Blues sisters: Heidi Range, Nancy Dell'Olio and Lizzie Cundy wear similar hues in different styles at the opening night of The Commitments
They may have very different styles but Heidi Range, Nancy Dell’Olio and Lizzie Cundy chose similar hues when they attended the opening night for The Commitments in London’s West End on Tuesday.
The stars all opted for blue outfits, with former Sugarbabes singer Heidi Range, 30, wearing a pair of cobalt blue trousers.
She teamed the floor-length trousers with a black crop top which showed off her taut stomach.
Feeling blue: Heidi Range wears colourful trousers to the opening night of The Commitments in London's West End
Bright smile: Heidi Range's mood seemed to match her colourful trousers
The singer wore her long blonde hair loose and added some bright blue drop earrings to complete her look.
TV personality Nancy Dell’Olio meanwhile wore a darker shade of blue, teaming a tile-patterned wool minidress with a leather jacket draped over her shoulders.
The 52-year-old wore her raven-black hair tied back while she added some gothic-style jewellery in the form of a cuff bracelet, statement ring and drop earrings.
Sultry: Nancy Dell'Olio teams a patterned blue dress with boots and a leather jacket
Italian style: Nancy Dell'Olio looked smart in a blue dress with black leather accessories and long black boots
WAGS World presenter Lizzie Cundy, 45, went for a figure-hugging, one-shouldered, bright blue dress.
The frock, which featured a ruched effect and a sexy split at the knee, was teamed with towering silver heels and a shimmering handbag.
She wore her glossy brunette locks loose and wore understated makeup, adding an extra touch of colour with red nail polish.
Stunning: Lizzie Cundy wears a blue ruched dress with a shimmering bag and shoes
The musical adaptation of Roddy Doyle’s novel The Commitments premiered at London’s Palace theatre.
The show is set in Dublin in the 1980s and tells the story of a band manager, Jimmy Rabbitte and a group of aspiring musicians who get together in the hope of forming a band.
Jimmy wants to manage the world’s greatest soul band and holds auditions at his parents’ house in the hope of discovering the next soul idols, who he names The Commitments.
It is hoped the musical will achieve the same success as the 1991 film adaptation, which was voted ‘the best Irish film of all time’ in a 2005 poll and won BAFTAS including Best Film and Best Director.
Star-studded: Celebrities at the event included Gaby Roslin, Vanessa Feltz and her partner, Phats and Small singer Ben Ofoedu
Looking good: X Factor star Katie Waissel wore a leather pencil skirt and a black top to the event
Monochrome magic: The X Factor's Amelia Lily wore a black and white minidress to the musical's opening night
Covering-up: Made in Chelsea's Cheska Hull wears a fur wrap, which she matched with a feather earring
Svelte: A slimline Lenny Henry looks dapper in his suit at The Commitments
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