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The performer sparkled as she wore an all blue-outfit outside of London's Duke of York's Theatre
Lily Allen knows every opportunity is a good one to make a dazzling impression.
The singer, 38, was recently spotted leaving London's Duke of York's Theatre in a sparkling navy blue blazer that had three silver buttons and a white collar. Allen paired the piece with a back-slit, long denim skirt, and added an extra dash of glitter by pairing the look with a shimmering silver clutch and matching heels.
Her bright red nail polish completed the outfit and popped against the ensemble's silver accessories, including multiple small rings and a pair of square earrings. As for her makeup, she kept her look natural by wearing a light lip color and tucking her hair behind her ears.
She gave her 1.6 million Instagram followers a closer look at the complete outfit through a post on her Instagram Story in which she posed outside the theater's stage door alleyway. Allen also gave a glimpse at the back of the ensemble by sharing a video of herself walking out to greet fans.
Since making her debut in The Pillowman in June, Allen has shared a look at her off-stage style by posing outside the theater in various outfits, including a Zimmerman daffodil-patterned linen dress and a Butrym floral-printed gown.
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Speaking about her involvement in the production, Allen shared in a statement to BroadwayWorld in November: "One of our most inventive playwrights, Martin McDonagh, is renowned for pushing boundaries, and it's a privilege to join this show. Together with my incredible 2.22 director Matthew Dunster, I am excited to help create a production of The Pillowman that is sorely needed right now in these unprecedented times. I can't wait to bring it to life each night on stage and for audiences to get to experience it."
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