Alicia Keys Stuns at Awards

27th Annual ARIA Awards, Sydney, Australia - 01 Dec 2013Alicia Flaunts Her Perfect Body


Alicia Keys rocked three looks at the ARIA Awards last night.

The 32-year-old songstress took on the dual role of performer and presenter at the event in Sydney and made sure she had enough gowns to cover all bases.

For her appearance on the black carpet, Alicia chose a fluorescent yellow Stella McCartney dress which showed off her amazing figure.

The fitted number clung to her curves, with a sleeveless design emphasising the star’s toned arms and cutaway sides exposing her flat stomach.

A metallic belt cinched in Alicia’s tiny waist and Jimmy Choo heels and Mimco jewels provided the finishing touches.

While performing, the Fallin’ singer ditched the colour in favour of a monochrome number.

The mother-of-one looked amazing in a patterned crop top with a pencil midi skirt by Manning Cartell as she belted out a medley of her hits for the audience.

Alicia was also asked to present the best female artist award, which went to Australian R&B star Jessica Mauboy.

This time the singer reached for an elegant Toni Matičevski dress and Giuseppe Zanotti shoes.

The bodycon number was a flattering midi length and again showed off all of Alicia’s curves.

Alicia wore her hair up in a punky style with shaved sides and volume on top.

Bringing some gothic glamour to the awards yesterday was New Zealand-born singer Lorde.

The 17-year-old wore a floor-length black dress with three-quarter-length sleeves.

Usually sporting untamed curls, the singer surprised by slicking her hair into a neat up-do for her performance of hit Team.

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