Triple MOBO nominee Stefflon Don teases her racy latex underwear in an open PVC coat as she arrives at the awards in London
She was nominated for three of the night's top awards - and Stefflon Don wasn't about to go unnoticed.
Arriving on the red carpet in London on Wednesday night, the British hip hop artist flashed her PVC underwear in a bright coat, for a show-stopping entrance.
As well as being tipped for Best Newcomer, Best Female Act and Best Hip Hop Act gongs, the?26-year-old beauty also performed on the night.
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Making an entrance: Hip hop artist Stefflon Don attended the MOBO Awards at First Direct Arena Leeds on Wednesday night in a curve-flashing ensemble
The beauty left her checkered jacket deliberately open to expose her racy, black lingerie.
With her thigh tattoo peeping out from her open coat, the beauty flashed her curves with confidence.?
Her purple hair made her stand out yet more as she hit the red carpet in towering stilettos.?
She later slipped into a bodysuit and suspenders look to hit the stage with back-ups dancers.?
Curvaceous:?Stefflon - whose real name is Stephanie Allen - showed off her curves with complete confidence
Oozing sex appeal: With her jacket deliberately left open, the beauty teased her PVC lingerie?
Equally racy: Inside the awards bash, the beauty hit the stage in a bodysuit and suspenders ensemble
Taking the stage: She injected plenty of sex appeal into her performance
Giving it everything: The top performer has already lined up collaborations with Drake
Stefflon - whose real name is Stephanie Allen - is also nominated for a BRITs 2018 Critics' Choice Award, which will be announced on December 4, 2017.
The award has previously been won by the likes of Ellie Goulding, James Bay and Adele.?
She has lined up collaborations with Canadian artist Drake and is in part best known for her explicit lyrics.
'It’s part of my culture,' the artist told The Guardian in April. 'I grew up on Jamaican music in my house, and it’s raw about sex.?
Sassy: Her sassy look helped to get her noticed at the Leeds event
Pouty: She wore her hair in lilac with a large quiff and flowing waves
Showing her shape: Stefflon was up for?Best Newcomer, Best Female Act and Best Hip Hop Act
'I’m not going to compromise or not say what I want for anyone. Anyway, my Britishness waters my music down!'?
On female empowerment, she told?NME: 'I feel like there should be someone to stick up for women and make them feel good and beautiful about themselves
'I feel like a lot of men are not taking that role any more and just degrading us. If you can look for love within yourself and also from another female artist, that’s sick. You don’t need it from a male artist.'?
On working with Drake, she added:?'We haven’t actually been in the studio together [but] it’s gonna happen. We’re gonna make fire bangers.?'
Winner, winner: Later in the night, Stefflon walked away with?Best Female at the MOBO Awards
Delighted: Arriving in the winners' room in her stage outfit, the beauty looked elated
Racy look: She certainly couldn't be missed in her bodysuit and boots
MOBO Awards 2017 Winners
BEST MALE ACT?
Stormzy - winner?
BEST FEMALE ACT
Stefflon Don - winner
J Hus – Common Sense
Nines – One Foot Out
Sampha – Process
Stormzy - Gang Signs & Prayer - winner
Wretch 32 – Growing Over Life?
Dave - winner
Did You See - JHus (Produced by JAE5) - winner
Dun Talkin - Kojo Funds Feat. Abra Cadabra (Produced by GA)
Addison Lee - Not3s (Produced by Malv On The Track)
Big For Your Boots - Stormzy (Produced by Sir Spyro & Fraser T Smith)
Bestie - Yungen Feat. Yxng Bane ?(Produced by ADP)?
Walk The Walk - Bossman Birdie (Directed by Luke Davies)
Spirit - J Hus (Directed by Hugo Jenkins)
The Isle of Arran - Loyle Carner (Directed by Georgia Hudson)
Hot Property - Mist (Directed by Oliver Jennings) - winner
Big For Your Boots - Stormzy (Directed by Daps)
BEST HIP HOP ACT
Giggs - winner
BEST GRIME ACT
Stormzy - winner
BEST R&B/SOUL ACT?
Craig David - winner
BEST INTERNATIONAL ACT
Wizkid - winner
BEST AFRICAN ACT
Davido - winner
BEST REGGAE ACT
Damian Marley - winner
BEST JAZZ ACT
Moses Boyd - winner
BEST GOSPEL ACT
Volney Morgan & New-Ye - winner
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