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MOBO Awards 2024: Host Indiyah Polack puts on a jaw-dropping display in a diamond-embellished sheer dress as she arrives with Love Island boyfriend Dami Hope

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Love Island’s Indiyah Polack put on a jaw-dropping display in a sheer diamond-embellished ensemble for the 26th MOBO Awards on Wednesday.

Stepping out with boyfriend Dami Hope at the Utilita Arena in Sheffield, the TV personality turned heads on the red carpet as she put on a very busty display.

Stormzy and Raye are among the nominees battling it out for coveted gongs at the ceremony, with Babtunde Aleshe, Indiyah, 24, and Zeze Mills acting as hosts. 

She dazzled in a sheer gown embellished with hundreds of sparkles intricately placed through the dress to showcase her sensational hourglass figure.

The sizzling outfit draped along the floor as the see-through garment pooled into a meter-long train which gathered at her feet.

Love Island's Indiyah Polack put on a jaw-dropping display in a sheer diamond-embellished ensemble for the 26th MOBO Awards on Wednesday

Love Island’s Indiyah Polack put on a jaw-dropping display in a sheer diamond-embellished ensemble for the 26th MOBO Awards on Wednesday

Stepping out with boyfriend Dami Hope at the Utilita Arena in Sheffield, the TV personality turned heads on the red carpet as she put on a very busty display

Stepping out with boyfriend Dami Hope at the Utilita Arena in Sheffield, the TV personality turned heads on the red carpet as she put on a very busty display

Indiyah commanded attention at the event as her look featured a matching headdress which spilt over her shoulders. 

Adding inches to her stunning figure, she paired her stunning outfit with a pair of towering silver stilettoes which spiraled up the star’s toned legs.

The podcast host looked incredible as she opted for a full glam make-up look which featured a very glossy lip.

She posed confidently as she graced the red carpet with her Love Island boyfriend, Dami.

Proudly supporting his girlfriend, Dami, 27, put on a very cool display as he turned heads in a brilliant-white crisp suit.

The statement ensemble featured a double-breasted white blazer paired with very wide bootcut trousers which pooled over his black shoes.

Showing a bit of skin, the influencer decided to add a little heat to his snazzy look as he opted to go shirtless for the glitzy event.

He stepped out to the event heavily accessorised as he sported a pearly chocker, two gold chains, five hoop earrings, multiple face piercings and five rings.

She dazzled in a sheer gown embellished with hundreds of sparkles intricately placed through the dress to showcase her sensational hourglass figure

She dazzled in a sheer gown embellished with hundreds of sparkles intricately placed through the dress to showcase her sensational hourglass figure

The sizzling outfit draped along the floor as the see-through garment pooled into a meter-long train which gathered at her feet

The sizzling outfit draped along the floor as the see-through garment pooled into a meter-long train which gathered at her feet

Indiyah, 24, commanded attention at the event as her look featured a matching headdress which spilt over her shoulders

Indiyah, 24, commanded attention at the event as her look featured a matching headdress which spilt over her shoulders

The podcast host looked incredible as she opted for a full glam make-up look which featured a very glossy lip

The podcast host looked incredible as she opted for a full glam make-up look which featured a very glossy lip

 Proving its all in the details, the star decorated his nails with black crosses and had his hair freshly trimmed for the night.

This year’s ceremony sees Stormzy and Little Simz receive the most nods after they were both nominated four times each.

For the first time in its history the 26th MOBO Awards in association with MOBOLISE. is taking place at the Utilita Arena in Sheffield.

Acclaimed rapper Little Simz landed nominations for Best Female Act, Album of the Year, Video of The Year and Best Hip Hop Act.

In the Best Female category she is up against Flo, Jorja Smith, Mahalia, Pinkpatheress and Raye.

Simz won big at last year’s ceremony in London, taking Album of the Year in a joint win with Knucks, which saw a tie for the first time in MOBO history.

Elsewhere, grime superstar Stormzy is nominated for Best Male Act, Album of The Year, Song of The Year, Video of The Year.

She posed confidently as she graced the red carpet with her Love Island boyfriend, Dami, 27, who put on a very cool display as he turned heads in a brilliant-white crisp suit

She posed confidently as she graced the red carpet with her Love Island boyfriend, Dami, 27, who put on a very cool display as he turned heads in a brilliant-white crisp suit

The statement ensemble featured a double-breasted white blazer paired with very wide bootcut trousers which pooled over his black shoes

The statement ensemble featured a double-breasted white blazer paired with very wide bootcut trousers which pooled over his black shoes

The widely celebrated MC has won six MOBO Awards in his career, and was the first ever recipient of Best Grime Act when the category was introduced in 2014.

