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Tuesday, 20 November 2012

They'll get the royal seal of approval: Cheryl Cole leads the glamour at Variety Performance as Girls Aloud entertain the Queen in stunning gowns

By KIMBERLEY DADDS
Fit for the Queen: Cheryl Cole displays her curves and vocals as she takes to the stage at the Royal Variety Performance to entertain Queen Elizabeth II There was royalty in the audience so Girls Aloud of course ensured they were dressed in their glamorous best at the Royal Variety Performance on Monday evening. Cheryl Cole led the girls on stage and unlike their usual skimpy get-ups they dressed appropriately for the high caliber crowd as they all covered up in floorlength gowns. They stepped on stage at the lavish Royal Albert Hall to give it their all in one of their first live performances since reuniting again.
Stunning the crowd: The girls performed one of their first reunion gigs in their stunning matching gowns with gold embellishment detailing And now wonder they saved themselves for the best as they helped the Queen celebrate the 100th variety show. Cheryl, Nadine, Nicole, Kimberley and Sarah wore matching black frocks with a tulip cut and lashings of gold embellishment down their fronts. The Biology hitmakers stunned in the strapless numbers as they stood in perfect unison in a straight line singing into their microphones.
Matching: Sarah Harding and Nadine Coyle also wowed in the frocks as they performed their new single Showing off their perfect physiques, glamorous hair and singing skills, the girls ensured they were a hit as the Queen, along with the Duke of Edinburgh, sat in their seats to be entertained by the star-studded variety acts for the lavish evening.
Giving it her all: Cheryl stood in the middle as they gave their best efforts on the night Amanda wore her hair down in a long bob as she stood out in the asymmetric metallic dress with sparkly jewelled detailing. And Jenkins also went all out as she stepped on stage in a purple satin number. She wore her blonde locks in big curls while adorning herself with silver jewellery.
Like a pro: Kimberley and Nicola also put on the figure hugging gowns and gave their best smiles to the crowd
Lavish set: The girls performed an impressive set in the spectacular venue
Perfect formation: Cheryl took centre stage as the girls performed their mirror-image moves
Having a chin wag: The Queen greeted the girls after the show to thank them for their efforts
Gathering together: The boys looked dapper as they happily completed their set
Stand out: Welsh opera singer Katherine Jenkins wowed in a pink satin strapless gown as she took to the mic
Celebrations: Amanda was just one of the stars taking part in the 100th Royal Variety Show source: dailymail

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