ARIAs 2021: Diversity's Jordan Banjo and Perri Kiely storm the red carpet

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    ARIAs 2021: Diversity’s Jordan Banjo and Perri Kiely storm the red carpet at London’s swanky May Fair Hotel honoring the UK’s radio stars

    Diversity stars Jordan Banjo and Perri Kiely were among the first to walk the red carpet at the Audio and Radio Industry Awards at the May Fair Hotel in central London on Wednesday.

    The dancing duo looked dapper in jet black ensembles.

    Jordan wore a noir Tee over matching slacks and loafers, adding a slate checked jacket to the look.

    Back to the red carpet: Diversity stars Jordan Banjo and Perri Kiely were among the first to walk the red carpet at the Audio and Radio Industry Awards at the May Fair Hotel in central London on Wednesday

    Back to the red carpet: Diversity stars Jordan Banjo and Perri Kiely were among the first to walk the red carpet at the Audio and Radio Industry Awards at the May Fair Hotel in central London on Wednesday

    Perri wore an inky two-piece suit over a vintage statement Tee.

    He added quirky black shoes with a checked white/black detailing to complete the ensemble.

    Putting on an equally dapper display were Radio 1 stalwart Scott Mills and sidekick Chris Stark.

    They both went for suits over crisp white shirts and equally loud trainers. 

    Double-act: Putting on an equally dapper display were Radio 1 stalwart Scott Mills and sidekick Chris Stark

    Double-act: Putting on an equally dapper display were Radio 1 stalwart Scott Mills and sidekick Chris Stark

    Silky: Neev Spencer donned an intricate black and gold dress

    Chic: Stephanie Hirst wore a sleek black cocktail dress with a semi-sheer detailing

    Chic: Neev Spencer [L] donned an intricate black and gold dress, while Stephanie Hirst [R] wore a sleek black cocktail dress with a semi-sheer detailing

    Neev Spencer donned an intricate black and gold dress, while Stephanie Hirst wore a sleek black cocktail dress with a semi-sheer detailing.

    The Audio & Radio Industry Awards recognise the talented individuals and teams in UK audio and radio who excel at their craft and produce the very best body of work in the world.

    The categories cover the most diverse range of genre, talent and output from public service radio, commercial radio, podcasters, community radio, student radio, independent production, audio books and beyond.

    The ARIAs brand themselves ‘the Oscars of UK radio and audio’ and are open to all UK based content creators who are members of The Radio Academy.

    The Radio Academy is the UK radio and audio industry charity, established in 1983, who aim to bring together creative people from across the sector, breaking down barriers to provide opportunities for debate, networking, and celebration. 

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