Little Mix were the queens of Capital FM's Summertime Ball with a dazzling performance of hits including Hair and Move.
Jade Thirlwall, Perrie Edwards, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, and Jesy Nelson blew the Wembley crowd away when they took to the stage and opened their set with monster hit Black Magic.
Fans on social media went wild as the boiler suits the girls were wearing were torn off by their male dancers to reveal the sexiest of lacy bodysuits.
Take a look at some of the pop star guests who hit the red carpet for one of London's premier music events.
The X Factor winner sparkled on the red carpet.
Jess Glynne and will.i.am
Both singers have a very individual style.
Years & Years
Band members Olly Alexander, Mikey Goldsworthy and Emre Turkmen have become firm favourites on the live music scene.
Grace Chatto, Jack Patterson, Luke Patterson and Neil Amin-Smith are Grammy Award winners. Smash track Rather Be won in 2015 for best dance recording.
Can the lads fill the space left by One Direction? Do they even want to? The British band are James McVey, Connor Ball, Bradley Simpson and Tristan Evans.
Trinidadian DJ Christopher Leacock is best known by the name Jillionaire. You've probably danced to several of his tunes.
The Swedish singer and songwriter performed at the opening ceremony in France for Euro 2016.
The American's recent chart-topper I Took A Pill In Ibiza spent four weeks at number one in the UK.
The west London R&B and hip hop collective are Akelle Charles, Haile and Louis Rei.
He's no longer a member of Union J, but George is clearly having a ball.
He won't be hosting The Voice UK when it airs on ITV, but the former JLS member can still move a crowd.