Katherine Jenkins wore two elegant outfits to celebrate her 50th performance in the Royal Albert Hall. She was joined by Sir Cliff Richard and Andy Serkis for the occasion.
The 42-year old opera singer wore a glittering white gown to one segment of her show, Christmas With Katherine.
She Later, she changed into a off-the-shoulder red gown with puff sleeves for her concert at the Royal Albert Hall.
Glamourous: She Later, she changed into a red ball gown with puffed sleeves and an off-the shoulder red ball dress for her concert at Christmas at the Royal Albert Hall.
Both her frocks were cinched at the waist and tumbled to the floor in beautiful ballgown fashion.
Andrew Levitas, 45 is a married mezzo-soprano. She wore her golden locks in a side parteing.
Her She let her hair fall into loose waves and kept her makeup simple.
Katherine chose to use golden eyeshadow and a touch of pale pink lipstick. She accessorized with gorgeous dangling silver earrings.
Effortless: The opera singer, 42, donned a glittering white gown. She She was at the Royal Albert Hall for her 50th concert there and performed with Sir Cliff Richard.
Embrace: Sir Cliff Richard, 82 was given a hug by the opera singer before they went out last night.
Duo: Sir Cliff & Katherine sang some of his most popular songs, including Saviour’s day, live on stage to the delight of the enthusiastic fans.
Singers: The two smiled as they performed at the Royal Albert Hall on Thursday night as part the festive evening
The star, 42 years old, sang holiday favorites including Joy to the Choir WorldI Wish You Christmas and White Christmas.
Katherine later hugged Sir Cliff, 82 and smiled before they duetted a few of his classics, including Saviour’s day.
The 82 year-old singer wore a black jacket and glittery tie paired with dark trousers.
She Andy Serkis, age 58, was also seen smiling while she played the saxophone.
Actor 58 wore a shiny jacket, black shirt, and red tie to the event.
Grins: Sir Cliff and Katherine celebrated her 50th concert at The Royal Albert Hall
Laughs: The 42 year-old smiled as her eyes scanned the audience last night, while Sir Cliff sang
The concert featured the opera singer, as well as the London Concert Orchestra (London Philharmonic Choir) and the London Concert Orchestra (London).
She Since 2004, he has been singing at The Royal Albert Hall. He has since released 13 albums, won two Classical Brit Awards, and has also performed at the Royal Albert Hall.
Her The Christmas celebration took place at the venue just days after she and her husband attended the 10th annual Tusk Conservation Awards.
Friends: Andy Serkis, 58 was a special guest and performed last night for Katherine.
Saxophone – Andy, an English actor, director, and producer, accompanied Katherine with the London Concert Orchestra.
She wore a powder blue tulle ball dress for the event at Hampton Court Palace.
Katherine wore her blonde hair in a part down the centre of her back. She also wore makeup that included a winged eye, a glossy pink lip and a glossy pink lipstick.
The 42-year old singer has a connection to the Royal Family as she was chosen to record the first version the new national anthem, God save the King.
Praise: Andy’s saxophone skills were appreciated by the 42-year-old.
After receiving the news, the 42-year-old Welsh opera singer revealed to Susanna Reid (Good Morning Britain) and Ben Shepherd that she was actually recording something for Queen Elizabeth II. Her Majesty died in 1996 at the young age of 96.
“At first, we stopped what were doing. She stated, “We had a brief moment of silence.”
From BBC Radio 4 called Katherine to ask her to close a small church in rural Sussex. World One program with God save the King
Katherine, who was a favorite singer of the Queen and has performed for the Royal Family many times, said that she had’really think about’ the lyrics. These lyrics have been modified to reflect King Charles II.
Date night: The mezzo-soprano, 42, stepped out at the event with her artist and director husband Andrew Levitas, 45