Former X Factor judge Tulisa arrived at Westminster Magastrates Court this morning with her head held high charged in connection with the supply of cocaine.
Standing in the dock alongside rapper Mike GLC, real name Michael Coombs, Tulisa pleaded not guilty to the charge. Michael also denied the supply of Class A drugs.
During the hearing, Tulisa's solicitor reportedly asked for her address not to be read out in case it resulted in "unwanted visitors".
However, the presiding chief magistrate told the court that "the address had to be given". Tulisa, 25, apparently said: "Just to let you know, after it being read out, in the next month or so I might have to move to a new address."
N-Dubz singer Tulisa arrived at court dressed in a black vest top, jumpsuit, smart jacket and a pair of Louboutins. She tonged her blonde hair into big curls for the hearing.
Westminster Magistrates Court heard how the charge relates to 13.9g of cocaine. Tulisa was arrested in June following an undercover investigation by The Sun.
The case has now been committed to Southwark Crown Court and a hearing has been set for 14 January. Tulisa and Michael were both given unconditional bail.
Tulisa's solicitor addressed waiting reporters outside the court once the hearing was over and she stood next to him.
He said: "Tulisa has been charged with a serious criminal offence to which she has today pleaded not guilty.
"In due course, Tulisa will give a full answer to these allegations."