Sophie Ellis-Bextor looks glamorous in purple mini dress with ruby ​​trim at Westlife’s Wembley Stadium performance

Sophie Ellis-Bextor cuts a glamorous figure in a purple sequin mini dress with a ruby ​​feathered trim as she supports Westlife at Wembley Stadium

Sophie Ellis-Bextor cut a glamorous figure as she took the stage at London’s Wembley Stadium on Saturday ahead of headline act Westlife.

The singer, 43, wore a purple sequined mini dress with a ruby ​​feathered trim around the hem.

She looked like the pop star every inch as she performed, and wore lots of makeup to highlight her beautiful features, including a bold red lip.

Born to perform: Sophie Ellis-Bextor, 43, cut a glamorous figure as she took the stage at London’s Wembley Stadium on Saturday for headline act Westlife

The hitmaker raised her arms in the air as she performed at the iconic venue that can hold up to 90,000 people.

Irish boy band Westlife – consisting of Shane Filan, Kian Egan, Mark Feehily and Nicky Byrne – played their first-ever headline concert at the stadium this weekend.

Adoring fans enjoyed a set of their biggest hits, including Uptown Girl, Flying Without Wings, You Raise Me Up and If I Let You Go.

In Style: The singer wore a purple sequin mini dress with a ruby ​​feathered trim around the hem

In Style: The singer wore a purple sequin mini dress with a ruby ​​feathered trim around the hem

Putting on a show: She looked like the pop star every inch as she performed, wearing lots of makeup to highlight her beautiful features, including a bold red lip

Sophie threw some shapes on stage as she performed

Putting on a show: She looked like the pop star every inch as she performed, wearing lots of makeup to highlight her beautiful features, including a bold red lip

Making music: The hitmaker sang her heart out as she performed in the iconic venue that can hold up to 90,000 people

Making music: The hitmaker sang her heart out as she performed in the iconic venue that can hold up to 90,000 people

Before their performance, the band said: ‘Without a doubt, Wembley Stadium will become a highlight of our career and a real pinch in our lives.

“After two years of waiting, August 6 will be the biggest show we’ve ever had in the UK, all under the arc of one of the world’s most iconic locations.”

The band had to cancel their Wembley Stadium concert in the midst of lockdown last year, but they’ve moved it to this month.

Blast from the Past: Sophie Performer for Irish Boy Band Westlife - Consisting of Shane Filan, Kian Egan, Mark Feehily and Nicky Byrne

Blast from the Past: Sophie Performer for Irish Boy Band Westlife – Consisting of Shane Filan, Kian Egan, Mark Feehily and Nicky Byrne

On Hold: The band was forced to cancel their Wembley Stadium concert in the midst of lockdown last year, but they've moved it to this month

On Hold: The band was forced to cancel their Wembley Stadium concert in the midst of lockdown last year, but they’ve moved it to this month

On stage: James Morrison, 37, wore a black jacket over a T-shirt as he took the stage with his guitar to support Westlife after Sophie performed

On stage: James Morrison, 37, wore a black jacket over a T-shirt as he took the stage with his guitar to support Westlife after Sophie performed

On stage: James Morrison, 37, wore a black jacket over a T-shirt as he took the stage with his guitar to support Westlife after Sophie performed

Show Dulcet: The singer was in a good mood while performing, smiling as he sang his hits on stage

Show Dulcet: The singer was in a good mood while performing, smiling as he sang his hits on stage

Energy: James poured all his energy into his impassioned performance as he warmed up the crowd for headlining Westlife

Energy: James poured all his energy into his impassioned performance as he warmed up the crowd for headlining Westlife

Nicky previously told MailOnline: ‘We’ve seen big bands do it. We’ve witnessed Coldplay, we’ve seen the Take That guys do it, we’ve seen U2 do it, we’ve seen all those legends do it and it’s really a huge honor to be on the same stage as that kind of bands have done.

“I was five when Live Aid happened, I looked at it and I remember Queen, I remember Freddie, I remember all those moments.

Also for the fans, to see these songs like Flying Without Wings, You Raise Me Up, World of Our Own, Swear It Again, Hello My Love. All those hits dating back to ’99.

“It will be nerve-wracking, but we can’t wait to do it. We take those nights to the grave.’

Excited: Prior to their performance, the band said: 'Without a doubt, Wembley stadium will be a career high and a real squeeze in our lives'

Excited: Prior to their performance, the band said: ‘Without a doubt, Wembley stadium will be a career high and a real squeeze in our lives’

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