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Cosmopolitan Women of the Year Awards


Sugababes were amongst a host of celebrity guests at the third annual Cosmopolitan Ultimate Women of the Year Awards. The band scooped the gong entitled Ultimate Mistresses of Music.

Fearne Cotton

Radio 1 DJ Fearne Cotton presented the awards show and was also a judge. She said: "The winners are truly inspirational and I am honoured to be able to celebrate their achievements."

Mel B

Spice Girl Mel B appeared at the event with husband Stephen Belafonte in tow. The ceremony also celebrates the achievements of real-life women for things like charity and environmental work.

Dannii Minogue

X Factor judge Dannii Minogue teamed her black number with a gold clutch for the ceremony. She also dismissed rumours that she was sacked as a mentor by X Factor hopeful Rachel Hylton.

Myleene Klass

Myleene Klass, who's currently co-presenting Miss Naked Beauty with Gok Wan, strikes a pose on the red carpet. She picked up the award for Ultimate TV presenter. Gok won the Ultimate Celeb Man gong.

Kim Cattrall

Sex and the City star Kim Cattrall - who played Samantha in the show - holds up the Ultimate Icon award. She also confirmed there would be a follow-up to the blockbuster Sex and the City movie.

Alesha Dixon

Last year's Strictly Come Dancing winner Alesha Dixon clutches her award for being the Ultimate Confidence Queen. Her new single The Boy Does Nothing (Asylum) is out on 10 November.

Abigail Clancy

Catwalk model Abigail Clancy was in attendance at the London ceremony. The prime minister's wife Sarah Brown and singers Jamelia and Lemar were also on the panel of judges.


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