Here come the girls: Kylie Minogue and Jessie J show off their legs as well as their voices at The Queen's Diamond Jubilee concert
08:42 GMT, 5 June 2012
As the Queen sat down in the Royal box to watch a musical extravaganza in her honour, she may have raised an eyebrow at some of the racy outfits on show.
The Queen's Diamond Jubilee concert, which was held outside Buckingham Palace, turned into a fashion show as a number of artists took to the stage.
Leading the way was the queen of pop Kylie Minogue, who paid homage to London in her own special way, tonight.
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Pint sized: Kylie Minogue took to the stage in a leather jacket decorated in pearl buttons in honour of the traditional working class London culture
The pint-sized singer dressed up as a pearly queen but chose to wear a rather short dress instead of the traditional longer length option.
The 44-year-old Australian looked great in the outfit with a black leather jacket which had been lined with large pearl buttons and a matching hat.
As she belted out some of her classic songs the heat of the stage lights obviously got too much for her and she removed the heavy coat.
Spinning around: Kylie looked great in her pearly outfit and although it showed some skin, it wasn't as revealing as some other costumes
Quick change: The Spinning Around singer belted out some classic hits before removing her leather jacket and showing off some skin
Put your hands up: Kylie entertained around 12,000 fans at Buckingham Palace, The Mall, London
Strutting around the stage in her specially made play-suit, the former Neighbours star was full of confidence supported by her special backing dancers.
Britain's Got Talent finalists Flawless body-popped and flipped around while she continued her performance.
As twitter users became vocal about her costume, one of her followers was particularly pleased with the outfit.
The Voice: Jessie gave a strong vocal performance but lost out in the fashion stakes to Kylie's trendy pearl outfit
Interesting choice: Jessie J wore an attention grabbing blue, gold and black dress to perform with will.i.am
The mentors: Jessie and will.i.am took to the stage together and sang I've Gotta Feeling, before she performed Domino
Comedian Alan Carr said: '@kylieminogue awesome as a pearly queen! Thank god she's not got the red hankie in her back pocket – how do you explain that to her Maj'
Jessie J couldn't compete with the Spinning Around singer but she tried her best to look good in an attention grabbing frock.
The Voice mentor gave a memorable performance alongside will.i.am but he stage costume was the centre of attention.
Living legend: Grace Jones surprised viewers with her revealing costume with featured a large red head dress and an open front dress
She wore a blue and black dress which featured a thigh high split along the left hand side of it and blue feathers.
Amazed with her performance and the gravity of the occasion, she said: 'A moment I will NEVER forget. WOW. #queenjubilee The uk know how to party! Thousands of flags :O overwhelmed x'.(sic)
The most risque dress was undoubtedly worn by Jamaican-born singer Grace Jones, who wore a red and black body and a bizarre head dress.
All together: The Queen took to the stage at the end of the concert with Prince Charles, Camilla and all of the acts from the night
The 64-year-old showed off her impressively toned long legs and also began to trend worldwide for singing and hula hooping at the same time.
Model Lara Stone said: 'Want to hula hoop with Grace Jones #TotesAmaze', while Boy George added: 'It was all about the Jones's tonight, Grace & Tom and highlight was Madness on the roof singing 'It Must be Love! My fave Madness song ever!'
Grace performed Slave to the Rhythm, while the crowd watched on in awe at her flexibility and poise.
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