Mabel makes a statement with pink hair and racy thigh-high boots as she attends Free Radio Live Hits concert
She made her musical breakthrough with the hit single, Finders Keepers.
And Mabel McVey, 23, certainly turned heads as she arrived at the Free Radio Hits Live at Arena Birmingham on Saturday.
The R&B singer made for an incredibly sexy statement in a bedazzled pink leotard and sexy thigh-high boots.
Wow: Mabel McVey, 23, certainly turned heads as she arrived at the Free Radio Hits Live at Arena Birmingham on Saturday
The young artist donned an oversized black jumper with sequins and a faded pink leotard that showed off her slender physique as she posed for the cameras at the concert.
Letting her pink locks lie gently against her jumper, the singer framed her features with a swipe of pink eyeshadow and pink gloss lipstick.
The Don’t Call Me Up singer completed her look with a pair of quirky pink and orange thigh-length boots and bright green nails.
Strike a pose: The R&B singer made for an incredibly sexy statement in a bedazzled pink leotard and sexy thigh-high boots
Show stopper: Mabel donned an oversized black jumper with sequins and pink locks as she performed for the crowds
Singing sensation: The singer framed her features with a swipe of pink eyeshadow as she sang for her fans
The singer, who was born in Malaga, Spain, but now lives in London, looked sensational as she performed her greatest hits to crowds at the Birmingham arena.
The vocalist, whose hit single Finders Keepers peaked at number eight on the UK charts in 2017, first appeared on the music scene with her debut single Know Me Better in 2015.
During a candid interview with NME in 2018, Mabel, whose brother Marlon Roudette is the former front man of the electronic duo Mattafix, opened up about being a solo artist in the 21st century.
Funky: The songstress added a touch of green nail polish to her look on Saturday
Walk this way: Mabel’s dad is the British singer and producer Cameron McVey and her mum is the Swedish singer-songwriter Neneh Cherry
She said: ‘Being a solo artist in general can be incredibly lonely. It’s funny how often the bigger you get sometimes, the lonelier you feel.
‘A lot of people have an idea of who you are, but at the same time it’s like ‘I’m just me! I have the same doubts as and fear as you! But people look at you differently.’
During her interview she also shared her thoughts on the curve balls life had thrown her way.
She added: ‘It isn’t about hitting all the notes or having a perfect stage show, it’s about letting go and enjoying it.’
Young talent: Mabel, who was born in Malaga, Spain, hit the UK charts in 2017 with her hit single Finders Keepers