They go head-to-head in the style stakes every week on The X Factor.
Nicole Scherzinger stole the fashion crown at last night's Pride of Britain Awards 2012, beating rival Tulisa with her stunning red-carpet choice.
The former Pussycat Doll wowed the crowds as she arrived at London's Grosvenor House for the event, stepping out in a daring, floor-sweeping black gown with a cut-out bodice.
Following the current trend for daring thigh-high split gowns, Nicole showed off her enviable figure to perfection in the dress - which consisted of a lacy, cut-out bodice down to her waist and a flowing skirt.
Teaming her look with black and gold strapped stilettos, the X Factor judge wore her locks pulled back in a chic ponytail and accessorised with a simple pair of gold hooped earrings.
The ensemble was of stark contrast to Tulisa's relatively safe choice of an emerald green and black party dress, which featured a caged bodice and empire line waist.
The Young singer arrived arm-in-arm with fellow judge Louis Walsh for the event, braving the elements alongside the star-studded guest-list - which included a mix of British TV and sporting talent.
Also making the Best Dressed List on the night was another reality TV favourite, Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden.
Hitting the red-carpet in a Grecian-inspired one shouldered metallic gown, Amanda opted for an old-Hollywood glam look by adding loosely-curled locks and a flash of red lipstick.
Myleene Klass followed closely behind in a shimmering gold and cream fishtail gown, which highlighted her lithe figure.
And it seems the trend for racy thigh-high splits didn't stop with Nicole, as Tess Daly also debuted the look in her glitzy black style.
The Strictly host turned heads in her frock, which was more weather-appropriate thanks to the long, sequin-encrusted sleeves and keyhole cut-out at the bust.
Twitter now. The Daily Mirror's Pride of Britain Awards, sponsored by Lidl, will be screened tonight at 8pm on ITV1.
The Daily Mirror's Pride of Britain Awards, sponsored by Lidl, will be screened tonight at 8pm on ITV1.