Cheryl Fernandez-Versini dresses to impress for Nicola Roberts' birthday bash

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Cheryl Fernandez-Versini has once again upped the style stakes. The 32-year-old pulled out all the stops as she headed to former Girls Aloud bandmate Nicola Roberts' 30th birthday, turning heads in an eye-catching minidress for the glitzy bash, held at London's trendy Hotel Chantelle.

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Cheryl Fernandez-Versini wowed in a striped Balmain dress

The Crazy Stupid Love singer was the epitome of high fashion in a black-and-white striped minidress with long sleeves from French fashion house Balmain. To complement the chic dress, Cheryl accessorised with a matching envelope clutch bag and a pair of golden strappy heels.

It wasn't just her outfit which had fans coveting her look – the star looked every inch a beauty icon as she mingled with guests and enjoyed a catch up with Nicola and fellow bandmate Kimberley Walsh. Cheryl looked as radiant as ever wearing a hint of pink lipgloss, and black winged eyeliner for a classic beauty look, with her brunette shoulder-length hair styled into tousled waves.

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The star was joined by Kimberley Walsh as they celebrated former bandmate Nicola Roberts' birthday

The Fight For This Love hitmaker recently opened up about the secret to her healthy skin, confessing that she has a particular snack she turns to for a vitamin boost. "I drink a lot of water and eat plenty of avocado," she told The Telegraph. "And I love Marmite too, which has B vitamins in it."

Recent months have seen Cheryl facing a lot of scrutiny after she stepped out revealing her slimmed down figure. However, the singer has repeatedly spoken out about the attention she receives for her weight loss, describing comments from media and fans as "body shaming".

"I can take whatever [the press] throw at me after 13 years, what worries me is what it's doing to the younger generation," she told ES magazine. "And some of the people writing this stuff are women. There is no sisterhood."

"The body shaming has to stop," she continued. "Something has to be done, changed, even if it's done in law. Every woman has a different body type and handles stress and grief differently. I was a ballerina from a child, so I have really good muscle memory. When I work out, I can look like a tennis player. If I don't, I look different."

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