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Anne-Marie stunned in a funky ensemble as she performed for an intimate crowd at The O2 Arena's Blueroom lounge last Tuesday evening.
The Ciao Adios hitmaker, 32, took over the stage with an energetic performance for a private live gig of 300 people, sponsored by Greggs.
The pop star - who recently collaborated with music legend Shania Twain - rocked a stylish ensemble in an oversized white shirt, matching it with a checked red and yellow tie.
She completed the quirky outfit with baggy trousers and a pair of chunky black sneakers.
The Unhealthy singer sported her brand new black locks as she styled them in a slicked ponytail, and accessorised with a trademark black bow embellishment.
Stylish: Anne-Marie, 32, rocked a funky look in oversized white shirt and tie as she took over the stage at The O2's Blueroom for a private live gig last Tuesday
Born performer: The Ciao Adios hitmaker took over the stage with an energetic performance for a private live gig of 300 people, sponsored by Greggs
Anne-Marie appeared in her highest spirits as she was cheered by the crowd, kicking off with some of her greatest pop hits.
Shortly after beginning her stunning performance, she joked she nearly 'ran out of breath' and added Greggs' sausage rolls could be to blame for that.
The English star continued introducing Ciao Adios - one of the songs that led her to stardom - describing it as an 'happy angry song'.
Fans were sent in overdrive as they sang the break-up anthem with spirit, as the star often pointed the microphones to them to let them continue the verses.
Anne-Marie brought a vibrant energy on stage, and admitted she was 'very happy' to perform for such a small crowd for once.
'I can actually see people,' she joked.
The Friends hitmaker told fans she was very excited to be headlining at the O2 Arena later on 29th of November, as part of her latest album's tour UNHEALTHY.
The pop star introduced 2016 favourite Summer anthem Rockabye featuring Sean Paul and Clean Bandit - branding it as a 'not angry at all' song.
Upcoming show: The Friends hitmaker told fans she was very excited to be headlining at the O2 Arena