The MOBO Awards are the biggest night of the year for the urban music scene.
But nominee Jessie J’s risqué Goth outfit looked better suited to a metal ceremony as she made a dramatic entrance at the ceremony in Glasgow last night.
The 23-year-old singer looked striking with her short bob replaced with tumbling dark curls and lashings of red lipstick as she posed on the red carpet outside the SECC.
Going Goth: Singer Jessie J makes a dramatic entrance in a transparent lace dress at the MOBO Awards at Glasgow’s SECC
We can see your pants! The delicate dress featured a cut-out back and sheer lace panels around the bottom and arms
After being nominated in five categories, Jessie J ended up being the big winner of the night, taking home Best Newcomer, Best UK Act, Best Album for Who You Are and Best Song for Do It Like A Dude.
The night marked Jessie J’s first event without her cast, which she had been wearing since she ruptured several tendons in her foot earlier this year.
Accepting the Best Single award, Jessie J said: ‘If you hear Do It Like A Dude at the party afterwards, do me a favour and get your d**ks out for me.’
Big winner: Jessie J took home four awards, including Best Album (pictured) for Who You Are
For her performance, Jessie changed out of her floor-length gown into her usual stage ensemble or shorts and a cropped top.
Rapper Tinchy Stryder also had a successful night, picking up Best Hip-hop Act and Best Video for his duet with Dappy, Spaceship.
Teen singer Dionne Bromfield performed a moving tribute to her late godmother Amy Winehouse, singing Love Is A Losing Game against a backdrop of a video montage of the tragic star.
Colourful: TV presenter Myleene Klass went for a garish strapless dress, while former Sugababe Keisha Buchanan went for tight-fitting mini
Hosts with the most: The star-studded ceremony was hosted by American RB singer Jason Derulo and Strictly Come Dancing judge Alesha Dixon
Jessie J’s former Brit School
classmate Adele, who didn’t attend, was named Best RB/Soul Act,
while Rihanna missed out on accepting her Best International Artist
Kanya King, founder of Mobo, said: ‘It’s been a great event that has welcomed some
exciting new award winners to the Mobo roll of honour including the global superstar Adele, the UK’s hot talent Tinchy Stryder and of course the fantastic Jessie J walking away with four awards.’
As expected, there was plenty of glamour at the ceremony, with female celebrities flashing plenty of flesh despite the chilly 13C temperatures.
Braving the chill: Rapper Ms Dynamite wore an eclectic monochrome Romero Bryan T-shirt dress, while Katy B wore a blue jumpsuit
All grown up: Teenage jazz singer Dionne Bromfield arrived in a colourful top and mini, before changing into a glamorous black mullet dress for her performance
Tribute: Bromfield sang Amy Winehouse’s Love Is A Losing Game in tribute to the singer, who died in July
TV presenter Myleene Klass was going for a rockier look than normal in a shiny animal-print strapless number.
After arriving in the Scottish city, Klass complained the bad weather was ruining her hair: ‘The heavens have opened! Red carpet’s awash with fake tan and my hair is frizzing. Women of Glasgow, how do you do it?’
Teen singer Dionne Bromfield opted for a colourful top and blue mini skirt, before changing into a black mullet-style gown for her performance.
Brit chart newcomer Yasmin looked striking in a plunging monochrome dress by Julien Macdonald.
Glamour girls: (L-R) Model Jourdan Dunn looked statuesque in a sparkly nude gown, chart newcomer Yasmin looked stunning in Julien McDonald, while American singer Alexis Jordan wore an LBD
Looking good boys: JLS caused quite a frenzy when they arrived in their black suits
Meanwhile, rapper Ms Dynamite went for an eclectic monochrome number by Romero Bryan.
The annual MOBOs – which stands for Music Of Black Origin – was being held in Glasgow for the first time.
The ceremony was hosted by Alicia Dixon and American singer Jason Derulo.
Watch the MOBOs tonight on BBC3 at 10pm.
Back in the day: Nineties RB group Boyz II Men (L-R) Shawn Stockman, Nathan Morris and Wayne Morris received an Outstanding Contribution To Music honour
Dapper: Rapper Tinie Tempah looked smart in a black suit (left) while Professor Green arrived with newcomer Emeli Sande
Mobbed: Aston Merrygold (left) and Marvin Humes from JLS caused a frenzy on the red carpet, with security stepping in to calm down the over-zealous teens
Winners of the MOBO Awards 2011
Best Song: Jessie J – Do It Like A Dude
Best Album: Jessie J – Who You Are
Best Video: Tinchy Stryder and Dappy – Spaceship
Best International Act: Rihanna
Best RB/Soul Act: Adele
Best Hip-Hop Act: Tinchy Stryder
Best UK Act: Jessie J
Best Newcomer: Jessie J
Outstanding Contribution To Music: Boyz II Men