She was the face and body of underwear brand Ultimo, so stripping off for a saucy lingerie show was all in a day's work for Sarah Harding.
The singer - who recently announced details of a 10th anniversary reunion album and tour with Girls Aloud - joined fellow celebrities Abbey Clancy and Peaches Geldof to model at the Lingerie London event in Old Billingsgate Market.
Sporting a corseted top, thigh-high boots, and aviator shades the 30-year-old took charge of the catwalk her military-inspired outfit.
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She tweeted beforehand: "Right guys wish me luck, off to strut my stuff on the catwalk, love you all and thanks for the support."
Sarah certainly showed she was in shape and ready to begin performing again as she exuded confidence, both on the runway and in the low-cut navy silk dress which she wore off-stage.
Mum-of-one Abbey joined the Girls Aloud star on the catwalk in a revealing two-piece of delicate floral underwear set. In unique showpieces created especially for the night's show, the model showed off a range of pieces by Agent Provocateur looking particularly breathtaking in a black and gold sequinned corset and matching pants.
The 26-year-old was supported at the event by her husband, footballer Peter Crouch. Both of them were seen enjoying the remainder of the evening after a quick change from Abbey into a flowing red gown with a seductive side-slit.
Our HELLO! Online blogger, Tamara Beckwith also looked striking in a violet dress with a matching purple fur shawl. Whilst socialite Peaches provided a contrast to her fellow models on the Agent Provocateur runway in a long-sleeved, gothic white lace dress.
Original supermodel Marie Helvin showed the younger girls how to strut their stuff as she sashayed down towards the photographers in a sheer lace night gown.
Looking just as great at 60 than she did decades before, Marie revealed that the secret behind maintaining her stunning figure was giving up the odd glass of wine proclaiming: "Since I gave up drinking eight months ago I have never felt better".