Loose Women's Frankie Bridge stuns in unusual cut-out dress as she leaves West End show | The Sun

Loose Women's Frankie Bridge stuns in unusual cut-out dress as she leaves West End show | The Sun

LOOSE Women star Frankie Bridge stunned in a bright cut-out dress as she left her West End show.

The former Saturdays singer was papped exiting The Apollo Theatre in London after her latest performance in the suspense-fulled production 2:22 A Ghost Story.

Frankie, 34, wowed in the tripple-layered pink, blue and black dress that clung to her gorgeous curves.

She teamed the dress with black sandals and rocked black nail polish, while wearing minimal make-up.

Her hair framed her face in loose waves and Frankie oozed confidence after treading the cobbles in the hit play, after taking over from US actress Sophia Bush.

Frankie fullfilled her dream of starring in the West End when she bagged the role of Lauren in the creepy drama.


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The former chart-topping singer opened up about her hopes to lead a new career on stage in London's West End following her appearance on I'm A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of here!

The Loose Women panellist, who shares her sons Parker, eight, and Carter, six, with husband and ex-footballer Wayne Bridge, said she was ready to "play around and try new things".

"I love that now I can choose the jobs I really want to do, or I can have the ­conversations I really want to have," she explained.

"Now I get to play around with things and try things. I’m not done, I’m only 32, so I feel like there’s still so much left that I want to do.

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"I still want to do musical theatre, that’s something I didn’t do when I was younger, on the West End, but I want to find the right one."

The singing star added that she was keen to break away from The Saturdays – where her "image" was more important than her "talent".

"My favourite thing has always been dancing," she added. "I did sing, but I realise my role was more about image than talent, I suppose."

It comes after Frankie was mocked over her vocals on one of the latest I'm A Celebrity trials – where celebs had to sing as they drank pints of bug juice.

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