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Ferne McCann wows in a silver crop top as she hosts Boisdale Music Awards

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She has recently given up alcohol as part of an eight week detox in time for her three-year-old daughter Sunday’s ‘big girl school’ debut.

And Ferne McCann didn’t let temptation get in the way of her attending the Boisdale Music Awards in Canary Wharf on Tuesday. 

The reality star, 31, wowed in a sparkly silver crop top and skintight leather trousers at the event, which Ferne kindly hosted.

Giving up alcohol: Ferne McCann didn't let temptation get in the way of her attending the Boisdale Music Awards in Canary Wharf on Tuesday

Giving up alcohol: Ferne McCann didn’t let temptation get in the way of her attending the Boisdale Music Awards in Canary Wharf on Tuesday

The former TOWIE cast member looked stronger-than-ever thanks to her new training regime as she modelled the itsy-bitsy top which featured a square-neck and black panelling along her sides. 

The First Time Mum star was glowing as she stood tall at the event in a pair of iridescent copper court heels, accessorising with a dazzling silver choker.

The model opted for a glamorous makeup palette for the event, including full-coverage foundation, fluffy eyelashes and nude lipstick.

Wow! The reality star wowed in a sparkly silver crop top and skin-tight leather trousers at the event, which Ferne kindly hosted

Wow! The reality star wowed in a sparkly silver crop top and skin-tight leather trousers at the event, which Ferne kindly hosted

Let down your hair! The blonde beauty wore her luscious tresses in a Rapunzel-style curly ponytail which she flung over her shoulder, while she modelled a lime-green manicure

Let down your hair! The blonde beauty wore her luscious tresses in a Rapunzel-style curly ponytail which she flung over her shoulder, while she modelled a lime-green manicure

The blonde beauty wore her luscious tresses in a Rapunzel-style curly ponytail which she flung over her shoulder, while she modelled a lime-green manicure.

Ferne was in good company at Boisdale, sharing the spotlight with the likes of Jools Holland, Ranald Macdonald, Emily Capell and Tallia Storm.

Scottish singer-songwriter Tallia put on a show with her own ensemble – a bright green pleather jumpsuit with oversized bell-bottoms.

Good company: Ferne was in good company at Boisdale, sharing the spotlight with the likes of Jools Holland (pictured right), Ranald Macdonald, Emily Capell and Tallia Storm (pictured left)

Good company: Ferne was in good company at Boisdale, sharing the spotlight with the likes of Jools Holland (pictured right), Ranald Macdonald, Emily Capell and Tallia Storm (pictured left)

Showtime! Scottish singer-songwriter Tallia, 22, put on a show with her own ensemble - a bright green pleather jumpsuit with oversized bell-bottoms

Showtime! Scottish singer-songwriter Tallia, 22, put on a show with her own ensemble – a bright green pleather jumpsuit with oversized bell-bottoms

The blonde beauty, 22, wore her long locks in crimpy waves while she opted for gold eye makeup and nude lipstick.

The evening promised a three-course gala dinner followed by the awards ceremony.

The ceremony, which Ferne hosted, celebrates just a few of the musicians in the jazz, blues, soul, reggae and pop genres. 

All-smiles: The blonde beauty wore her long locks in crimpy waves while she opted for gold eye makeup and nude lipstick

All-smiles: The blonde beauty wore her long locks in crimpy waves while she opted for gold eye makeup and nude lipstick

Let us entertain you: Veteran star Paul Young...

... and Boisdale Managing Director Ranald Macdonald were up on stage at event on Tuesday evening

Let us entertain you: Veteran star Paul Young (L) and Boisdale Managing Director Ranald Macdonald (R) were up on stage at the event on Tuesday evening

Party time: Suzie Quatro was also among those delivering short performances at the awards show

Party time: Suzie Quatro was also among those delivering short performances at the awards show 

X-Factor’s Tallia Storm and Rebecca Ferguson, Alexander O’Neal, Paul Young and Dionne Warwick were just a few of the celebrities up for an award at the event – with the winners offering a short performance after receiving their gong.

Categories in the ceremony included Young Musician, Jazz, Singer/Songwriter, Instrumentalist, Blues Artist, Reggae, Female Vocalist, Male Vocalist, Outstanding Contribution To British Music, Lifetime Achievement, Rock God, Band Of The Century and DJ Of The Year.         

Previous winners include Brian McFadden, Natasha Hamilton, Alexander Armstrong and Fleur East, as well as current nominees Rebecca Ferguson and Alexander O’Neal.  

Previous winners: The former winners include Brian McFadden, Natasha Hamilton, Alexander Armstrong and Fleur East, as well as current nominees Rebecca Ferguson and Alexander O’Neal. Pictured right: Ranald Macdonald

Previous winners: The former winners include Brian McFadden, Natasha Hamilton, Alexander Armstrong and Fleur East, as well as current nominees Rebecca Ferguson and Alexander O’Neal. Pictured right: Ranald Macdonald

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