Kimberley Walsh dazzles in glittering fairytale gown with a plunging neckline as she celebrates her starring role in Big The Musical's gala performance
She hit the stage in front of a star-studded audience on Tuesday night.
And Kimberley Walsh looked every inch the leading lady following the gala performance of her new West End show Big The Musical.
The ex Girls Aloud star left London's Dominion Theatre dressed to the nines in a glittering gown as she headed to a party to celebrate the special performance in aid of Make-A-Wish Foundation UK.
Stunning: Kimberley Walsh looked every inch the leading lady following the gala performance of her new West End show Big The Musical on Tuesday night
Kimberley looked sensational in for floor length tulle gown which was covered in silver sequins.
The blush and metallic dress showed some skin with its sheer skirt and plunging neckline, highlighting Kimberley's stunning figure.
She left her short blonde locks loose and styled in loose waves and completed her look with a gold clutch bag and a glam dash of makeup.
Gorgeous: The star left London's Dominion Theatre dressed to the nines in a glittering gown as she headed to a party to celebrate the performance in aid of Make-A-Wish Foundation UK
Strike a pose: Kimberley looked sensational in for floor length tulle gown which was covered in silver sequins
Kimberley, who was supported by her former Girls Aloud bandmates Cheryl and Nicola Roberts at the performance, posed with her leading man outside the theatre, another popstar turned West End actor, Jay McGuinness.
The pair's new play is a musical adaptation of the 80s film starring Tom Hanks, which tells the story of 12-year-old Josh Baskin - a boy who is forced to tackle adulthood earlier than he thought after his wish to be 'big' is granted by a Zoltar machine.
Sound Of The Underground hitmaker Kimberely - who portrays the role of Susan Lawrence - is joined by the likes of Jay, Matthew Kelly and Wendi Peters in the theatre production.
BFFs: Kimberley was joined by her best friend and former Girls Aloud bandmate Nicola Roberts, who watched from the star-studded audience
The play kicked off in the West End on September 10, with the string of performances set to come to an end on November 2.
Speaking to This Morning hosts Davina McCall and Rochelle Humes last month, she admitted that she felt 'at home' getting back into musical theatre, after starring as Princess Fiona in Shrek The Musical and Jovie in Elf The Musical.
She explained: 'I grew up doing musical theatre. I felt like I got into Girls Aloud by default and it was like I went back... I feel so at home on the stage.'
'We literally lived and breathed each other so I think more time needs to have passed for anybody to get those feelings of getting us back together.'
Pals: Cheryl also showed her support, with the trio posing together back stage