Kim Wilde, 60, looks stunning in a busty corset as she takes the stage in Liverpool

She became a music icon after releasing the hit Kids In America in 1981.

And Kim Wilde looked absolutely sensational as she entertained the crowd at Let’s Rock in Liverpool on Saturday.

The singer, 60, hisses in a busty corset that she wore over a semi-sheer top with fun leather sleeves and tight jeans to accentuate her enviably toned figure.

WOW! Kim Wilde, 60, looked sensational rocking a busty corset and tight jeans as she entertained the crowd on Saturday night at Let’s Rock in Liverpool

Kim couldn’t stop smiling while performing her set as the star dominated the stage as she walked around in her sizzling ensemble.

The blonde emphasized her figure in black skinny jeans and added some extra height to her frame with a pair of chunky heeled boots.

She added a pop of color by donning red fingerless gloves and incorporating a touch of rouge into her corset top with leather sleeves and fringes.

Incredible: The singer couldn't stop smiling as she performed her set and showed off her phenomenal figure

Incredible: The singer couldn’t stop smiling as she performed her set and showed off her phenomenal figure

Throwback: Kim (pictured in 1985) became a music icon after storming the charts in 1981 with the hit Kids In America

Throwback: Kim (pictured in 1985) became a music icon after storming the charts in 1981 with the hit Kids In America

Always someone who looked her best, Kim completed her look with a slick sexy red lipstick and wore her platinum locks down.

Kim rose to fame with her hit song Kids In America in 1981, where the international anthem was the work of her brother Ricky and father, original British rock ‘n’ roller Marty Wilde, and at one point was shifting 60,000 copies a day.

She had seven more UK Top Ten singles, but never a number one, but her reworking of the Motown classic You Keep Me Hangin’ On, which topped the US Billboard chart in 1986.

In the zone: She emphasized her figure in skinny jeans and added a rocker twist with studded sleeves

Star: Kim is pictured performing in Bristol in 1982

In the zone: She emphasized her figure in black skinny jeans and added a rocker twist with some polka-dot sleeves (performing left, Saturday and right in Bristol in 1982)

Sing along!  Kim beamed a smile as she held out the microphone to the adoring crowd

Sing along! Kim beamed a smile as she held out the microphone to the adoring crowd

Very cool: she also wore a fantastic personalized hat with her age and last name on the front

Very cool: she also wore a fantastic personalized hat with her age and last name on the front

Talking about missing out in the UK last year, but achieving the US triumph, she said: ‘Although having a No. 1 in America almost made up for that,’

She has sold over 30 million records and won hearts for her stunning looks – something she was very proud of.

She said: ‘I am very grateful to have my mother’s beautiful nose and my father’s fantastic mouth,’ but revealed that she was bullied for her ‘Mick Jagger lips’.

She continued about her figure: ‘I had long legs and they went well with jeans. I knew how to wear jeans, that’s for sure.’

Rocking out: Kim looked like the star every inch as she performed her hits and hung out with the guitarist

Rocking out: Kim looked like the star every inch as she performed her hits and hung out with the guitarist

In 1987, Michael Jackson invited Kim to join him on his Bad tour, opening 33 shows in Europe and the UK. She observed a superstar alone in his own universe.

She said: “He was an elusive character back then and kept himself to himself. We never sat down and chatted. We had a publicity photo taken together and that was the longest we spent together.

‘I’ve met a lot of very famous people – I grew up with a very famous person in the house, my father was the Robbie Williams of his day! – so fame doesn’t bother me at all…

“But Michael Jackson was by far the most enigmatic character I’ve ever encountered. He was in another world, whatever that was.’

Two years after the tour, her own world came crashing down the day after her 30th birthday, when it dawned on her that her time as a pop phenomenon might be over.

Star-studded lineup: Band Sister Sledge also took the stage, and they all looked fantastic in coordinated black and silver ensembles

Star-studded lineup: Band Sister Sledge also took the stage, and they all looked fantastic in coordinated black and silver ensembles

Achievements: Toyah Willcox, 63, whose '80s songs include I Want To Be Free and Thunder In The Mountains, were also on the impressive lineup

Achievements: Toyah Willcox, 63, whose ’80s songs include I Want To Be Free and Thunder In The Mountains, were also on the impressive lineup

“I felt really lost,” she says, “like I locked myself in. My inclination was to shut down. The fact that the success I had had, which had been so enormous, was gone was very confusing.”

Then she found comfort in turning her back on her life as it was and saying, ‘Within a year I left London. I moved back to Hertfordshire…

“That was really the big turning point. I started noticing the natural world around me and started gardening and immersing myself in it. Nature has brought me back to life.’

The singer bought and renovated a 16th-century two-acre barn, where she still lives with her husband, actor and writer Hal Fowler and their two children, Harry, 23, and Rose, 21.

Stunner: Kim (pictured shared in a snap in 2020) had turned her back on her performance to focus on rural life with her family

Stunner: Kim (pictured shared in a snap in 2020) had turned her back on her performance to focus on rural life with her family

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