PUBLISHED: 19:20, 7 July 2018 | UPDATED: 23:19, 7 July 2018
She's always been one to turn heads.
And Sinitta continued to dominate the stage as she flaunted her envy-inducing physique in a barely-there rainbow two-piece during London's Pride Festival on Saturday.
The So Macho songstress, 54, almost spilled out of her itsy-bitsy strapless bardot top as she paraded around the stage for her energetic performance.
Sinitta's endless stems and perky posterior were on full display in her scanty multicolored bikini bottoms and she confidently danced in sky-high platform heels.
The Toy Boy beauty styled her purple-dyed locks in pin straight as she injected even more colour with a vibrant red lip.
Sinitta belted her hits to the adoring crowd during her high-octane performance, and shared the stage with X Factor 2016 runner up Saara Alto, who proudly rocked the rainbow on a white cropped T-shirt.
Recently, in an emotional interview with The Mirror, the 1980s singer lifted the lid on her personal experience with sexual assault after finding the strength to speak out.
She described how she allegedly fought off a sex attack from an unidentified male at Simon Cowell's French Riveria mansion, as well as discussing the other five times she was allegedly assaulted - each by a different man.
In an extract from her video book, Who Put The Sin In Sinitta, the singer said she was left 'traumatised' when a senior music industry figure tried to force her to perform a sex act during a meeting at her home in London in the 1990s.
Shimmering: Taking an more theatrical turn, Sinitta draped the sparkling metallic sequins over her face and wrapped up in a gold cape
I remember being sat down and he was stood up, he started to unzip his trousers and exposed his manhood,' she said.
'He grabbed the back of my head and tried to force me towards him.
'I pushed him away and told him my mother would be arriving soon, which was a lie, he eventually left, I felt traumatised.'
The star confessed initially she thought he initially wanted to 'help her career' but learnt 'people always wanted more'.