He is battling it out against Central Cee, Dave, D-Block Europe, J Hus, and Nines.

Following closely behind with three nominations each are Central Cee, J Hus, PinkPantheress and Raye. 

Central Cee is up for Best Male Act, Song of The Year (supported by BBC Radio 1xtra) and Best Drill Act.

J Hus, the London rapper who has had a career defining year with the release of his third album Beautiful and Brutal Yard, also has three nominations; Best Male Act, Album of The Year and Song of The Year (supported by BBC Radio 1xtra). 

Up for the coveted Album Of The Year are Central Cee & Dave’s Sprinter, Who Told You from J Hus. feat Drake, Little Things by Jorja Smith, Boys A Liar Pt. 2 by Pinkpantheress and Ice Spice, Escapism by Raye & 070 Shake, and Stormzy’s Hide and Seek.

MOBO Founder Kanya King CBE said: ‘We are proud to champion this year’s incredible lineup of nominees for the 26th MOBO Awards, who have all brought stellar music and content to our attention through their remarkable work in music, film, TV, online and more. 

Stormzy and Little Simz received the most nods at the 2024 MOBO Awards, when the full shortlist was revealed in December

Stormzy and Little Simz received the most nods at the 2024 MOBO Awards, when the full shortlist was revealed in December

Acclaimed rapper Little Simz landed nods for Best Female Act, Album of the Year, Video of The Year and Best Hip Hop Act

Acclaimed rapper Little Simz landed nods for Best Female Act, Album of the Year, Video of The Year and Best Hip Hop Act

Following closely behind with three nominations each are Central Cee, J Hus, PinkPantheress and Raye (pictured)

Following closely behind with three nominations each are Central Cee, J Hus, PinkPantheress and Raye (pictured)

‘Since 1996, we’ve celebrated Black music and culture, breaking new ground and leading the way, seeing MOBO evolve and innovate to champion outstanding talent beyond music. 

‘This year’s nominees not only represent the best of their genre and artform and an incredible year of music, but also continue our dedication to sustaining an inclusive ecosystem where diverse talent is both recognised and empowered to thrive. 

‘With the advancement of our MOBO UnSung talent programme and career development platform MOBOLISE, we are ready and excited to take our pioneer status to the next level, to celebrate and recognise the vast contributions of trailblazing musicians and cultural heroes, in a way that only MOBO can. See you on February 7th!’

With preparations underway for showstopping live music performances, there will also be special honours.

Performances from Soul II Soul, Ghetts, Sugababes, DJ Spoony, Cristale, and Byron M will entertain guests during the ceremony.

As well as the existing Paving The Way and Lifetime Achievement Award, MOBO will also introduce the MOBO Impact and MOBO Pioneer Award.

The 26th MOBO Awards: Access All Areas special, hosted by DJ Target, airs this Friday 9 February on BBC One, 11.30PM. 

2024 MOBO Awards Nominations

BEST MALE ACT

CENTRAL CEE

DAVE

D-BLOCK EUROPE

J HUS

NINES

STORMZY

BEST FEMALE ACT IN ASSOCIATION WITH SHEA MOISTURE

FLO

JORJA SMITH

LITTLE SIMZ

MAHALIA

PINKPANTHERESS

RAYE

ALBUM OF THE YEAR

EZRA COLLECTIVE – WHERE I’M MEANT TO BE

J HUS – BEAUTIFUL AND BRUTAL YARD

LITTLE SIMZ – NO THANK YOU

POTTER PAYPER – REAL BACK IN STYLE

RAYE – MY 21ST CENTURY BLUES

STORMZY – THIS IS WHAT I MEAN

SONG OF THE YEAR SUPPORTED BY BBC RADIO 1XTRA

CENTRAL CEE & DAVE – ‘SPRINTER’

J HUS FEAT. DRAKE – ‘WHO TOLD YOU’

JORJA SMITH – ‘LITTLE THINGS’

PINKPANTHERESS & ICE SPICE – ‘BOYS A LIAR PT.2’

RAYE & 070 SHAKE – ‘ESCAPISM’

STORMZY – ‘HIDE & SEEK’

BEST NEWCOMER 

AMA LOU

ANTSLIVE

DEBBIE

JAYO

NIPPA

NO GUIDNCE

RIMZEE

STRANDZ

TAMERA

TUNDE

VIDEO OF THE YEAR

ANTSLIVE – ‘NUMBER ONE CANDIDATE’ (DIRECTED BY TOM EMMERSON)

ENNY – ‘NO MORE NAIJA MEN’ (DIRECTED BY OTIS DOMINIQUE)

