Hitmaker Lily Allen almost risked a wardrobe malfunction as she was seen wearing a gorgeous red gown while leaving the Duke of York theatre in London.
The 39-year-old looked sensational as she stepped out after her latest performance in The Pillowman.
Wearing a skintight frock, Lily gave a confident strut down the street while exiting the stage door in her jaw-dropping outfit.
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Slicking her short blonde locks back away from her face, Lily's beauty radiated through the snaps as her stunning physique took centre stage.
The singer accessorised her look with large statement silver earrings and added striking red lipstick to her pout.
She also ensured she matched her dress with red stilettos and a silver clutch bag.
Lily's gorgeous ensemble gave bystanders more than they bargained for as it appeared slightly transparent while in the light.
However, the star continued to put on a confident display as she was snapped outside the entertainment venue in London.
Lily recently appeared on ITV's This Morning where she spoke about her theatre production alongside her co-star Steve Pemberton.
She said: "There's a bit of violence in it. She's an artist and writer and that's something I relate to. She definitely pushes boundaries. There was a lot for me to tap into."
Lily also revealed that she enjoys the settled nature of starring in a theatrical production.
She explained: "I really like the routine of it all. I love being in one place. It's nice not to get on a bus and move to the next destination."
The star then added: "There are so many lines. I started learning them in February. She reads out her stories. Five or six of her stories, I have to know off by heart."
Singing Lily's praises, co-star Steve said: "She's absolutely smashing it. She carries the whole play because she never leaves the stage."
But although Lily is happy to be taking part in the stage production of The Pillowman, she did reveal that she doesn't long for it to receive an extended run.
This is due to the fact that her children Ethel and Marnie are returning to school in September.
The stage production is running for a limited time only, finishing in early September.
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