Kim Kardashian 'sings all night' at Sam Smith concert with sisters Khloé and Kendall and model Cara Delevingne

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Kim Kardashian enjoyed a musical evening out on Thursday when she went to British singer Sam Smith's concert in Los Angeles. The reality TV star was in good company at the gig – not only did she personally meet Sam and snap a series of photographs with the Stay With Me singer, but she was side-by-side with her sisters Khloé Kardashian and Kendall Jenner, as well as Kendall's good friend and fellow model Cara Delevingne.

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For the girls' night out, which was also attended by the Kardashians' close friend Shelli Azoff, Kim ensured that when it came to the fashion stakes all eyes were on her. The 34-year-old donned a tight black bodice and loose-fitting trousers, with black fur draped over her shoulders.

A pair of black strappy sandals and a pair of oversized sparkling earrings completed the eye-catching look, while she scraped her brunette locks back a tight ponytail.

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Before the show took off Kim got herself a snap with the star of the show, which she quickly posted on Twitter for her fans to see. "Before show pic!!!!!! Good luck @samsmithworld #LA #Fórum" wrote Kim alongside the photo, which shows Sam also dressed with black apart from a white collar.

Other pictures showed the ladies posing mid-concert, with the stage, lights and packed arena in the background, with model Cara in the midst of the Kardashian-Jenner set. “We sang all night long!!!” Kim captioned one snap.

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Khloé also got trigger happy, posting several photographs on her Instagram account of their fun night out. She posted a selfie of herself and Kendall with the caption: "One of those nights with my sis #SamSmithConcert", as well as numerous group shots.

Sam was reunited with his star fans after his performance and appeared equally as chuffed to pose for photos.

He posted a black-and-white photo of himself with Kim and wrote: "Thank you for coming tonight beautiful human xx."