JORDS – ‘DIRT IN THE DIAMOND EP1: MOBAY FEAT. TAY IWAR / STAY CLOSE FEAT. KRANIUM’ (DIRECTED BY RENEE MARIA OSUBU)

LITTLE SIMZ – ‘GORILLA’ (DIRECTED BY DAVE MEYERS)

STORMZY – ‘MEL MADE ME DO IT’ (DIRECTED BY KLVDR)

TION WAYNE – ‘HEALING’ (DIRECTED BY WOWA)

BEST R&B/SOUL ACT

BELLAH

JAZ KARIS

MAHALIA

RAGZ ORIGINALE

SAMPHA

SAULT

BEST HIP HOP ACT

AVELINO

CLAVISH

DIGGA D

ENNY

FREDO

GIGGS

LITTLE SIMZ

LOYLE CARNER

NINES

POTTER PAYPER

BEST GRIME ACT

BUGZY MALONE

DUPPY

FLOWDAN

MANGA SAINT HILARE

NOVELIST

P MONEY

BEST DRILL ACT SUPPORTED BY TRENCH

CENTRAL CEE

HEADIE ONE

K-TRAP

KWENGFACE

M24

RUSS MILLIONS

TEEZANDOS

UNKNOWN T

BEST INTERNATIONAL ACT (US)

DOJA CAT

DRAKE & 21 SAVAGE

TRAVIS SCOTT

ICE SPICE

LATTO

LIL UZI VERT

NICKI MINAJ

SEXYY RED

SZA

VICTORIA MONET

BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TV SHOW/FILM

ADJANI SALMON AS KWABENA – DREAMING WHILST BLACK

DAMSON IDRIS AS FRANKLIN SAINT – SNOWFALL

DÉJA J. BOWENS AS VITA – CHAMPION

IDRIS ELBA AS SAM – HIJACK

INDIA AMARTEIFIO AS QUEEN CHARLOTTE – QUEEN CHARLOTTE: A BRIDGERTON STORY

JOHN BOYEGA AS FONTAINE – THEY CLONED TYRONE

LASHANA LYNCH AS IZOGIE – THE WOMAN KING

LETITIA WRIGHT AS SHURI – BLACK PANTHER: WAKANDA FOREVER

MALCOLM KAMULETE AS BOSCO – CHAMPION

VIVIAN OPARAH AS YAS – RYE LANE

BEST MEDIA PERSONALITY

ALISON HAMMOND

AMELIA DIMOLDENBERG

HENRIE KWUSHUE

MADAME JOYCE

MAYA JAMA

PRESSED PODCAST

REMI BURGZ

SHXTSNGIGS

SPECS GONZALEZ

ZEZE MILLZ

BEST AFRICAN MUSIC ACT IN ASSOCIATION WITH LOCO MUSIC

ADEKUNLE GOLD (NIGERIA)

ASAKE (NIGERIA)

AYRA STARR (NIGERIA)

BURNA BOY (NIGERIA)

DAVIDO (NIGERIA)

LIBIANCA (CAMEROON)

REMA (NIGERIA)

TYLA (SOUTH AFRICA)

UNCLE WAFFLES (ESWATINI)

WIZKID (NIGERIA)

BEST CARIBBEAN MUSIC ACT

BYRON MESSIA

DESTRA

KABAKA PYRAMID

POPCAAN

SHENSEEA

VALIANT

BEST JAZZ ACT SUPPORTED BY JAZZ FM

BLUE LAB BEATS (UK)

CKTRL (UK)

EZRA COLLECTIVE (UK)

MASEGO (US)

REUBEN JAMES (UK)

YAZMIN LACEY (UK)

BEST ALTERNATIVE MUSIC ACT IN ASSOCIATION WITH MARSHALL

ALT BLK ERA

ARLO PARKS

DEIJUVHS

KID BOOKIE

SKINDRED

YOUNG FATHERS

BEST ELECTRONIC/DANCE ACT SUPPORTED BY BEMA & MIXMAG

ALUNA

NIA ARCHIVES

PINKPANTHERESS

SALUTE

SHYGIRL

TSHA

BEST PRODUCER SUPPORTED BY COMPLEX UK

INFLO

KYLE EVANS

M1ONTHEBEAT

P2J

STEEL BANGLEZ

TSB

BEST GOSPEL ACT SUPPORTED BY PREMIER GOSPEL

ANNATORIA (UK)

CALLEDOUT MUSIC (UK)

GUVNA B (UK)

LIMOBLAZE (NIGERIA)

TOFUNMI ADORNA (UK)

TRIPLE O (UK)

 

 

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