Frankie Bridge displays her stunning abs as shes praised for theatre success

Frankie Bridge looked amazing as she stepped out following a performance of the West End show 2:22: A Ghost Story.

The former Saturdays singer wore a matching set of black loungewear that showed off her midriff and amazing abs.

The 34 year old smiled for the camera and took pictures with fans, smiling for the camera while wearing a minimal makeup look and letting her hair flow down her back.

Frankie debuted her performance as Lauren at the beginning of August, taking over the role from Sophia Bush.

The play has had numerous famous faces fill the role such as Cheryl Cole, who played Jenny earlier this year, and EastEnders’ Jake Wood who played Ben during its 2021 and 2023 run.

On joining the cast, she said: “Never one to do things by halves, it’s an honour to be making my West End debut on such a clever, suspense-filled production and I couldn’t be more excited to join the cast.

“Lauren is a joy to play with so many layers and emotions to explore. I can’t wait for you to meet her.”

Fans have praised Frankie’s performance on social media.

Frankie Bridge displays her stunning abs as she's praised for theatre successOne fan wrote on Twitter: “Saw 2:22 A Ghost Story last night and it was superb! I was gutted that Sophia Bush wasn't in it because she was ill but Frankie Bridge was an excellent replacement. Highly recommended.”

On Instagram, a fan posted a photo of the front of the Lyric Theatre where the play is being performed and wrote: “Finally got to see 2:22 – A Ghost Story! It’s a shame I didn’t get to see @sophiabush as I’d planned but @frankiebridge was great too as well as all the other cast.”

Frankie, who recently tried ‘Barbie Botox’ recently appeared as a panelist on Loose Women on August 22 recalled when a random man kissed her without her consent.

She explained: "I was talking to someone else and a man came in and grabbed my head and pulled me round and kissed me right on the lips.”

She continued by saying that it “really shook me up.”

"And before I even had time to register what had happened, he walked away and I was just kind of left there.

"Luckily, we had security and he scooped me up, basically, and took me inside and it really knocked me. Really shook me up. It's made me even more nervous in those kinds of situations, now."

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