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Scherzinger fails to cover up well

London, Jan 25 (IANS) Singer Nicole Scherzinger tried her best to cover up by using strategically placed covers, but flashbulbs ended up turning her dress transparent at the National Television Awards.

Jan 24 2013, 1:14pm CST | by

Scherzinger fails to cover up well
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London, Jan 25 — Singer Nicole Scherzinger tried her best to cover up by using strategically placed covers, but flashbulbs ended up turning her dress transparent at the National Television Awards.

The "X Factor" judge also dared to wear a plunging neckline and grabbed a lot of attention. If that wasn't enough, the blinding light of the camera flashes exposed the singer's fashion blunder, reports thesun.co.uk.

Once inside London's O2 Arena for the event, she was seen in the company of fellow "X Factor" stars Tulisa Contostavlos and Gary Barlow. They were hoping to win the best talent show award.

But the team was left disappointed when rival programme "Strictly Come Dancing" bagged the gong.

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