Katherine Jenkins wows in a show-stopping red satin gown

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(Daily Mail)

Katherine Jenkins certainly has a bold sense of style. Last night she left the Gore Hotel, after the BBC Children In Need concert in London, in a plunging red satin gown encrusted with gems.

The classical singer looked elegant and slender in the show-stopping number, but the effect of the cut out panel on her stomach rather gave her the look of a belly dancer.

Katherine, 29, performed at the charity show at the Royal Albert Hall with Julian Lloyd Webber. She sang Parla Piu Piano accompanied by the cellist. After their performance, Jenkins and Lloyd Webber spoke of their delight at being invited to take part in the pop music event by organiser Gary Barlow.

She said: “I was honoured to be part of this event and glad that Gary thought to include a classical act. It shows classical music is becoming more popular.”

Jenkins has become increasingly daring in her choice of outfits. She hit headlines last month after wearing a strapless PVC dress and crystal body art to perform at G-A-Y. Make-up artist Charlotte Reid who created the crystal art said: “Katherine loves experimenting and taking risks with her image.”

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