Melvin Odoom smiles off the Strictly days as he dons Scottish garb to present the Mobo Awards

The 21st Mobo Awards are just getting under way in Glasgow and the guests who have arrived on time are already dazzling in some awesome outfits.

But top of the list has to be hosts Melvin Odoom and Rickie Haywood Williams as they make a special tribute to their host city with matching kilts.

Beaming from ear to ear, it looks like Melvin is well over his short and sweet Strictly days…

And in the Best Female Act category, Laura Mvula gives everyone a wave from the confines of a metallic corset that we could only dream of pulling off.

We can’t decide what we like best about Ella Eyre’s look – the chic floral dress or the eye-catching shoes.

Nadia Rose successfully combines a bit of punk, a touch of goth, and a hint of rock-climber.

Sinead Harnett gives a first nod to Christmas in a gorgeously festive one-piece.

Is it pyjamas? Or a take on a Victorian prison suit? Whatever, it looks great on Anne-Marie.

A skimpy floral dress balanced with a dark and stormy lipstick from Tallia Storm makes the perfect autumnal combo.

More florals, and a bit of everything else, from Arrow Benjamin. But he is working it.

Olympic gold medal boxer Nicola Adams proves you only need one statement piece to make a killer outfit.

Professor Green keeps it simple with the ever-classic trench coat.

My Mad Fat Diary’s Sharon Rooney brightens up a classy gothic look with a Remembrance poppy.

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