NME Awards: Gabby Allen cosies up to Marcel Somerville

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    They threw shade at rival Love Island couple Jess Shears and Dom Lever for their mock marriage live on Good Morning Britain on Valentine’s Day.

    Keen to show they were the couple with the mostest, Gabby Allen and Marcel Somerville put on a cosy display at the NME Awards 2018, in London on Wednesday.

    The personal trainer, 26, showcased her gravity-defying cleavage in a plunging dress when she headed out to the event on the arm of her dapper Love Island beau. 31.

    Pin-credible couple: Busty Gabby Allen cosied up to beau Marcel Somerville at NME Awards, in London on Wednesday after poking fun at Jess Shears and Dom Lever’s mock marriage

    Gabby proved she was completely smitten with her Blazin’ Squad lover as she found it hard to take her eyes off him on the Brixton Academy red carpet.

    The golden-haired reality star dressed to catch her beau’s eye in a simple evening dress which grazed her thigh to give a good glimmer at her gym-honed pins.

    Fitness guru Gabby wore her shoulder-length tresses in a poker straight fashion and touched up her features with deftly brushes of make-up. 

    Leggy lady: The personal trainer, 26, showcased her gravity-defying cleavage in a plunging dress when she headed out to the event

    Leggy lady: The personal trainer, 26, showcased her gravity-defying cleavage in a plunging dress when she headed out to the event

    Marcel wasn’t afraid of wearing his heart on his sleeve and dishing out advice to their housemates in the Love Island villa, which got him the nickname Dr. Marcel.

    So it really comes as no surprise the hunky musician showed off his quirky sense of fashion in a scarlet and gold striped bomber jacket at the glitzy event.

    The couple, who held hands throughout their time on the red carpet, were joined by the great and the good of the showbiz world.

    Pin-credible looks: The golden-haired reality star dressed to catch her beau's eye in a simple evening dress which grazed her thigh to give a good glimmer at her gym-honed pins

    Pin-credible looks: The golden-haired reality star dressed to catch her beau’s eye in a simple evening dress which grazed her thigh to give a good glimmer at her gym-honed pins

    Professor Green had his latest girlfriend on his arm, while Liam Gallagher rocked up to the star-studded occasion with enviable confidence. 

    Earlier on Wednesday, Gabby and Marcel made a televised appearance where they poked fun at the rival Love Island couple’s mock wedding.

    Jess and Dom pretended to get married in a playful ceremony in their underwear during an eye-popping stint on Good Morning Britain to celebrate the season of love.

    Look of Love (Island): Gabby proved she was completely smitten with her Blazin' Squad lover as she found it hard to take her eyes off him on the Brixton Academy red carpet

    Look of Love (Island): Gabby proved she was completely smitten with her Blazin’ Squad lover as she found it hard to take her eyes off him on the Brixton Academy red carpet

    Marcel left viewers in stitches when he gave a deadpan response after being probed about whether he was going to tie the knot with Gabby soon.

    The Blazin’ Squad star looked confused and asked: ‘I believe one of the other couples got married today?’   

    Looking disinterested, he continued: ‘Wasn’t it er…. Jess and Dom?’ As, Gabby jumped in to quip: ‘Now we need a different date!’

    Social media was awash with the hilarious fallout from Marcel’s reaction as the viewers at home were quick to point out the couple were throwing shade at them.  

    Good company: The couple, who held hands throughout their time on the red carpet, were joined by the great and the good of the showbiz world including Liam Gallagher (pictured)

    Good company: The couple, who held hands throughout their time on the red carpet, were joined by the great and the good of the showbiz world including Liam Gallagher (pictured)

    Amused fans wrote: ‘Gabby and marcel throwing shade at jess and Dom #ThisMorning’; ‘Got a feeling that Marcel would’ve proposed to Gabby today on #thismorning if Dom and Jess hadn’t done their pathetic wedding on #GMB’; ‘Eamon has me howling ‘Steph and dom got married today who?!’ Phahaha #ThisMorning’.

    Elsewhere, the Love Island sweethearts paid tribute to one another on social media as they penned heartfelt messages to convey their overflowing feelings.

    Marcel wrote: ‘Happy Valentines Baby!!! 8 months in and still going strong!!! I dont need to remind you i love you today coz you most definitely all ready know, coz you hear it pretty much everyday. 

    Awkward: Earlier on Wednesday, Gabby and Marcel made a televised appearance where they poked fun at the rival Love Island couple Jess Shears and Dom Lever's mock wedding

    Awkward: Earlier on Wednesday, Gabby and Marcel made a televised appearance where they poked fun at the rival Love Island couple Jess Shears and Dom Lever’s mock wedding

    ‘I feel like valentines day should be used to reflect on all the moments and reasons that make you love that someone special. 

    ‘So heres a couple pics that take me back to some of the Sparks we had between us…’ (sic)

    Gabby added: ‘Happy Valentines Day you lovely lot ❤️✨ I couldn’t be happier to spending it with this one ✨❤️.’ (sic)

    NME AWARDS 2018: THE WINNERS

    Godlike Genius Award – Liam Gallagher

    Best International Band – Haim

    Best British Band supported by Zig-Zag – Alt-J 

    Best New Artist supported by Vans – Stefflon Don

    Best Live Artist supported by Nikon – Kasabian 

    Best Track – Boys (Charli XCX)

    Best Mixtape supported by Bulldog Gin – Avelino, No Bulls**t

    Best Album supported by Orange Amplification – J Hus, Common Sense

    Best Collaboration supported by V05 – I Know You (Craig David and Bastille) 

    Best Festival – Glastonbury

    Best Festival Headliner supported by Anna Valley – Muse

    Music Moment of The Year – One Love Manchester

    Best International Solo Artist – Lorde

    Best Film supported by Zig-Zag – Baby Driver

    Best Music Video supported by Princess Yachts – The Big Moon, Sucker 

    Best Book – Wiley, Eskiboy

    Best TV Show – Stranger Things 2

    Best Reissue – Radiohead, OK Not OK

    Best Small Festival – Festival Number 6 

    Best Music Film – Gaga: Five Foot Two

    Hero Of The Year – Ariana Grande

    Villain Of The Year – Piers Morgan 

    Innovation Award – Boy Better Know

    Best British Solo Artist – Loyle Carner

    Under the Radar – Pale Waves 

    Icon Award –  Shirley Manson  

     

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