Do it like an Olympian: Jessie J runs through her set at the rehearsal of the closing ceremony
14:53 GMT, 10 August 2012
It's undeniable that Jessie J has a big voice but on Sunday the songstress will show just had big her voice is when she takes centre stage at the closing ceremony for the London 2012 Olympics.
The Do It Like A Dude star singer was pictured yesterday running through her set which is sure to wow everyone who tunes into what is set to be an epic show.
Sat on the backseat of a convertible Rolls Royce Phantom dressed in a nude leotard which was embellished with silver and black sequins, Jessie looked like she was gearing up for the performance of her lifetime.
Doing it for Britain: Jessie J was pictured at the dress rehearsal for the closing ceremony of the 2012 Olympics
Still working her new look, the 24-year-old let her dark wavy locks fall at her shoulders and kept her makeup simple with a lashing of red lipstick.
As members of the production team looked on Jessie gave worked her vocals as she got used to the feel of the stage.
Giving it her all: Jessie was seen belting out a note as members of production looked on
Rocking out with a legend: The Who You Are performer then took to the stage with Brian May
Gearing up for an epic showing: Jessie stood side by side with the Queen guitarist
After a quick outfit change, Jessie was seen on the stage alongside rock legend Brian May who had his guitar in hand.
As May rocked out, Jessie was seen whipping her hair back and forth as she showed off her flexibility.
And showing off her slim figure, the Who You Are performer donned a glittery gold catsuit which had an arm and leg missing.
Dressing down for her final performance, Jessie then joined Pass Out rapper Tinie Tempah and Higher singer Taio Cruz on the stage.
Showing off her moves: The former BRIT school student whipped her hair back and fourth
With the boys: The English singer and songwriter then joined Tinie Tempah and Taio Cruz on stage
Keeping it causal: Jessie changed into a pink knitted jumper and a pair of leggings
On wheels: Tinie Tempah also arrived to the stage via a flashy car
Other stars seen at yesterday's rehearsals included Annie Lennox, the Pet Shop Boys, and George Michael, who has already revealed he is to perform.
David Arnold, the closing ceremony's musical director, has said the Olympic Stadium spectacle, which is expected to be watched by millions, will reflect the nation as a whole.
The composer, who has written music for Bond films and the hit BBC show Sherlock, added that it would be based around 30 classic pieces of British music.
Take That have been widely tipped to
appear, although singer Gary Barlow's presence is in doubt after his
daughter Poppy was stillborn.
It is also reported the event will feature models of London landmarks including Tower Bridge and St Paul's Cathedral.
said: 'We're trying to have moments where someone from the Cotswolds
watching it on TV and someone from a tower block overlooking it in the
East End will be able to find something in it of which they can say,
“That's us, really that's Britain”.'
Going hard: Annie Lennox showed up in massive red and black gown
Leading a voyageur: The 57-year-old was seen with a group of dancers who were all dressed in black
In good health: George Michael kept it simple in comparison to Lennox
Patriotic wellington boots: Emeli Sand, who performed during the opening ceremony, was also at rehearsals
Today it has been reported that a number of extra Olympic closing ceremony tickets could be made available to the public, but not until the day of the event.
Organisers have held back some tickets because they were unable to predict exactly how many seats would be needed for the show until the Olympic Stadium is set up for Sunday night.
When asked if more tickets would go on sale, Locog's director of communications Jackie Brock-Doyle said: We will know when we can move everything in – the set into the stadium – which will be the night before.'
Brock-Doyle added: 'During the night they move and change that stadium from the athletics into the ceremony so that may free up some tickets on the day.'
She continued: 'But until they do that, we've had to hold some in contingency until we really know what some of those sight-lines will be.'
'As you can imagine, nothing from that closing ceremony set has ever set foot in the stadium.'
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