Louise Redknapp left very little to the imagination after she stripped down to a lace bra and sheer stockings in a throwback snap.
The singer, 48, often sends her followers wild thanks to her social media snaps. From busty displays to jaw-dropping gowns, the mum-of-two knows how to get her followers hot under the collar.
And Louise, who shot to fame in ‘90s girl band Eternals, is no stranger to sharing a throwback snap either. On Wednesday (October 25) she took to her Instagram to upload a snap from her appearance in the musical Cabaret.
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Louise bagged the lead role of Sally Bowles for the musical in 2017. The role was made famous by Liza Minnelli in the 1972 film.
And it’s fair to say the ageless beauty slipped into a rather revealing and eye-catching outfit to play the character. No stranger to flashing skin, Louise looked sensational in a lacy bra and suspenders.
The pop star paraded her endless pins in the stockings and suspenders – with the sheer tights teasing her toned legs. Her sexy satin bra left little to the imagination as was adorned with see-through detailing.
On Instagram, Louise uploaded the promotional picture for the musical. Smouldering to the camera, she oozed style and beauty. To complete her transformation, she rocked a black bob-cut and bowler hat.
Louise decided to take a trip down memory lane with the throwback picture to pay tribute to Bill Kenwright. The West End theatre producer sadly died this week.
In the caption, Louise penned: “I'm sad to hear the news of the passing of the great Bill Kenwright CBE I'II be forever grateful to Bill for giving me my first theatre role.
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"He really put me through my paces in the audition process and finally gave me my dream role – the opportunity to play miss Sallv Bowles in Cabaret a role which kick-started musical theatre career. Sending my love and thoughts to all his family, friends and the team at @bkIproductions.”
Fans soon rushed to the comments section, with one person writing: “You was great as sally. . And the hair suited you too.” Someone else added: “Beautiful.”
A third quipped: “Wow! Absolutely gorgeous.” Another gushed: “You were a fantastic Sally bowles lou, opening night at Wimbledon will always remember it.”
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