UKs pop finest, who took to the stage and performed. JLS, Pixie Lott and La Roux all took to the stage to launch the celebrations and announce those who stand a chance of taking home a BRIT. Lily Allen, Pixie Lott, Lady Gaga and Florence and the Machine all have cause for celebration, as each one of the gorgeous girlies have been nominated for 3 awards!

For a full list of BRIT nominations, click here.

I loved Pixie’s red carpet look so much (black satin dress with ruffles and oversized shoulder with lots of statement jewellery!) that I thought I’d do some window shopping for you, and show you were to get this look yourself (aren’t I helpful!) Work some Pixie magic on your style with an asos dress and lots of Disney Couture Jewellery (one of Pixie’s fave jewellery brands!)

ASOS One Sleeve Ruffle Neck Satin Pencil Dress £25

Disney Couture Silver Princess Necklace £25

Disney Couture 'Second Star To The Right' Window Pendant necklace £59

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