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Newly-married Joss Stone was overcome with emotional as she took a bow following the opening night perfomance of her new musical The Time Traveller's Wife at the Apollo Theatre in London on Wednesday.
The songstress, 35, beamed and blew kisses as she was greeted by applause from the audience before sharing a hug with co-writer David Stewart, 71, of Eurythmics fame.
The appearance came just hours after Joss announced she had secretly tied the knot with long term partner Cody DaLuz, who was there to support her on her big night.
The British singer looked gorgeous in a chic floral maxi dress that boasted racy cut-outs at her svelte waist.
Joss also sported a huge diamond ring on her wedding finger which she displayed while walking the red carpet earlier in the evening.
Big night! Newly-married Joss Stone, 35, was overcome with emotional as she took a bow following the opening night perfomance of her new musical The Time Traveller's Wife at the Apollo Theatre in London on Wednesday
So proud: The songstress beamed and blew kisses as she was greeted by applause from the audience
Joss and Dave wrote the music and lyrics alongside Kait Kerrigan with the script written by playwright Lauren Gunderson.
Based on the 2003 novel about a woman left to cope alone as her husband time travels, it was also adapted into a 2009 movie with Rachel McAdams and Eric Bana.
Following the opening night, critics were left divided with some branding the show 'soppy' while others declared it 'truly magical'.
The Stage's Sam Marlowe wrote in their two star review: 'New musical of Audrey Niffenegger time-travelling 2003 bestseller swaps momentum for a fuzzy and bland stage show'
In The Standard Nick Curtis got straight to the point saying he was 'astounded' so much talent could produce such a 'bland' and 'distasteful' musical.
Saying: 'The grand romance of Audrey Niffenegger’s 2003 bestseller, which asked smart questions about how you’d cope if your partner was repeatedly, involuntarily transported through time, is here played for gloopy sentiment and goofy laughs'.
Meanwhile Greg Stewart in Theatre Weekly gave four stars and said that despite the show having 'relatively few songs' branded the production 'magical'
'Fans of the book will not be disappointed by The Time Traveller's Wife, it’s a real homage to the source material and brings to life the