Little Mix's Leigh-Anne Pinnock leads the glamour at the MOBOs as Kaz Kamwi and Talia Storm arrive in Coventry

LITTLE Mix's Leigh-Anne Pinnock led the glamour at the MOBOs as Kaz Kamwi and Talia Storm arrived in Coventry for the event.

The annual British music award ceremony, which will be streamed on YouTube, kick started tonight at 8pm at theCoventry Building Society Arena.

Leigh-Anne, 30, and comedian Munya Chawawa are hosting the event, which will have a number of performances from some amazing artists including Stefflon Don, Ms Banks and Ghetts.

The Shout Out To My Ex songstress wowed in a show stopping yellow net frock with cut-out detail for the star-studded bash.

She opted for a pair of clear sparkly high-heels and matching diamond earrings.

The star completed the look by tying her natural curls into a bun and rocked a face full of glam makeup.

Leigh-Anne looked amazing with a dramatic smokey eye look, false eyelashes and popping highlight.

Love Island star Kaz Kami looked incredible in a purple figure hugging maxi dress.

The gown featured an amazing leg slit and plunging neckline.

The reality favourite styled her brunette locks into some loose curls.

Meanwhile, Talia Storm rocked a sparkling two-piece.

The singer flashed her toned abs in a disco mini skirt and matching crpped blazer.

Talia styled her blonde locks into a middle parting and added a pop of colour to the look with a red lip.

The likes of Ms Banks, Love Island's Wes Nelson and Jamelia were also amongst those who are in attendance.

The MOBOS is an award ceremony that has been around for 25 years and is a celebration of achievements in "music of black origin".

Last year the awards made a return for the first time since 2017.

Maya Jama and Chunkz awarded the virtual ceremony, which had performances from Headie One, M Huncho and Young T & Bugsey.

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