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Olly Alexander puts on a risqué display as Years & Years perform on the final day of Glastonbury 

Olly Alexander puts on a daring display in a mesh-cut ensemble as Years & Years performs on the final day of Glastonbury Festival

Glastonbury Festival is coming to an end after five busy days packed with performances from the best in the business.

Olly Alexander, eager to go out with a bang, certainly turned heads when he performed on the Other Stage of the Worthy Farm, Pilton festival.

The 31-year-old wore a mesh, cut-out catsuit for the performance — including a shoulder detail, tie-down cutouts and a snug fit.

Bold: Olly Alexander, 31, put on a daring display in a mesh-cut ensemble on Sunday as he performed on the final day of Glastonbury Festival

Bold: Olly Alexander, 31, put on a daring display in a mesh-cut ensemble on Sunday as he performed on the final day of Glastonbury Festival

Olly donned a cropped leather jacket on the daring ensemble for part of the performance, then threw it off as he stormed onto the stage.

Adding thigh high boots to the ensemble, his dark brown locks were shaved in a skinhead cut, with a vertical line design in it.

The star wore dark sunglasses for the performance, complemented by an array of silver jewelry.

Cut Out: The star wore a mesh, cut-out catsuit for the performance - includes a shoulder detail, tie-down cutouts and a snug fit

Cut Out: The star wore a mesh, cut-out catsuit for the performance – includes a shoulder detail, tie-down cutouts and a snug fit

Skinhead: His dark brown locks were shaved in a skinhead cut, with a vertical line design carved into it

Skinhead: His dark brown locks were shaved in a skinhead cut, with a vertical line design carved into it

Accessories: The star wore dark sunglasses for the performance, complemented by an array of silver jewelry

Moves: And he also brought his dance moves for an energetic performance

Accessories: The star wore dark sunglasses for the performance, complemented by an array of silver jewelry

Olly put on an energetic performance surrounded by backup dancers dressed in black leather jackets.

A smashed payphone joined him on stage, as he used the prop to his advantage—dancing in and around it.

To take the energetic performance to the next level, Olly jumped on the back of a backup dancer – who was wearing a motorcycle helmet.

Props: A beat up phone booth accompanied him on stage, as he used the prop to his advantage - dancing inside and around it

Props: A beat up phone booth accompanied him on stage, as he used the prop to his advantage – dancing inside and around it

Crew: Olly gave an energetic performance and was surrounded by backup dancers dressed in black leather jackets

Crew: Olly gave an energetic performance and was surrounded by backup dancers dressed in black leather jackets

All black: Olly's leather jacket had a low-lace detail and a cropped design

All black: Olly’s leather jacket had a low-lace detail and a cropped design

The star pointed to the audience and showed a whole series of dance moves, giving the performance everything.

Years & Years is now Olly’s solo project, having formed as a band in 2010.

The star was the penultimate act to grace the Other Stage, foreshadowing Pet Shop Boys – set to close out the festival.

It comes after a packed five days as the festival returned for the first time in three years.

Solo: The star took the stage as his solo project Years & Years, which is now his solo project - after forming as a band in 2010

Solo: The star took the stage as his solo project Years & Years, which is now his solo project – after forming as a band in 2010

Stepping up the energy: Olly took the energetic performance to the next level and jumped on the back of a backing dancer - who was wearing a motorcycle helmet

Stepping up the energy: Olly took the energetic performance to the next level and jumped on the back of a backing dancer – who was wearing a motorcycle helmet

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