Kimberley Walsh is ready for winter in sexy knitted jumper dress
She's raising the roof in the West End right now and Kimberley Walsh is also rocking her winter wardrobe too.
The 34-year-old was pictured leaving the Dominion Theatre in London after performing in Elf: The Musical, where she looked incredible in a knitted jumper dress.
The former Girls Aloud singer wore the number under a chic camel coat, staving off the cold with a pair of black tights.
She gave herself some added inches with a pair of black suede ankle boots which lengthened her toned legs.
Kimberley was sporting perfectly blow-dried hair for the outing, which consisted of loose curls and wore a slick of berry red lipstick, adding a pop of colour to her ensemble.
The festive show - which is based on the 2003 Christmas film starring Will Ferrell - was slammed for its extortionate ticket prices before it opened to the public.
But Kimberley has proved herself as a talented actress with critics complimenting her 'beautiful' singing voice which is worth shelling out £240 for.
According to the website: 'Elf is the hilarious tale of Buddy, a young orphan child who mistakenly crawls into Santa’s bag of gifts and is transported back to the North Pole.
Unaware that he is actually human, Buddy’s enormous size and poor toy-making abilities cause him to face the truth.'
The Evening Standard branded her a 'delight', 'tuneful' and 'engaging' with not enough air time in its review.
While The Londonist's critic went one stop further to say she was the best thing about the production.
'Apart from the female lead - Girl's Aloud's Kimberley Walsh who sings beautifully - you'd be hard pushed to justify shelling out that much,' they wrote.
However, The Guardian's reviewer wasn't convinced she has a future in West-End acting,
Their verdict stated: 'The saving grace for me is Ben Forster, winner of ITV’s talent-spotting Superstar, as Buddy.
'He bounds through the evening with an anarchic glee that suggests he would be a perfect Puck in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, sings the mostly anodyne songs with total conviction and has the priceless knack of getting on terms with an audience.'
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