Sophie Ellis-Bexter commands attention in pink sheer negligee as she storms the Camp Bestival stage
Sophie Ellis-Bexter turns heads in a pink sheer negligee and a ruffled robe as she storms the stage at Camp Bestival
Her Instagram Live Kitchen Discos during the Covid-19 lockdown were a virtual escapism for hundreds of thousands of fans.
And now Sophie Ellis-Bextor has proved she can put on a sensational live show as she returned to the stage on Saturday to headline Camp Bestival in Ludlow.
The singer, 42, looked sensational as she put on a leggy show in a figure-hugging sequin print leotard.
Stunning: Sophie Ellis-Bexter, 42, turned heads in a figure-hugging leotard and pink sheer negligee as she stormed the Camp Bestival stage in Ludlow on Saturday
The Murder On The Dancefloor star also wore a pink sheer negligee for the performance which she paired with a red ruffled robe.
The hitmaker added height to her frame with a pair of sequined heels and let her dark brown locks fall in a loose style.
The singer opted for a dazzling makeup look with lots of mascara and bright eyeshadow that plopped against her porcelain skin.
Disco diva: The singer looked sensational in a tight-fitting leotard with sequin print
Glitter: The hitmaker added height to her frame with a pair of sequined heels and let her dark brown locks fall in a loose style
Leggy: Sophie flashed her long tan legs in the striking stage outfit
The singer made sure to bring all the camp and frivolity of her recent Kitchen Disco tour to the stage with huge disco balls and an array of flowers adorning the stage.
Camp Bestival combines live music with activities for families setting up camp in the picturesque Dorset location.
The Strictly Come Dancing star also recently launched her new podcast, Spinning Plates, which features an hour-long interview with a different working mom about the difficulties and joys of work-life balance.
Wow: the pop star appeared in her element when she released some of her classic hits
Chinese pop: The singer sported a dazzling makeup look with lots of mascara and bright eyeshadow that plopped against her porcelain skin
Fun times: the singer used large disco balls and an array of flowers to decorate the stage
Shortly after its release, it appeared as Apple’s number one Parenting podcast everywhere, from the UK to Greece to Ecuador.
Sophie’s success comes when she completed a 24-hour dance marathon for Children In Need in November.
She has raised an incredible £1 million for charity with her efforts, keeping her on the move all day and night, with just a five minute break every hour to eat and drink.
Later: The singer then removed her robe to reveal the semi-transparent ensemble in more detail
Family: Sophie unveiled a large heart tattoo on her upper arm with the word family engraved on it
“I’m such a mess,” she told viewers watching the end of the live stream on BBC iPlayer. “I can’t stop crying.”
During the challenge – which started at 9:30 am – Sophie was joined by Tony Blackburn as they sang karaoke together, as well as a host of other guests, including Natalie Imbruglia, Tamsin Outhwaite and Michael Ball.
Gemma Collins, Rylan Clark, Bonnie Langford, Beverley Knight, JLS, Tony Blackburn, Gary Davies, Edith Bowman, Melvin Odoom, Sara Cox and Dawn O’Porter also joined her for stints on the dance floor.
Love it: Sophie appeared in her element when she took the stage