ARIAs 2021: Diversity’s Jordan Banjo and Perri Kiely take to the red carpet

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Diversity stars Jordan Banjo and Perri Kiely were among the first to walk the red carpet on Wednesday at the Audio and Radio Industry Awards at the May Fair Hotel in central London.

The dancing duo looked neat in jet-black ensembles.

Jordan wore a black T-shirt over matching trousers and loafers, adding a slate check jacket to the look.

Back to the red carpet: Diversity stars Jordan Banjo and Perri Kiely were among the first to walk the red carpet on Wednesday at the Audio and Radio Industry Awards at the May Fair Hotel in central London.

Perri wore an ink-black two-piece suit over a vintage statement T-shirt.

He added quirky black shoes with checkered white / black details to complete the ensemble.

Radio 1, the tough Scott Mills and sidekick Chris Stark, put on an equally neat screen.

They both opted for suits over crisp white shirts and equally loud sneakers.

Double act: on an equally neat screen were Radio 1 tough Scott Mills and sidekick Chris Stark

Double act: on an equally neat screen were Radio 1 tough Scott Mills and sidekick Chris Stark

Miss Scarlet: Vanessa Feltz showed off her frame in a red rose pattern cocktail dress

Miss Scarlet: Vanessa Feltz showed off her frame in a red rose pattern cocktail dress

Ravishing in red: The broadcaster added sparkly accessories to make the ensemble look majestic

Ravishing in red: The broadcaster added sparkly accessories to make the ensemble look majestic

The company of Three: Rickie, Melvin and Charlie from Radio 1 looked at their usual dizzying selves upon arrival

The company of Three: Rickie, Melvin and Charlie from Radio 1 looked at their usual dizzying selves upon arrival

Vanessa Feltz showed off her frame in a red rose pattern cocktail dress. The broadcaster added sparkly accessories to add majesty to the ensemble.

Fleur East put on her usual cheerful display as she posed for snapshots. Fleur typically looked gorgeous in a brown leather utility suit with nude peep-toe heels.

Rickie, Melvin and Charlie from Radio 1 looked at their usual dizzying selves when they arrived.

Charlie Hedges looked sensational in a trouser suit made of black, white and pinstripe panels. She added sparkly heels to complete the look.

Melvin Odoom wore a smart blazer over his white shirt and black tie and added a pocket square to complete the look. Rickie Haywood-Williams wore a demure black suit and white T-shirt.

Classic: Charlie Hedges looked sensational in a trouser suit consisting of black, white and pinstripe panels

Giddy: She added sparkly heels to complete the look

Dizzy: Charlie Hedges looked sensational in a trouser suit made of black, white and pinstripe panels. She added sparkly heels to complete the look

All smiles: Fleur East put on her usual cheerful display as she posed for snaps

All smiles: Fleur East put on her usual cheerful display as she posed for snaps

Business Ready: Fleur typically looked gorgeous in a tan leather utility suit with nude peep-toe heels

Business Ready: Fleur typically looked gorgeous in a tan leather utility suit with nude peep-toe heels

Take a pose: Fleur joined James Barr for a photo on the red carpet

Take a pose: Fleur joined James Barr for a photo on the red carpet

Chic in tan: Melvin Odoom wore a smart blazer over his white shirt and black tie and added a pocket square to complete the look

Slim: Rickie Haywood-Williams wore a demure black suit and white T-shirt

Slim: Melvin Odoom [L] wore a smart blazer over his white shirt and black tie and added a pocket square to complete the look. Rickie Haywood-Williams [R] wore a modest black suit and white T-shirt

Don't Shake: Radio mainstay Lauren Laverne wore a pretty floral dress with a nautical-inspired cardigan

Don’t Shake: Radio mainstay Lauren Laverne wore a pretty floral dress with a nautical-inspired cardigan

Too shy shy!  Snoochie Shy was stunned in a leggy chocolate off shoulder number

Glam: Harriet Scott shone in a deep metallic layered track

Glam: Snoochie Shy [L] stunned in a leggy chocolate off-shoulder number. Harriet Scott [R] sparkled in a falling metallic layered number

Kill!  Snoochie showed an impressive manicure and hoop earrings

Kill! Snoochie showed an impressive manicure and hoop earrings

Radio mainstay Lauren Laverne wore a pretty floral dress with a nautical-inspired cardigan.

Neev Spencer wore an intricate black and gold dress, while Stephanie Hirst wore a sleek black cocktail dress with semi-sheer details.

Sky Sports presenter Laura Woods looked cheerful in a little black dress with floral cutouts, black strappy heels and her blonde locks in a flowy side braid.

Comedian and radio host John Robins opted for a smart / casual look, while Ritchie Anderson donned a taupe-colored double-breasted suit and black turtleneck.

Silky: Neev Spencer wore an intricate black and gold dress

Chic: Stephanie Hirst wore a sleek black cocktail dress with semi-sheer details

Chic: Neev Spencer [L] wore an intricate black and gold dress, while Stephanie Hirst [R] wore a tight black cocktail dress with semi-sheer details

LBD: Sky Sports host Laura Woods looked cheerful in a little black dress with floral cutouts, black strappy heels and her blonde locks in a flowy side braid

LBD: Sky Sports host Laura Woods looked cheerful in a little black dress with floral cutouts, black strappy heels and her blonde locks in a flowy side braid

Funny man: comedian and radio host John Robins opted for a smart / casual look

Brave: Ritchie Anderson wore a taupe-colored double-breasted suit and a black turtleneck sweater

Brave: Comedian and radio host John Robins [L] went for a smart / casual look while Ritchie Anderson [R] was wearing a taupe-colored double-breasted suit and a black turtleneck

Friends: Rachel Horne [L] and Meera Depala [R] posed together for a snapshot on the red carpet

Friends: Rachel Horne [L] and Meera Depala [R] posed together for a snapshot on the red carpet

Snoochie Shy was dumbfounded in a leggy chocolate off shoulder number, while Harriet Scott shone in a deep metallic layered number.

The Audio & Radio Industry Awards recognize the talented individuals and teams in British audio and radio who excel in their craft and produce the very best body of work in the world.

The categories cover the most diverse genre, talent and output from public radio, commercial radio, podcasters, community radio, student radio, independent production, audiobooks and more.

The ARIAs call themselves ‘The Oscars of UK Radio and Audio’ and are open to all UK-based content creators who are members of The Radio Academy.

The Radio Academy is the UK’s radio and audio industry charity, founded in 1983, which aims to bring together creative people from across the industry and break down barriers to provide opportunities for debate, networking and partying.

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