Frankie Bridge cut a glamorous figure in a beige dress as she left the Apollo Theater after her final performance at 2:22 A Ghost Story on Thursday night.
The Saturday singer, 34, who took over the West End role from Sophia Bush, looked incredible in the form-fitting strapless ribbed midi dress.
She added inches to her body in a pair of tan flip-flop sandals and carried her belongings around in a matching large woven handbag.
The beauty seemed in high spirits as she showed off her gorgeous smile as she stepped out of the stage door and posed for photos with fans.
It comes after Frankie earned a thunderous reception last Wednesday when she took the stage for a gala evening performance of the play.
Stunning: Frankie Bridge showed off her sensational figure in a beige dress as she left the Apollo Theater after her final performance in 2:22 A Ghost Story on Thursday night
Looking good: Saturday’s singer, 34, who took over the role from Sophia Bush, looked incredible in the form-fitting strapless ribbed midi dress
Frankie appears in the play opposite Jaime Winston, who stars as Jenny, until the end of its run on September 17.
She donned a chic mustard suit for the role of Lauren after making her debut in the spooky play on Friday.
And while several stars were on hand for the glitzy gala evening, Frankie’s husband Wayne missed the show and was instead seen heading to a Liam Gallagher gig in Camden Town.
After the show, both Frankie and Jaime changed into a glamorous look for the play’s after party.
The singer wore a tight black top with a dramatic black satin skirt as she posed for snaps with Jaime and co-stars Ricky Champ and Clifford Samuel.
Jaime was also a glamorous figure in a striking red bow jumpsuit as she headed to the post-show party.
Frankie received huge praise from fans for her West End debut last week as they were very impressed with her performance.
After her first performance, a fan took to Twitter to write: “Watched 2:22 A Ghost Story last night and it was awesome! I was disappointed that Sophia Bush wasn’t in it because she was ill, but Frankie Bridge was an excellent substitute. Strongly recommended.’
Stunning: She added inches to her body in a pair of brown heeled slippers and carried her belongings around in a matching large woven handbag
Stylish: The Loose Women panelist added a splash of color to the look with a bold red manicure
Glamorous: Frankie styled her short locks in loose waves and applied a radiant makeup palette for her exit
selfie! The mother-of-two was all smiles as she happily stopped and posed for photos with fans
Looking good: Earlier in the day, Frankie looked typically classy in a black and white ensemble when she appeared on the Zoe Ball breakfast show
Stunning: She wowed in a deep black cardigan and matching pants, paired with white heels
Others praised the “fantastic” performance, in which she plays the tormented protagonist Laura, Jenny’s girlfriend, who attends a dinner party at her house.
A devoted follower took to Instagram to write: “Met Frankie after the show tonight. Frank did a fantastic job for her West End debut! I’ve been supporting since the S Club/The Saturdays days in the early 2000’s…
“I’m so proud of her and can’t wait to see the show a few more times. I already booked the last day for both shows. Thank you for stopping and signing my program. Be devastated, Frank!!’
Frankie replaced One Tree Hill actress Sophia in the role, after she was forced to cut short her planned stint following a hospitalization.
Sophia has been suffering from an illness since she became unwell in June and has flown home to the US for medical treatment on the advice of doctors.
Upon joining the cast, Frankie shared the news on her Instagram and posted the promotional photos as she gushed, “I’ve loved 2:22 A Ghost Story since I first saw it, so landing the role of Lauren is a total dream come true. .
“Never one to do things half way, it’s an honor to make my West End debut with such a smart, exciting production and I couldn’t be more delighted to be joining the cast who have already made me feel that I’m part of the family.’
She added in an official statement: ‘Lauren is a joy to play with so many layers and emotions to explore. I can’t wait for you to meet her!’
Stellar: It comes after Frankie (R) earned a thunderous reception when she took the stage alongside co-star Jaime Winstone (L) for a gala evening performance of the play last Wednesday