Eliza Wear-little! Singer Doolittle doesn't leave much to the imagination in her skimpy green top at Olympic Torch Relay concert
18:35 GMT, 26 July 2012
Eliza Doolittle has become well-known for her signature shorts look.
But its unlikely anyone would be talking about her shorts today when she stepped on stage in a very skimpy green Lycra top.
Performing at the Coca Cola London 2012 Olympic Torch Relay concert, the Pack Up singer narrowly avoided being overexposed by the tiny bits of green material.
That's doesn't leave much to the the imagination: Eliza Doolittle shows off a lot of flesh in a green top and shorts at the Coca-Cola London 2012 Olympic Torch Relay concert in Hyde Park
Put your hands up: The singer got the crowd clapping along to one of her hits
The 24-year-old star opted for the risqu outfit as she performed to 80,000 people during a gloriously hot summer day in Hyde Park.
Her performance comes a day after she ran with the Olympic torch in Haringey, North London.
She was so thrilled with the honour, she tweeted photos of the gold torch in her bed.
Designer labels: The singer teamed her top with a pair of Karl Lagerfeld shorts
Feeling hot: No doubt the warm weather inspired the singer's outfit
She tweeted: 'It was such an honour to relay run yesterday with such inspirational people ! I'm still so overwhelmed ! What an experience !'
The torch made its way across north London yesterday, with 153 torchbearers carrying the flame on a 30 mile journey through Brent, Barnet, Enfield and Haringey.
Other Torchbearers included Harry Potter star Rupert Grint, Olympic silver medallist Nathan Robertson and the oldest female to take part in the London 2012 Torch Relay – 100-year-old Diana Gould.
Honoured: Her performances comes a day after she ran with the torch in North London
Kicking things off: Rapper Wretch 32 was the first to perform
Double Olympic champion Daley Thompson was the final torchbearer of the day.
Today's concert was hosted by Lisa Snowdon and Dave Berry – the breakfast show presenters on Capital FM.
The pair of them had carried the torch in Merton, South West London on Wednesday.
Rapper Wretch 32 was the first to perform at the gig, performing his hits including Traktor, Don't Go and Unorthodox.
Rocking out: You Me At Six frontman Josh Franceschi wows the crowd
Going for gold: Capital FM breakfast presenters Lisa Snowdon and Dave Berry, who carried the torch in Merton, South West London on Monday
Urban stars: Singer Katy B with her torch (left) and rapper Wretch 32
Olympic fever: The concert drew thousands to Hyde Park