For the live results on Sunday night, Cheryl turned heads in a statement Spring 2014 Zuhair Murad jumpsuit with lace cutout panels.
She donned her hair in a loose ponytail and worked matching red lipstick and shoes. She finished off with 18-carat rose gold jewellery, including the Fabergé Gypsy Diamond Bangle, which featured over 1,700 diamonds, and a matching Fabergé Rococo Diamond Ring, pavé-set with 300 diamonds. Blinging.
Mel B might not have opted for such a traffic-stopping colour but she was still super-sexy in a black dress by Versus + Anthony Vaccarello with a very high thigh split. We're not sure if she realised, however, that Abbey Clancy wore the very same dress to the Pride of Britain Awards just last week.
All the same, she looked pretty with her pared-back new bob hairstyle after taking her extensions out for the Saturday night show.
Mel's dress on Saturday was also ultra-cute as the star donned a monochrome bow-embellished frock by Alexander McQueen with Christian Louboutin heels.
She took to Twitter and wrote: "1st live xfactor show I had to wear a British designer dress of course @WorldMcQueen representing booya did you lot like it?"
1st live xfactor show I had to wear a British designer dress of course @WorldMcQueen representing booya did you lot like itjQuery19107246657248882473_1413187822504
- Melanie Brown (@OfficialMelB) October 12, 2014
- Simon Jones (@hackfordjonespr) October 11, 2014
Cheryl, meanwhile, totally wowed in black floor-sweeping evening gown with a shimmering waist and long voluminous blonde locks.
One look we weren't quite so sure about was the sheep-style jumpsuit Mel B decided to leave the studios in on Sunday night...
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