At London's Earls Court, the sequins and limbs and weird did fly...with a little help from Kylie, Alicia, Mika, Courtney Love and citoyenne du monde Lady Gaga! And is that the queen we spy...?

The party didn't start until Ke$ha walked in; good thing she seems to have been punctiliously prompt.


You need to know right now that Mika can do no wrong in my eyes, and that includes wearing a codpiece/Tallis/apron, okay?


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The ever-effervescent Cat Deeley sports an equally bubbly frock. No judgments! Okay, maybe a few.


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Ya know what we can judge? The idiotic, man-who-came-to-dinner trend of the one-arm, as modeled by Leona Lewis.


This goes double for Geri Halliwell's Hermes costume.


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You go right ahead, Boy George. We're glad you're having fun.


Kylie Minogue, sporting perhaps the least sexy lingerie we've ever seen. It's like, Amish Frederick's of Hollywood.


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Sinitta clearly didn't get the "crrrrazy getups!" memo and is distressingly demure - albeit an elegant visual palate cleanser.


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Fearne Cotton: also low-key.


Oh my God. Oh my God. I love this disco-power 70s-80s-90s sparkle motion bit of awesomeness on Alicia Keys so much I am almost speechless.


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Okay. I can't deny that Alexandra Burke's gown kind of reminds me of when Macy's wraps itself in an immense red bow for Christmas. But that's really not her fault. It's my problem.


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Courtney Love goes romantic. Whether the romance is true, or bad, I don't intend to intrude on her reverie. It looks nice in there.

I can't tell if Katherine Jenkins' frock is a tribute or ironic. Like, "God Save the Queen! She ain't a human being! She's...over my vagine!"


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Gags played it low-key this time: just threw on a few giant coffee filters and called it a day.


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