Myleene Klass cut a glamorous figure in a black cut-out dress as she departed Smooth Radio on Sunday.
The musician, 45, strutted through the city in her stylish bodycon dress after leaving Global Studios.
She teamed her look with a pair of knee-high heeled boots and shielded her eyes with a pair of sunglasses.
Myleene oozed elegance in her autumnal look and accessorised her outfit with a black Channel bag.
Despite the glum rainy weather, Myleene brightened up the day with a pop of red colour on her lips.
Wow: Myleene Klass, 45, cut a glamorous figure in a black cut-out dress as she departed Smooth Radio on Sunday
Glamorous: The musician strutted through the city in her stylish bodycon dress after leaving Global Studios
Her outing comes after she stepped out to host Classic FM Live at the Royal Albert Hall in London last week.
Myleene, who hosts the Calm Classics show on the radio station, put on a very glamorous display in a white satin floor-length dress.
Broadcaster Myleene was seen posing outside the concert venue, confidently standing with he hand on her hip in the backless dress.
Meanwhile, It was recently reported a Popstars revival is being planned to find the next big boyband.
An unnamed new talent show inspired by the beloved ITV programme – which launched 21 years ago and brought together acts like Girls Aloud and Hear’Say – is in the pipeline on the hunt for a huge group like One Direction.
A source told The Sun: ‘First ITV brought back Big Brother, then the BBC brought back Survivor. Now this might form the holy trinity of big shows from two decades ago.
‘There’s been a boom in popularity for programmes from that time among Millennials. But what they want is to go back to the origins of these shows.
‘X Factor may be the best known and most recent talent contest, but it was Popstars that kicked it all off.’
Gorgeous: Despite the glum rainy weather, Myleene brightened up the day with a pop of red colour on her lips
Glam: Myleene oozed elegance in her autumnal look and accessorised her outfit with a black Channel bag
Stylish: She teamed her look with a pair of knee-high heeled boots and shielded her eyes with a pair of sunglasses
The series first launched in 2001 as a documentary delving into auditions for a new group, with the likes of Myleene and Kym Marsh going on to form Pure and Simple hitmakers Hear’Say.
The following year Davina McCall fronted Popstars: The Rivals, a more traditional talent show which created Girls Aloud.
The proposed new show – which is yet to have a name or TV channel – is set to go back to a ‘documentary’ format looking at a boyband coming to life.
New production company Moon and Back – run by ITV’s former head of lights entertainment and Britain’s Got Talent executive producer Nigel Hall – is leading the charge. Nigel also worked on the likes of I’m A Celebrity and played a key role in Ant and Dec’s Saturday NIght Takeaway.
He is said to be joined in the new venture by Ant and Dec’s former manager Russ Lindsay and ITV’s former director of global content Dawn Airey.
Scouts are already on the hunt for people aged 18 to 23 to be part of the cast, with the team ‘looking for the next generation of superstars to form a brand new five-piece boy band’.
While the casting call warns about ‘substantial travel’ and being ‘outside of the UK from January to July 2024’, it adds: ‘If you can dance, sing and have a big personality to match, we want to hear from you.’
Comeback? It comes after it was reported a Popstars revival is being planned to find the next big boyband (Myleene’s former band Hear’Say was formed on ITV’s Popstars in 2001. (Clockwise from top left: Danny Foster, Noel Sullivan, Suzanne Shaw, Myleene and Kym Marsh) Pictured in 2001)