Due Date premiered in London
The girl group – Esther Campbell, Geneva Lane, Sophia Wardman and Rebecca Creighton – made the most of their time in the spotlight by adding some glamour to the premiere of Robert Downey Jr’s new movie Due Date in London.
While Geneva showed off her long legs in a tiny sequinned dress, Esther opted for a black jumpsuit, Rebecca Creighton went for a bright blue dress and Sophia Wardman proved her style credentials in a white dress, boots and patterned socks.
And while their time on the X Factor might be up, Belle Amie have no intention of disappearing now they are no longer on the reality show.
Geneva, 20, explained: ‘We want to keep ourselves busy, we don’t want to fade. We hope to progress and become stronger.
‘We are definitely staying together and are going to move in together at some point, we’re looking already.
‘We want to experiment and really find ourselves, because we still feel that we need to find our identity, so this is going to be good for us.’
And Belle Amie weren’t the only casualties of this year’s X Factor to make an appearance at the London premiere.
Niccolo Festa, who was the first act voted off the current series, and Louis Walsh’s act John Adeleye, who fell victim to the second week of live shows, attended with their dates.
Due Date tells the story of a father-to-be (played by Downey Jr), who is forced to go on a road trip with an eccentric aspiring actor (played by Zach Galifianakis) in order to be with his wife (Michelle Monaghan) when she gives birth to their first baby.
Downey Jr attended the premiere with his wife Susan Downey, who produced the film, who looked stunning in an elegant red asymmetric dress.
And Galifianakis, who shot to fame through his role in The Hangover, went for casual style in cord trousers and a beanie hat as he posed at the event.
Talking about the film recently, Downey Jr said it is the ‘second greatest’ movie he has ever starred in, adding: ‘That’s largely due to Zach Galifianakis, who is crazy good in every scene, and Todd Phillips, who is just one of the great American directors.
‘I guarantee you’re going to love it – I went to the last screening and people were literally saying ‘Oh my god, It’s gotta stop – my face hurts!