By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
Hot, hot, hot pants: Frankie Sandford sends temperatures soaring in these skimpy shorts at T4 Stars of 2010 awards, where she was performing with her band The Saturdays
The Saturdays beauty Frankie Sandford sent temperatures soaring with this tiny pair of Stars and Stripes hotpants as her band performed at the T4 Stars of 2010.
The sexy singer showed off tanned legs with the short shorts and teamed it with a cropped leather jacket as The Saturdays performed at today's awards show at Earls Court.
The girl band was just one of a long list of singers and bands taking part in the live show, which was showcasing the best of the musical acts to make their mark this year.
Meanwhile, her Saturdays band mate Rochelle Wiseman must have been dreading bumping into ex boyfriend JLS singer Marvin Humes, whose band was also performing.
It was thought this would be the first time the former lovers would come face to face since they split earlier this month.
Stars of 2010: The Saturdays, from left to right, Rochelle Wiseman, Frankie Sandford, Vanessa White, Mollie King and Una Healy performing at Earls Court
The girls were on the same bill as JLS, but the two bands were put on opposite ends of the bill... which might have made things easier for former lovebirds Rochelle and Marvin
However, it would seem both parties took action to avoid bumping into each other.
According to reports, organisers of the T4 Stars of 2010 show were asked to keep the pair as far apart as possible to minimise the chance of them meeting as they 'weren't keen to spend too much time together after the split'.
The bands were given dressing rooms at opposite ends of the building and were scheduled to perform at opposite ends of the show.
Stars of 2010: The JLS boys Marvin, JB, Oritse and Aston performing in Earls Court
Marvin, 25, and Rochelle, 21, got together in March but broke up earlier this month because of work commitments.
JLS and The Saturdays were just two of the acts on a huge line-up for the music event.
N-Dubz, Mark Ronson, The Wanted, Alexandra Burke, Tinie Tempah, Pixie Lott, Example, Olly Murs, Ellie Goulding and Tinchy Stryder were all due to make appearances.
Divas: X Factor Alexandra Burke, left, and pop starlet Pixie Lott give the crowds something to cheer about
T4 Stars of 2010: From left to right, Dappy, Tulisa and Fazer from N-Dubz performing at the event
Alexandra Burke cut a sultry figure as she stepped on stage in a slinky black number and matching strappy heels while Pixie Lott kept it cute in a short blue playsuit with black knee-length stockings and sparkly shoes.
Chart-topping rappers N-Dubz brought their brand of hip hop to the awards show.
The three-piece band - Dappy Contostavlos, his cousin Tulisa and best friend Richard 'Fazer' Rawson - have their own Channel 4 documentary called Being N-Dubz, in which a camera crew follows them around their old stomping ground in north London.
Shut up! Girl band Lola - fresh from their appearance on The Only Way Is Essex - make their debut at the T4 awards show
Reality stars: Lola girls from left to right, Amba-Hollie Wood Lauren Lindsay, Jessica Wright and Linzi Peel
Girl group Lola, who made their debut on the reality docu-soap The Only Way Is Essex, were also given the chance to perform alongside big name music acts at the show.
The band featured prominently in the reality show, which focused on the real-life antics of a group of glamorous friends living in Essex.
He's back: Former X Factor star Olly Murs gets a warm welcome from the audience
New kids on the block: Jay McGuinness, Nathan Sykes, Max George, Tom Parker and Siva Kaneswaran of boy band The Wanted perform during the T4 Stars Of 2010
Sunday, 21 November 2010
By DAILY MAIL REPORTER