Louisa Johnson puts on a very cheeky display in bejewelled thong at Manchester ...

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She is the former X Factor champion who is known for her edgy style displays.

And Louisa Johnson set jaws-dropping as she flashed her very pert derriere during her performance at Manchester Pride on Saturday.

The songstress, 21, oozed confidence as she worked the stage clad in a black thong, which exposed her peachy posterior and honed legs as she shimmied. 

Eye-popping: Louisa Johnson set jaws-dropping as she flashed her very pert derriere during her performance at Manchester Pride on Saturday

Eye-popping: Louisa Johnson set jaws-dropping as she flashed her very pert derriere during her performance at Manchester Pride on Saturday

Cheeky: The songstress, 21, oozed confidence as she worked the stage clad in a black thong, which exposed her peachy posterior and honed legs as she shimmied

Cheeky: The songstress, 21, oozed confidence as she worked the stage clad in a black thong, which exposed her peachy posterior and honed legs as she shimmied

The accessorised with a bejewelled gold belt, with multicoloured metallic disks as she proudly flaunted her incredible figure.

The So Good hitmaker teamed the thong with a Grecian-inspired breastplate crop-top with multicoloured tiles, which exposed her toned midriff.

Her platinum tresses were styled sleek and straight while her pretty features were enhanced with a rich palette of make-up.  

The performance comes after Louisa spoke candidly about her struggle with anxiety and the perils of social media during an interview on Lorraine earlier this month.

The star admitted anxiety had left her feeling 'useless' at times  and now she wanted to show her real life on social media in a bid to do away with a perfect image shown on Instagram. 

Shimmer: The beauty accessorised with a bejewelled gold belt, with multicoloured metallic disks as she proudly flaunted her incredible figure

Pert: The star looked sensational as she flaunted her ffigure

Shimmer: The accessorised with a bejewelled gold belt, with multicoloured metallic disks as she proudly flaunted her incredible figure

Metallic: The So Good hitmaker teamed the thong with a Grecian-inspired breastplate crop-top with multicoloured tiles, which exposed her toned midriff

Metallic: The So Good hitmaker teamed the thong with a Grecian-inspired breastplate crop-top with multicoloured tiles, which exposed her toned midriff

Songstress: Louisa certainly gave the performance her all as she sang her heart out

Songstress: Louisa certainly gave the performance her all as she sang her heart out 

Brave: The performance comes after Louisa spoke candidly about her struggle with anxiety and the perils of social media during an interview on Lorraine earlier this month

Brave: The performance comes after Louisa spoke candidly about her struggle with anxiety and the perils of social media during an interview on Lorraine earlier this month

She said: 'I've always had anxiety and felt a bit low, but there comes a point where it's, "ok I don't feel low anymore I just feel a bit useless" and I think social media does play a big part in that because you are always looking at who liked your picture.  

'Even me, I do it, I look through the bad comments all the time. There was a point where I'd stopped because I was confident in myself. 

'When that confidence drops it's like, "ok I need to go back and try and validate who I am" and "do people like me anymore?" It gets hard. 

'You should know that within yourself, you shouldn't really need other people to tell you you are loved.'

She said: 'I've always had anxiety and felt a bit low, but there comes a point where it's,

She said: 'I've always had anxiety and felt a bit low, but there comes a point where it's, "ok I don't feel low anymore I just feel a bit useless" and I think social media does play a big part in that'

The star said she was committed to posting about her normal life on Instagram to show fans the positives and negatives - and does not use photo-editing apps on her snaps.

She said: 'I'm using whatever I can to show it's normal to feel sad, have a fat day, have a spot too! I compare myself all the time, it never stops. We should try and make people aware of what they're doing so we can help the situation.

'No one wants to post an ugly picture of them crying. You don't want to portray a perfect life, and I've started to show people my weaknesses, we're all human. 

'I'm writing a lot in the studio

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