Olly Alexander wore an Ann Summers bodysuit during his very queer TV special and fans are obsessed
Olly Alexander wore a sparkly bodysuit from Ann Summers during his New Year’s Eve special and fans are obsessed.
The singer performed in the outfit on The Big New Years & Years Eve Party, which aired on the BBC to ring in 2022.
It was headlined by Years & Years who performed hits including “Sanctify” and “Sweet Talker” on the live, queer spectacular.
This was complete with some sickening outfits, including the bodysuit, which was paired with chunky gold jewellery.
Ann Summers tweeted about the look, saying: “Can we have a little commotion for Olly Alexander in the Mystic Sparkle Bodystocking”.
It’s safe to say that fans loved the outfit, with comments ranging from “that outfit is so pretty omg” to just “camp”, of course.
Another said: “I thought you were joking in the live recording when you said it was from Ann Summers! You look amazing in it!”.
While someone else added: “And the first 2022 award for pushing boundaries goes to Olly Alexander – good for you”.
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Somebody else noted that hopefully it’s a sign of what’s to come from Olly, writing: “My favourite of so many great looks. Can’t wait to see the tour wardrobe”.
The £15 bodysuit is described as “perfect for making a statement inside or outside the bedroom” and features all-over diamante detailing.
The full-length sleeve piece is available in sizes small to extra large and it’s currently on sale on the Ann Summers website.
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During the very queer television special on BBC on New Year’s Eve, Olly was joined by the Pet Shop Boys, Kylie Minogue and Drag Race UK season three stars.
He teamed up with Pet Shop Boys to perform their collaboration “Dreamland” and iconic hit “It’s A Sin”, which is also the name of the hit TV series starring Alexander.
Years & Years are touring the UK in 2022
Fans can catch Years & Years live this year, as Olly is touring the UK in support of the upcoming album Night Call.
Announcing the tour, Olly posted on social media: “This is your night call, join me for a moment in the stars, become your deepest destiny and transform your night into something spectacular.”
He confirmed that the tour will stop off at venues in Brighton, Bournemouth, Birmingham, London, Manchester and Glasgow between 19 May and 25 June.
Tickets for the tour are now on sale and you can get them from Ticketmaster here.