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Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, Mel B, Tess Daly, Pixie Lott, Caroline Flack and even Mary Berry; the ladies who regularly grace our television sets always bring a certain glitz and glamour to the screen. Here we look at how to get their style without the designer price tag.
Get Mel B's style from the high street! Credit: Dymond/Syco/Thames/Corbis
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Simply red

Mel B's simple, but hot, red jumpsuit worn in week three of the live X Factor shows wowed viewers and, most surprisingly, it wasn't a designer piece but from high street favourite Zara. Paired with red shoes, nails and slicked back hair, Mel's stylist was on fire with this outfit.

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Cheryl: rocking the LBD
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Brave new dress

Cheryl kept things short and sweet in this simple black cocktail dress, which showed off her perfectly toned and tanned legs. With soft and wavy locks our Cheryl looked effortlessly pretty when she walked on to the stage and proved that there's nothing better than a classic LBD to add a little glitz and glamour!

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Mmmm, mummy style?! Image: Dymond/Syco/Thames/Corbis
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Thriller night

On the other hand, Cheryl's result show outfit, in week four of X Factor, was perhaps just as confusing as the fact she was supposedly miming throughout her performance. It's not the most glitzy of costumes but if you're a die hard Cheryl fan then it's a very easy look to recreate – mainly using household items rather than anything out of a wardrobe.

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  • White toilet roll: £1.74 for 4 rolls 
  • White bin liner bag: 90p 
  • Thigh high white boots: £35.00
  • Professionally blow dried locks: £30-£70
Or you could buy a sexy mummy costume and be done with it. 
A nod to the glitz of the 1970s. Image: BBC
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A nod to the glitz of the 1970s. Image: BBC

Glitter bomb

Caroline Flack's debut outfit for Strictly Come Dancing is still a favourite among fans. It is reminiscent of the 1970s, with its glitter shorts, halter top and big bouncy hairstyle, and was actually one the least comfortable-looking outfits seen in the run up to the show.

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Goddesses in frocks! Image: BBC
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Goddesses in frocks! Image: BBC

Grown-up fashion

Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly are two of the most fashionable ladies on television at the moment and each week we watch to see what fabulous gowns they are wearing (as well as check out Mark and Simon's skintight suits). Zoe Ball has taken up the reins while Claudia takes time off from the show to care for her daughter but has looked just as fantastic. 

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Mary Berry wowed with her polished look. Image: BBC
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The fashion queen

She might have a few years on the ladies in the previous list but Mary Berry is the queen of fashion and regularly wears something very fashionable on Great British Bake Off. This year she wore a patterned, pink jacket from Marks & Spencer, which then sold out by the time the show had finished. Now, if that's not a reason to crown her as the Queen of TV style, we don't know what is. 

Get the look: 
  • Pink bomber jacket: £60.00 
  • Blue jeans: £25.00
  • Perfectly manicured nails: £20
  • A perfectly made Victoria sponge (with no soggy bottoms in sight) in each hand
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