And 2018 is no exception of course.
New Rules singer Dua Lipa, who has been nominated for FIVE gongs , including Best British Female Solo Artist, went for a full-on look in a frothy pink tulle creation by Giambattista Valli.
The mini dress, complete with a black bow may have acceptable on its own, but the voluminous train did nothing for the brunette star in the style stakes. No prizes here, we’re afraid.
She teamed her frock with a pair of strappy black caged heels and carried a white rose to show support the anti-sexual harassment movement Time’s Up.
Scottish singer Tallia Storm, 19, also went for a pink sequin ensemble by Dolce & Gabbana, but sadly the midi-length, bejewelled clutch bag, shoes AND headband were all a bit too much together.
Actress Anna Friel normally tops the best dressed list but arrived in a shocking black and pink polka dot gown with bow detailing.
Paloma Faith displayed her usual quirky style in a metallic silver thigh-split dress by Ashish with ruffle detailing. But the singer missed the mark and ended up looking more space-age, than on trend.
X Factor’s Fleur East missed the mark in a velvet pant suit with a white bralet and matching belt.