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It was selfies, pouts and giggles all round as the stars came out in full force to party at the 12th annual Glamour Woman Of The Year Awards. We've rounded up funniest and fashionable moments from the night.
Ellie Goulding, Rosie Huntington Whiteley and Kerry Washington were just a few of the stars who let their hair down at the after party, and it seems that after a few fizzy cocktails at the Cointreau bar the A-List were more than happy to let loose as they partied in London's Berkley Square.
Ellie gives us an eyeful in THAT dress!
It's no wonder Dougie Poynter is smitten! The 'Burn hitmaker showed off her best assets at the swanky do in a very revealing gown. Word on the grapevine is that a proposal could be in store for the blonde beauty as her McBusted beau hinted at an engagement in the near future.
Who knew that Kerry Washington would turn out to be the queen of the selfie?!
The 'Scandal' actress had the A-List queuing up for a series of snaps with the likes of Amy Schumur as she celebrated landing the cover of Glamour magazine's June issue.
It's officially handled!
Little Mix and Alesha Dixon couldn't resist the chance to take a selfie with THE Olivia Pope! Kerry Washington, who plays the character in the hit ABC series, shared this backstage snap on her Instagram.
The party's over Kate!
The party may have been over but Kate Hudson was in no rush to get out of her glamorous red gown. The 'Something Borrowed' actress, who picked up the Entrepreneur Award on the night, chose to keep the party going with her mother Goldie Hawn.
Who knew they were friends?!
Paloma Faith and Maisy Williams made sure to show off their fashion credentials as they posed up a storm for the cameras. Maybe Paloma will be making a cameo on 'Game of Thrones' sometime soon? We can dream...
Jennifer Saunders' Christmas came early!
The 'Absolutely Fabulous' star couldn't wait to get her hands on the goody bags full of treats as she was papped looking ecstatic when leaving the ceremony.