She entertained the nation with her Kitchen Discos during the Covid crisis.
And Sophie Ellis-Bextor finally got the chance to perform live again when she attended an event in the brand’s London store on Thursday to celebrate a collaboration between Diet Coke and SMEG.
The singer, 42, wowed in a black and white polka dot mini dress that she combined with stylish red stilettos when she delivered an energetic performance at the start.
To sing! Sophie Ellis-Bextor finally had the chance to perform live again on Thursday at an event to celebrate a collaboration between Diet Coke and SMEG in the brand’s London store
Sophie’s crossover satin ensemble had long sleeves and a plunging neckline when she took the stage.
Her raven locks were styled in loose curls and the singer added a little more glamor with red lipstick.
She delighted the guests with live performances of her hits ‘Murder on the Dancefloor’ and ‘If This Aint Love’.
Sophie appeared in front of a small crowd in front of a huge SMEG refrigerator that was branded with Diet Coke.
Style: The 42-year-old singer wowed in a black and white polka dot mini dress that she combined with stylish red stilettos
Stunning: Her raven locks were styled in loose curls and the singer added a little more glamor with red lipstick
The star posed for a series of snapshots with attendees at the venue, including model Jack Guinness.
Meme Lord himself, Raven Smith, turned party night owls into live memes with his quick jokes and cheeky captions, all against the backdrop of celebrity Jack Guinness on the (kitchen sink) decks.
Sophie quipped, ‘Folks, you look like you’re having the best time staring at a 42 year old mom dancing for Coke in front of a huge refrigerator door! You must have needed that! ‘
The event was intended to celebrate the first SMEG and Coca-Cola partnership on a new retro-style refrigerator that will mark its 50th birthday.
The SMEG 1971 Unity FAB28 refrigerator will be clad in a unique work of art and will be launched later in 2021.
Pose: The star posed for a series of snapshots with attendees at the venue, including model Jack Guinness
Work it! Sophie posed in front of the huge fridge with writer Raven Smith and Jack
Sophie entertained the nation last year with her Kitchen Discos, paying tribute to those who kept people going during the Covid crisis with a special setlist and special shout-outs.
She looked amazing during the live stream shared on BT’s YouTube and wowed in a glittery purple sequin mini dress.
During the virtual event, operated by BT’s Hybrid Broadband and powered by EE’s cellular network, the star celebrated the “unbreakable heroes,” including Laura Llewelyn Jones, co-founder of the West End of Wales Orchestra.
Other nominees included Chris Jowsey of Scotland, who held online pub quizzes every week during the lockdown, and Kerry Irving, who documented her daily dog walks with Springer Spaniels Max, Paddy and Harry.
Sophie, who hosted a kitchen disco during the lockdown, said, “I partnered with BT to celebrate the unsung members of the public who used the power of the internet to help people connect and connect in their own way stay motivated.
‘BT’s Unbreakable Disco will be a special moment to celebrate those everyday Unbreakables that kept us going during tougher times, with a setlist dedicated to the heroes and some special shout-outs.
New Product: The event was intended to celebrate SMEG and Coca-Cola’s first partnership on a new retro-style refrigerator that marks its 50th birthday
Exciting: The SMEG 1971 Unity FAB28 refrigerator will be clad with a unique work of art and will be launched later in 2021
“I’m excited to dance the night away to honor all of the inspiring stories that emerge from the lockdown.”
In addition to Sophie in the top 10 celebs who made a difference, workout king Joe Wicks, Fearne Cotton and their dancing kitties, Dr. Alex George of Love Island and comedian Romesh Ranganathan.
In addition to chef Gordon Ramsay, the top 10 included singers Myleene Klass, Gary Barlow and Chris Martin.
Sharon Meadows, Director of Propositions, BT’s Consumer Division, said, “Our quest for the country’s unbreakables is to recognize the countless unsung heroes in every community who used the power of the internet to help others through this troubled time.
“Whether through online fundraising, entertaining people online, or making sure family members stayed connected during the lockdown.
“Having access to a reliable broadband connection was an essential part of making this possible, so we’re proud to celebrate the country’s unbreakables as we roll out our new hybrid broadband service.”
Star: Sophie entertained the nation with her Kitchen Discos last year, recognizing those who kept people going with a special setlist during the Covid crisis