Little Mix’s Leigh-Anne Pinnock wows in cut-out co-ord at surprise gig

Little Mix beauty Leigh-Anne Pinnock left partygoers with their jaws on the floor as she dazzled on stage at a surprise performance.

The singing sensation took to the stage on Wednesday (November 29) for Smirnoff's WE DO US Live launch party in London. The ground-breaking scheme aims to improve and promote accessibility in nightlife, for those with extra needs.

Don't Say Love songstress Leigh-Anne was one of a number of famous faces who showed their support, including Strictly's Layton Williams, Love Island's Tasha Ghouri and Girls Aloud's Nicola Roberts, Nadine Coyle and Kimberley Walsh. And Leigh-Anne performed on stage, as did Mae Muller, Kamille and Drag Syndrome.

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Mum-of-two Leigh-Anne looked incredible on the night, slipping into a matching denim outfit. The halter-neck top featured a panel on her front that showcased her slender figure.

The former X Factor star went for a subtle makeup look with glowing skin and a glossy lip. Her dark hair was styled in tight curls that fell onto her shoulders.

The exciting party, which Smirnoff threw in partnership with Tilting The Lens and Sink The Pink, had been advertised without Leigh-Anne's name โ€“ just the tease of a special guest. So there's no doubt her surprise performance had fans, who could apply to get free tickets, excited.

Speaking of being a part of the special night, Leigh-Anne said: "I am so happy to have been part of Smirnoff WE DO US Live. Nothing makes me more proud than using my voice to help bring about positive change in our communities and really make a difference.

"Together, let's keep pushing for a world where equality and accessibility aren't just a dream but a reality.โ€ The performances weren't the only things special about the event.

With millions of adults living with a disability in the UK, nightlife can be out of the question due to accessibility issues. But, with Tilting The Lens, Smirnoff is aiming to support the community in clubs, bars and pubs.

On the night, a number of changes were made to the venue. There was a dedicated viewing platform for wheelchair users, as well as step-free access, and accessible bars and toilets. There was also a quiet space for those needing some calm, and BSL interpreters.

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