Laura Whitmore dazzles on the red carpet at the MTV European Music Awards

She may no longer be wowing on the Strictly Come Dancing dance floor, but Laura Whitmore is still turning heads on the red carpet.

The Irish TV presenter stepped out in style to host the MTV European Music Awards in Rotterdam

Hours before the show her stylist posted a collage of Laura in three different dresses, saying she couldn’t decide which one to wear.

She wasn’t the only star showing off her fashion prowess on the red carpet.

Here are a few other people who stood out:

1. Jaden Smith

The son of Hollywood super couple Will and Jada Pinkett Smith proved why he’s earned a name for himself as a style force to be reckoned with.

2. Zara Larsson

Songbird Zara Larsson was perfection in a cream lace dress.

3. Nina Dobrev

Vampire Diaries star Nina Dobrev opted for a lilac hue which suited her perfectly.

4. Charli XCX

The After The Afterparty singer was pretty in pink as she opted for some super size sequins.

The award ceremony is being hosted by singer Bebe Rexha.

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