Lead stylist Gemma Lucy Sheppard and her team worked their magic to ensure each young rising star looked totally incredible as they took to the stage for the 1980s-themed show on Saturday evening (18 October).
Here's where to buy their looks...
First of the girls to perform was Stephanie Nala, who looked pretty incredible while covering Blondie's 'Call Me'. Proving she's totally in tune with this year's co-ord trend, Stephanie wore a berry blush print wrap top, was £50 now £25, and matching skater skirt, was £48 now £20, both from Topshop, teamed with pretty metallic peep-toe heels, £39 from Miss Selfridge.
Lauren Platt wowed us all with her rendition of Irene Cara's 'What A Feeling', and we heart her frock too! The 17-year-old stunned in a crisp white dress, £195 from AQ/AQ, which featured a full pleated skirt.
Meanwhile, Fleur East blew the audience away as she belted her heart out to Monie Love's 'It's A Shame'. Showing off her fierce style credentials (and incredible toned midriff!), Fleur went for head-to-toe designer in a leopard print bra by Dolce & Gabbana teamed with a Moschino slogan belt and a chain print vintage Chanel jacket, plus buckled DKNY pointed boots. Nice!
Wildcard Lola Saunders impressed with her version of John Lennon's 'Imagine', and her outfit was pretty gorgeous too. The former fishmonger wore a sexy strapless jumpsuit by Versace at Garment Quarter, teamed with a luxe Versace belt (the same belt Abbey Clancy wore at the Pride of Britain Awards 2014).
For her song, blonde bombshell Chloe-Jasmine Whichello worked a twist on Irene Cara's 'Fame'. Chloe smouldered in a floor-length nude gown with a stunning mesh beaded overlay, £150 from Miss Selfridge, topped with a feathery jacket, £250 from Forever Unique.
And Only The Young went for an upbeat number, bouncing around the stage while performing Dexys Midnight Runners' 'Come On Eileen'. Betsy-Blue English wore a Barbie-inspired crop top, £205 by Moschino, along with a faux leather cut-out jacket, £35, and ripped mom jeans, £32, both from PrettyLittleThing, while Parisa Tarhomani sported a telephone print T-shirt dress designed by Jeremy Scott.
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