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Stars arrive at the MOBO Awards in Rolls-Royce style

From the moment exactly 50 years ago when The Beatles effortlessly swept down The Mall in John Lennon’s Phantom V, en route to collecting their MBEs at Buckingham Palace, a special relationship between Rolls-Royce Motor Cars and globally recognised music stars has endured.

This special relationship hit the headlines once again last night as some of the biggest names in music arrived on the red carpet in the ultimate style for the 2015 MOBO Awards at Leeds First Direct Arena.

Ciaran McCrickard Photography - The 2015 Mobo Awards, First Direct Arena, Leeds - Grime artist Stormzy arrives at the MOBO Awards in a Phantom coutesty of Rolls-Royce
Ciaran McCrickard Photography – The 2015 Mobo Awards, First Direct Arena, Leeds – Grime artist Stormzy arrives at the MOBO Awards in a Phantom coutesty of Rolls-Royce

Winner of Best Male Act and Best Grime Act; Stormzy, producer and performer Naughty Boy, singer songwriter Corinne Bailey Rae and soul singer Lianne Le Havas all stepped unruffled from their Bespoke Rolls-Royce Phantoms to attend the Awards.

04/11/2015 - Ciaran McCrickard Photography - The 2015 Mobo Awards, First Direct Arena, Leeds - Artist Lianne La Havas arrives at the MOBO Awards in a Phantom coutesty of Rolls-Royce
04/11/2015 – Ciaran McCrickard Photography – The 2015 Mobo Awards, First Direct Arena, Leeds – Artist Lianne La Havas arrives at the MOBO Awards in a Phantom coutesty of Rolls-Royce

Great British Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain also took the opportunity to arrive in the finest style to the glittering ceremony.

04/11/2015 - Ciaran McCrickard Photography - The 2015 Mobo Awards, First Direct Arena, Leeds - Great British Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain arrives at the MOBO Awards in a Phantom coutesty of Rolls-Royce
Ciaran McCrickard Photography – The 2015 Mobo Awards, First Direct Arena, Leeds – Great British Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain arrives at the MOBO Awards in a Phantom coutesty of Rolls-Royce

“The MOBOs recognise and celebrate the craft that goes into creating the music that ensures the UK’s position as the most vibrant creative centre in the world,” said Kanya King MBE, founder of the MOBO Awards. “In the same spirit, a Rolls-Royce affords our stars the ultimate red carpet arrival by expressing the very best in contemporary British design, craftsmanship and style. We were delighted that Rolls-Royce Motor Cars agreed to be our partner for the event.”

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