JESS Glynne turned heads as she stepped out in a sheer top to continue the party last night.
The singer, 33, braved the cold weather for the sake of fashion – opting to wear the daring orange top and no bra.
As she arrived at Chiltern Firehouse for the British Fashion Awards afterparty, Jess also flashed her cut out trousers.
Earlier in the evening, she had wowed in an equally as risqué black dress with an impressive thigh high split.
Jess partied along a host of other famous faces at the star-studded bash including Amanda Holden and Naomi Campbell.
The star returned to social media earlier this year and hinted that she was set to bring out some new music.
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She cleared her Twitter account and wrote: “See you next year 🖤”
She previously deleted her Instagram account after abuse from the cancel-culture mob over misguided comments about transgender people.
Jess recently signed with new label EMI after The Sun told how she split from Atlantic Records earlier this year and signed a management deal with Jay-Z’s company Roc Nation.
Her third album is due out next year, five years after Always In Between.
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Her 2015 debut I Cry When I Laugh topped the charts and went four times platinum. Her Follow-up Al- ways In Be- tween also went to No1 in 2018. Her most recent hit was festive single This Christmas, a No3 in 2020.
She has been quiet for the past few years, with her her most recent release being a cover of This Christmas, which reached No3 in 2020.
Her last series of high-profile shows before that were supporting Spice Girls on their 2019 reunion tour in stadiums across the UK and Ireland.
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