Leigh-Anne Pinnock leaves little to the imagination in sheer sparkling jumpsuit
Little Mix singer Leigh-Anne Pinnock looked sensational as she posed up a storm in a dazzling jumpsuit which did wonders to accentuate her enviable curves
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Leigh-Anne Pinnock has proved time and time again she’s the ultimate style queen.
And her latest daring look is no exception.
The Little Mix singer, 29, left little to the imagination as she stunned in a sheer jumpsuit for her latest social media offering.
The sultry snap saw the brunette bombshell pose up a storm as she flaunted her gym-honed physique in the skintight number.
Leigh-Anne oozed sex appeal as she paraded her killer curves and enviable waist in the sparking one-piece.
She accentuated her height by sporting a pair of clear stilettos which finished off the sexy look.
Alongside the striking snaps, Leigh-Anne penned: “ ‘2020 dress up to stay in!”
It wasn’t long before she was showered with compliments from besotted fans who simply couldn’t get enough.
“You are a phenomenal human being Leigh-Anne,” gushed one adoring fan.
“That body though!!!” Others added.
“The hottest woman on this planet!”.
“She couldn’t be any sexier if she tried! Just wow!”.
Leigh-Anne’s sultry update comes after come after she and her Little Mix bandmate Jade Thirlwall were named among the winners at this year’s Ethnicity Awards for their support of Black Lives Matter.
The talented pair said they were “honoured” to share the Equality prize, and they spoke about why they feel it’s so important to use their platform to fight race issues.
Leigh-Anne said in a video: “Hi guys, I just wanted to say a massive thank you for voting for me for this award, joint with Jade which is absolutely amazing.
“Thank you so much, I feel so overwhelmed to have received an award like this.
I will continue to use my platform to speak up about race and fighting the fight.
“I already feel like there are so many people out there working towards change and fighting this fight and not necessarily being projected in social media or in the news so this award is for them.”