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Fresh from this year's Jingle Bell Ball, join Capital as we take a look at the best dressed stars to grace the stage.
The 'R.I.P.' singer walked the Jingle Bell Ball 2012 red carpet in a demure yellow strapped gown which featured a split up to her thigh and straps across her chest. Picture: PA Photos
All eyes were on the 'Call My Name' star when she headed out on stage for her solo set at the Jingle Bell Ball dressed in a body-hugging black tuxedo style catsuit with black stiletto heels and her hair tied back in a pony tail. Picture: PA Photos
The 'Glad You Came' stars wowed on the Jingle Bell Ball red carpet after making their return to the UK for Capital FM's event at the O2 Arena. Max, Jay, Siva, Nathan and Tom wore black jackets, jeans and t-shirts for their arrival ahead of performing live on stage.
Despite being one woman down (with blonde bombshell Perrie off ill), Little Mix were still top in the fashion stakes with the matching black and hot pink customised outfits they performed in at this year's Ball. Picture: Ryan Phillips
Jingle Bell Ball performer Pink kept things simple for her highly anticipated live set by singing in a black leather tank top, black skirt and black gloves. The 'So What' singer needed to make sure she could still move freely because she memorably took to the arena ceiling on a highwire for the grand finale of her performance. Picture: PA Photos
Girls Aloud didn't disappoint their fans with either their music or their outfits at this year's Jingle Bell Ball. The 'Something New' stars kept their outfits unique on the red carpet with Cheryl and Nadine opting for short black minidresses and Kimberley showing off her toned figure in a crop top and leggings. Fellow Girls Aloud star Sarah went for a glittered black and white top while fashion lover Nicola chose a tuxedo style coat and short skirt.
The 'Changed The Way You Kiss Me' singer wore a simply green camouflage t-shirt and black jeans for his Jingle Bell Ball set but still managed to look as cool as they come. Picture: PA Photos
The 'Live While We're Young' singers went casual for their UK return at the Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball with Niall and Louis opting for blue jeans and t-shirts, Liam going for the lumberjack look in a red checked shirt and Harry keeping things simple in a plain white t-shirt. Zayn mixed things up by performing in black skinny jeans and a blue denim jaceekt for the band's set.Picture: PA Photos
Conor looked like he had just stepped off a fashion billboard when he arrived at the Jingle Bell Ball to walk the show's red carpet. The 'Can't Say No' singer wore pristine black jeans and a black checked overcoat for his Jingle Bell Ball debut. . Picture: PA
Surprise guest Tinie Tempah is well known for being one of London's hottest fashionistas and didn't disappoint at the Jingle Bell Ball with an all black outfit including black varsity jacket, beanie hat and the ubiquitous dark shades. Picture: PA Photos
The boys from Lawson managed to bring cool to a whole new level when they stepped out onto the Jingle Bell Ball red carpet ahead of their debut at the Capital FM event. Singer Andy went for a denim shirt, grey t-shirt and black jeans while guitarist Joel Peat shore a simply navy blue shirt and t-shirt. Ryan and Adam went for a more rock look with leather jackets over their outfits. Picture: PA Photos
The 'Hall Of Fame' trio went for distressed jeans and leather jackets for their look of the day before bringing all their hits to the O2 Arena stage. Picture: Ryan Phillips
Hip hop duo Rizzle Kicks both wore light blue jeans for their red carpet debut at the Jingle Bell Ball. Rapper Jordan complimented his outfit with an oversized navy blue woolly jumper while singer Harley kept it cool with a patterned varsity jacket and blue hoody. Picture: PA Photos
JLS proved their know how to dress just as well as they know how to sing at Capital's Jingle Bell Ball, and chose an array of fitted chinos and colourful shirts to show they are one of the best (dressed) in the business.
The coolest man in pop, Bruno Mars, kept the fashion stakes as high as always when he closed the first night of the Jingle Bell Ball. The 'Locked Out Of Heaven' star wore his ever-present fedora hat along with an open collar patterned shirt and blazer jacket. Picture: Ryan Phillips
The 'Feel So Close' producer couldn't have kept his red carpet outfit any simpler with black jeans and t-shirt but Calvin still managed to bring some 'swag' to the Jingle Bell Ball festivities. Picture: PA Photos