Charli XCX slips into a VERY racy sheer dress for sexy snaps


‘Thanks to everyone who makes those decisions!’ Charli XCX slips into a VERY racy sheer dress for sexy snaps as she celebrates her nomination at the Brit Awards

Charli XCX celebrated her nomination at the 2023 Brit Awards on Monday as she took to Instagram to share a racy trio of snaps.

The singer, 30, who landed a nod in for Best Pop/R&B Act at the awards next month, set pulses racing by donning a sexy sheer white dress as she reclined across a bad.

Charli’s nomination comes despite being snubbed in the coveted Artist Of The Year category, which featured an all-male list of nominees despite its gender neutral overhaul in 2021.

Revealing! Charli XCX celebrated her nomination at the 2023 Brit Awards on Monday as she took to Instagram to share a racy trio of snaps

Flashing a glimpse of her ample cleavage, Charli slipped into the see-through white dress while lying across the bed in the sexy images.

The songwriter offered her appreciation for the Brit nomination, penning the caption: ‘I got nominated for a brit award. thanks to everyone who makes those decisions I literally have no idea who u are.’

While Charli did earn a nomination in the Pop/R&B category, in a surprise snub, female artists were shut out of the Artist Of The Year, which last year introduced a gender-neutral overhaul by scrapping its male and female-centric categories.

Sizzling: The singer, 30, who landed a nod in for Best Pop/R&B Act at the awards next month, set pulses racing by donning a sexy sheer white dress as she reclined across a bad

Sizzling: The singer, 30, who landed a nod in for Best Pop/R&B Act at the awards next month, set pulses racing by donning a sexy sheer white dress as she reclined across a bad

Celebrate! Flashing a glimpse of her ample cleavage, Charli slipped into the see-through white dress while lying across the bed in the sexy images

Celebrate! Flashing a glimpse of her ample cleavage, Charli slipped into the see-through white dress while lying across the bed in the sexy images

In 2021, the BRIT Awards announced that they would be abolishing its male and female categories, in bid to celebrate artists ‘solely for their music.’ 

Meanwhile, set to compete for the coveted Mastercard Album Of The Year are The 1975 with Being Funny In A Foreign Language, Wet Leg with their self-titled album and Harry Styles with his hit compilation Harry’s House.

Also nominated is Stormzy with his album This Is What I Mean, and Fred Again, with Actual Life 3 (January 1 – September 9 2022).

Meanwhile the coveted category Song Of The Year With Mastercard, are Aitch with Baby Ft Ashanti, Cat Burns with Go, Dave with Starlight, and Ed Sheeran And Elton John with their festive hit Merry Christmas.

None of them! Charli's nomination comes despite being snubbed in the coveted Artist Of The Year category, which featured an all-male list of nominees despite its gender neutral overhaul

None of them! Charli’s nomination comes despite being snubbed in the coveted Artist Of The Year category, which featured an all-male list of nominees despite its gender neutral overhaul

Also nominated are Eliza Rose And Interplanetary Criminal with Baddest Of Them All, George Ezra with Green Green Grass and Harry Styles with As It Was.

It comes after Charli said stars have to do ‘a deal with the devil’ in order to be famous. 

The Used To Know Me singer admitted that becoming a pop star means you have to sacrifice your soul and be prepared to ‘run people over’ to achieve superstardom.

Speaking to NME, she pondered: ‘To be famous – a stratospheric level of famous – you have to f****** want that s*** to happen to you, and you have to do the deal with the devil.’

Candid: It comes after Charli said stars have to do 'a deal with the devil' in order to be famous

Candid: It comes after Charli said stars have to do ‘a deal with the devil’ in order to be famous

Speaking about playing the mainstream game on her last LP Crash, Charli added: ‘You have to f****** go there and run people over.

‘I’m not saying it’s a negative thing, it’s not, but I think with Crash I definitely wanted to play that game.

‘But I think because of who I am, and the artist that I am and the reference points that I have and the world that I come from, it’s like … there’s just this part of my brain that doesn’t want to function like that.’

BRIT AWARDS 2023: THE NOMINATIONS

Mastercard Album Of The Year

The 1975 – Being Funny In A Foreign Language

Wet Leg – Wet Leg

Harry Styles – Harry’s House

Stormzy – This Is What I Mean

Fred Again – Actual Life 3 (January 1 – September 9 2022)

Artist Of The Year

Central Cee

Fred Again

George Ezra

Harry Styles

Stormzy

Group Of The Year

The 1975

Arctic Monkeys

Bad Boy Chiller Crew

Nova Twins

Wet Leg

Best New Artist

Kojey Radical

Mimi Webb

Rina Sawayama

Sam Ryder

Wet Leg

Song Of The Year With Mastercard

Aitch – Baby Ft Ashanti

Cat Burns – Go

Dave – Starlight

Ed Sheeran And Elton John – Merry Christmas

Eliza Rose And Interplanetary Criminal – Baddest Of Them All

George Ezra – Green Green Grass

Harry Styles – As It Was

Lewis Capaldi – Forget Me

Lf System – Afraid To Feel

Sam Smith And Kim Petras – Unholy

Best Alt Rock

The 1975

Arctic Monkeys

Nova Twins

Tom Grennan

Wet Leg

RISING STAR 

Flo

Hip Hop/ Grime/ Rap

Aitch

Central Cee

Dave

Loyle Carner

Stormzy

Dance Act

Becky Hill

Bonobo

Calvin Harris

Eliza Rose

Fred Again

Pop/ R’n’B

Cat Burns

Charli Xcx

Dua Lipa

Harry Styles

Sam Smith

International Artist Of The Year

Beyonce

Burna Boy

Kendrick Lamar

Lizzo

Taylor Swift

International Group Of The Year

Black Pink

Drake And 21 Savage

First Aid Kit

Fontaines Dc

Gabriels

International Song Of The Year

Beyonce – Break My Soul

David Guetta And Bebe Rexa – Aim Good

Fireboy Dml & Ed Sheeran – Peru

Mauro Castillo, Stephanie Beatriz, Carolina Gaitán, Rhenzy Feliz, Encanto – Cast, Adassa, Diane Guerrero – We Dont Talk About Bruno

Gayle – Abcdefu

Jack Harlow – First Class

Lizzo – About Damn Time

Calum Scott And Lost Frequencies – Where Are You Npow

One Republic – I Ain’t Worried

Taylor Swift – Antihero

 

 

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