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Charli XCX looks chic in a black dress with side split

Charli XCX cuts a chic figure as she steps out in a black dress with side split and matching knee-high boots with edgy silver studs

Charli XCX cut a chic figure as she left the BBC Radio 1 studios at Broadcasting House in London on Thursday.

The singer, 30, opted for an all-black ensemble, wearing a dress with a side split which finished below the knee.

She wore a pair of matching high-heeled boots to add a few inches to her stature, with her edgy footwear featuring some silver studs. 

In style: Charli XCX, 30, cut a chic figure as she left the BBC Radio 1 studios at Broadcasting House in London on Thursday

The pop star wore a long black coat which she wore unbuttoned as she walked and headed to her vehicle to travel off for her next appointment.

Charli accessorised with a pair of hoop earrings and wore lashings of make-up to highlight her pretty features.

It comes after Charli said stars have to do ‘a deal with the devil’ in order to be famous.  

Fashion focus: The singer opted for an all-black ensemble, wearing a dress with a side split which finished below the knee

Fashion focus: The singer opted for an all-black ensemble, wearing a dress with a side split which finished below the knee

Fashion forward: She wore a pair of matching high-heeled boots to add a few inches to her stature, with her edgy footwear featuring some silver studs

Fashion forward: She wore a pair of matching high-heeled boots to add a few inches to her stature, with her edgy footwear featuring some silver studs

Fashion forward: She wore a pair of matching high-heeled boots to add a few inches to her stature, with her edgy footwear featuring some silver studs

Completing the look: The pop star wore a long black coat which she wore unbuttoned as she walked and headed to her vehicle to travel off for her next appointment

Completing the look: The pop star wore a long black coat which she wore unbuttoned as she walked and headed to her vehicle to travel off for her next appointment

The Used To Know Me singer – who put on a leggy display in a neon green dress in Los Angeles recently – admitted that becoming a pop star means you have to sacrifice your soul and be prepared to ‘run people over’ to achieve superstardom.

Speaking to NME, she pondered: ‘To be famous – a stratospheric level of famous – you have to f****** want that s*** to happen to you, and you have to do the deal with the devil.’

Speaking about playing the mainstream game on her last LP Crash, Charli added: ‘You have to f****** go there and run people over. 

Accessorising: Charli accessorised with a pair of hoop earrings and wore lashings of make-up to highlight her pretty features

Accessorising: Charli accessorised with a pair of hoop earrings and wore lashings of make-up to highlight her pretty features

‘I’m not saying it’s a negative thing, it’s not, but I think with Crash I definitely wanted to play that game. 

‘But I think because of who I am, and the artist that I am and the reference points that I have and the world that I come from, it’s like … there’s just this part of my brain that doesn’t want to function like that.’  

The Boom Clap hitmaker didn’t go into the project with the aim of selling out.

She added: ‘I don’t think I was ever like, “I’m going to sell out the mainstream, but I’m going to do it my way”. 

‘I was like, “I want to sell out and be mainstream,”‘

Bold words: It comes after the singer admitted that becoming a pop star means you have to sacrifice your soul and be prepared to 'run people over' to achieve superstardom

Bold words: It comes after the singer admitted that becoming a pop star means you have to sacrifice your soul and be prepared to ‘run people over’ to achieve superstardom

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