KATHERINE Jenkins sparkled in this metallic number at Monday night’s Music Industry Trusts Awards.
The Welsh singer belted out Never Enough from The Greatest Showman at the do, held at the capital’s Grosvenor Hotel.
Reflecting on her country’s semi-final loss in the Rugby World Cup to eventual winners South Africa, she said: “It was an amazing game.
"We’re all so proud of them. I watched it with a South African who was very respectful and said, ‘I’m sorry’.”
Now she is gearing up for her next gig, despite a bit of a calendar clash.
She said: “At the Royal Albert Hall, I’m going to be doing my annual Christmas concert on December 12 . . . the same night as the General Election.”
Some musical respite might be just what we all need.
Katherine first came to the public's attention in October 1980 when she sang at Westminster Cathedral honouring Pope John Paul II's silver jubilee.
Since then she's sold eight million albums and performed at the Queen's 90th birthday, the Olympics and Euro 2016.
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