Toyah Willcox has sent her YouTube fans wild with her latest Lockdown Lunch video, in which she sang a song while on an exercise bike.

The 62-year-old proved she's definitely still got her famous voice as she belted out the lyrics to Metallica song Enter Sandman, while her husband Robert Fripp, 74, strummed along on his guitar.

She wrote in the description box: "Enter The Sandman, and enter the… erm exercise bike!"

The 1980s songstress wore a skintight white top and black leggings for the impromptu performance, ditching her bra underneath.

The blonde slapped on plenty of mascara and eyeliner, as well as a deep red lipstick.

She could be seen pedalling frantically as she sang the words, glaring into the camera with plenty of attitude before turning to her husband.

Rocker Robert, who founded the band King Crimson, was far more dressed up for the performance, opting for a crisp white shirt, black waistcoat and a green striped tie.

But it was definitely Toyah who caught the most attention, with many of her 46,500 YouTube subscribers leaving cheeky comments down below.

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Commenting on her attire, one person quipped: "I thought she was gonna poke him in the eye for a minute there."

Another joked: "Toyah's voice had perfect pitch, she was definitely not flat."

A third said: "She looks like one of those mature women who's proper wild in the sack!"

Someone else commented: "Toyah's milkshake brings all the boys to the yard!"

While a fifth person added: "Someone or something is saying 'I wanna be free' and it isn't Toyah."

And another laughed: "Jesus christ LOL she needs to put the heating on must be freezing in there."

It seems Toyah may be gearing up for her scheduled UK tour, which is set to kick off in May – as long as coronavirus restrictions are lifted.

The Birmingham lass is best known for her hits It's a Mystery, Thunder in the Mountains and I want to Be Free.

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