Leigh-Anne Pinnock wowed fans with a revealing, plunging blazer outfit as she attended a celeb-packed party in London on Tuesday night.
The evening marked the European launch of Jack Daniels and Coca-Cola at The Bike Shed in the capital and the singer, 31, arrived looking typically fashionable, teaming her bold look with lime-green strappy heels.
Opting for a warm red-brown lipstick, golden eyes and a bronzed base, Leigh-Anne looked stylish, adding gold hoops and a dainty necklace to finish her emerald-inspired look.
Also at the event was Ella Eyre, who opted for a more casual look for the evening.
Ella posed alongside Leigh-Anne wearing cream combat-style trousers and comfortable trainers, but did follow suit and like Leigh-Anne jumped on the plunging fashion bandwagon, wearing a fluffy cropped cardigan, in yet another citrus shade – this time, orange.
Ella decided on gold necklaces too, but a lot more of them and wore her caramel curls loosely pilled on her head.
Fans are patiently awaiting the release of Leigh-Anne's first debut solo single with rumours that it is "just around the corner" circulating in celebrity circles. The ex-Little Mix singer is just back from a trip to Turkey where she shot her big-budget video for the mystery song.
Shooting footage for the track last weekend in Istanbul, the new tune has been described as an 'up tempo pop hit' – perfect for Leigh-Anne's fun, sultry pitch.
Leigh-Anne's video is a combo of high energy dance routines with a stunning backdrop of Turkish buildings and breathtaking scenery.
The singer headed on her video-creating trip with a couple of familiar faces – video choreographer King O'Holi – who the hitmaker knows well from working together on the Little Mix Sweet Melody video, and dancer Joy Duckrell who she worked with in 2020, again alongside her ex-band.
News of Leigh-Anne's first solo single at long last is exciting, especially after a music insider claimed that the star could go on to replicate the solo success of fellow pop star, Dua Lipa.
Leigh-Anne's not the only ex-Little Mixer releasing music this year, though. Jade Thirlwall and Perrie Edwards are set to release their vocals back into the charts, but the girls are keen to avoid any sort of popularity ratings war.
This comes at the back of another former bandmate Jesy Nelson breaking her silence and admitting that she hasn't spoken to her bandmates in two years. At the time of leaving the band in 2020, Jesy cited mental health reasons for her departure, admitting the found the "constant pressure of being in a girl group and living up to expectations very hard."
Leigh-Anne, who is a mum to twin girls, was a part of Little Mix, who were created on The X Factor in 2011. They were the first group ever to win the show, going on to gain worldwide success.
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