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Singer Amy Shark struts the stage during an electrifying performance of her hits in Perth

Shark attack! Singer Amy, 32, struts the stage during an electrifying performance of her hits in Perth

There is no stopping Australian singer Amy Shark.

Fresh from taking home two gongs at the APRA (Australasian Performing Right Association) awards at Melbourne on Tuesday, the songwriter took to the stage in Perth on Friday like a seasoned professional.

Amy, dressed in a black and white ensemble consisting of a stripey track top, tight white jeans and chunky-soled trainers, wore her long brunette tresses past her shoulders as she belted out the hits including I Said Hi, and Adore.

Shark attack! Award-winning singer-songwriter Amy Shark (pictured) 32, strutted the stage during an electrifying performance of her hits in Perth on Friday night

Shark attack! Award-winning singer-songwriter Amy Shark (pictured) 32, strutted the stage during an electrifying performance of her hits in Perth on Friday night

The 32-year-old accessorised her look with a gold watch and black nail polish for the gig, held at the Fremantle Arts Centre in Perth.

The singer-songwriter also played acoustic guitar during her show.

Amy performed in front of a huge set of red letters spelling out her name across the back of the stage. 

All white on the night: Fresh from taking home two gongs at the APRA (Australasian Performing Right Association) awards at Melbourne on Tuesday, the songwriter took to the stage in Perth on Friday like a seasoned professional

All white on the night: Fresh from taking home two gongs at the APRA (Australasian Performing Right Association) awards at Melbourne on Tuesday, the songwriter took to the stage in Perth on Friday like a seasoned professional

Now ear this! Amy, dressed in a black and white ensemble consisting of a stripey track top, tight white jeans and chunky-soled trainers, wore her long brunette tresses past her shoulders as she belted out the hits including I Said Hi, and Adore

Now ear this! Amy, dressed in a black and white ensemble consisting of a stripey track top, tight white jeans and chunky-soled trainers, wore her long brunette tresses past her shoulders as she belted out the hits including I Said Hi, and Adore

Her large white trainers were a stage prop in themselves, with onlookers estimating the thickness of the shoes’ heels to be at least three inches.

The Gold Coast singer’s ‘moon boots’ indeed proved to be a necessity as Amy strutted the back and forth across the stage during her animated performance.

Amy’s mood was no doubt boosted by the fact she took home two gongs on Tuesday at the star-studded APRA ceremony, which celebrates composers, songwriters and publishers. 

Lift off! Her large white trainers were a stage prop in themselves, with onlookers estimating the thickness of the shoes' heels to be at least three inches

Lift off! Her large white trainers were a stage prop in themselves, with onlookers estimating the thickness of the shoes’ heels to be at least three inches

The indie-pop songstress scooped up the Peer-Voted Song of the Year award for her hit, I Said Hi, after being nominated three-years running.

The same track also won the Pop Work of the Year award, which rounds out a stellar awards season for Amy’s album, Love Monster.

Late last year, she took home three top gongs at the 2018 ARIA awards, scooping up Best Female Artist, Best Pop Release and Apple Music Album Of The Year.

In the spotlight: Amy's mood was no doubt boosted by the fact she took home two gongs on Tuesday at the star-studded APRA ceremony, which celebrates composers, songwriters and publishers

In the spotlight: Amy’s mood was no doubt boosted by the fact she took home two gongs on Tuesday at the star-studded APRA ceremony, which celebrates composers, songwriters and publishers

Daily Mail UK

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