Singer takes to the stage in a glitzy little number

Frankie Bridge is clearly excited for Christmas.

The singer stepped out to perform with The Saturdays yesterday evening rocking a very festive glittery green top.

Frankie styled her spangly cropped tee featuring cute cap sleeves with a pair of high-waisted velvet shorts.

Former football star Wayne Bridge‘s pretty wife picked the chic ensemble for the Radio City Christmas Live concert held at the Echo Arena in Liverpool.

Other musicians to take to the stage at the gig included former X Factor contestant Olly Murs, boy band The Vamps and girl group Neon Jungle.

No discussion of the 25-year-old’s outfit would be complete without a mention of her incredible post-baby body which she confidently had on display.

Frankie’s defined abs peeped out from below her top and her sculpted thighs were highlighted by her skimpy lace-trimmed bottoms.  

The pretty brunette recently revealed that she had a rather relaxed approach to getting her figure back following the birth of her son Parker on 18 October 2013.

‘I did three sessions a week at the most,’ Frankie told Women’s Health in November.

‘Then as time went on and I got fitter and healed, I did a couple of sessions of Pilates locally too, and Wayne would come with me.’

Frankie can also thank her gruelling training regime for Strictly Come Dancing for her svelte shape.

She often talks about the steps she’s been learning on Twitter and has been known to share behind-the-scenes shots on Instagram.

Her adorable 14-month-old little boy has even been to visit her in the rehearsal studio.

Aww!

The pop star’s seriously impressive moves have landed her a spot in Saturday night’s semi-final alongside her professional partner Kevin Clifton, 32.

Fun 1st day of training with @keviclifton 😬💃,’ she told fans on Monday.

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Beth Shearing