Tulisa Contostavlos took to the stage for the first time in 18 months on Saturday night. Following a turbulent year and a half, which included a series of court appearances, the former N-Dubz singer performed at G-A-Y at London nightclub, Heaven.
Clearly thrilled to be singing live again, Tulisa documented her comeback on Twitter.
Tulisa hadn't performed live for 18 months
"My first show in 18months #TONIGHT!" she wrote. "I'm so excited! G-A-Y You ready?!! #TulisaAtGAY".
The 26-year-old proceeded to upload photos of her make-up for the show and the car that whisked her off to the central London venue.
Tulia wowed her fans in a bejewelled leopard print bra top, black hot pants and studded heels as she sang tracks including Madonna's Vogue and her new single Living Without You, which comes out in December.
"OMG G-A-Y that was Insane!!! Thank you," she tweeted after the gig, evidently pleased that her sold-out comeback show had been a success.
Camden-born Tulisa is focussing on her singing career again after her drugs trial was thrown out in July, almost a year after accusations against her were first made.
Allegations that Tulisa had supplied class A drugs were dropped on 21 July when Judge Alistair McCreath threw out the case after ruling that there were "strong grounds" to believe that a witness for the prosecution, had lied to the court.
Following the collapse of the trial Tulisa said that she was back in the recording studio and working on new music to help her move on.