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Actress Jodie Turner-Smith Attended The BRIT Awards In Zuhair Murad

Bowing, brb.

At the 2023 BRIT Awards in London on Saturday night, British actress and model Jodie Turner-Smith flaunted a silver gown by Lebanese designer Zuhair Murad.

The 36-year-old actress, who co-stars with Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston in Netflix's upcoming movie "Murder Mystery 2," displayed the one-shoulder couture draped gown from the designer's Spring-Summer 2023 collection on the red carpet. Through cutout sections of the dress, model Jodie showed off her midriff, where the fabric met and crossed over at her waist. A front split exposed her long legs as she walked, along with a pair of silver Jimmy Choo shoes in the Kaylee pattern.

Harry Styles dominated the night by collecting four awards, including the highly coveted Artist of the Year. He also triumphed in every category in which he was nominated. The Associated Press reported that female-led indie rock band Wet Leg won awards for group of the year and best new artist.

Beyoncé received two more Brits for "Break My Soul," winning both international song of the year and international artist of the year.

Less than a week after taking home the same prize at the Grammy Awards in the same category, Styles accepted the album of the year award for "Harry's House." He also won for pop/R&B act, song of the year for “As It Was,” and artist of the year.

The boyband One Direction ex-member thanked "my mum for signing me up for 'X Factor,'" the talent contest that launched his career, while accepting the best-artist award.

Styles, received backlash for claiming that “this doesn’t happen to people like me very often.” According to some, the statement was insensitive to the challenges encountered by artists from all backgrounds.

Styles praised artists that didn't make the Brit Awards' all-male artist of the year shortlist, including Charli XCX, Rina Sawayama, Mabel, Florence + The Machine, and Becky Hill.

In an effort to be more inclusive, the Brits replaced separate male and female performance categories with gender-neutral awards two years ago. The switch was one of the adjustments made in response to long-standing complaints that the Brits failed to accurately represent the variety of British music. But this year's Brit Awards released a best-artist shortlist with no female acts, drawing more criticism, where some musicians said more needs to be done.

Newcomer of the year nominee, Sawayama remarked, “There is a lot of diversity in artists but there is not enough diversity in record labels.”

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