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Nikki Webster, 34, turns heads in a red jumpsuit in Sydney after a TV appearance

Making a comeback? Nikki Webster, 34, turns heads in a red jumpsuit and sky-high heels in Sydney following a TV appearance


She’s the former child star who shot to fame after her starring role in the opening ceremony of the 2000 Sydney Olympics.

And on Tuesday, Nikki Webster turned heads as she hopped into a taxi in Sydney following a TV appearance. 

The 34-year-old, known for her hit song Strawberry Kisses, was seen leaving the Seven studios after an interview on The Morning Show.

Making a comeback? Nikki Webster, 34, turned heads in a red jumpsuit in Sydney on Tuesday, after a TV appearance

Nikki looked stylish in a figure-hugging red jumpsuit and sky-high heels. 

She wore her long blonde locks out and over her shoulders with two braids at the top and natural-looking makeup. 

Nikki looked thrilled as she hopped into her cab, smiling underneath her face mask. 

Stepping out: The 34-year-old, known for the song Strawberry Kisses, was seen out and about after appearing on Seven's The Morning Show

Stepping out: The 34-year-old, known for the song Strawberry Kisses, was seen out and about after appearing on Seven’s The Morning Show

‘As always such a fun morning @MorningShowon7 thank you Kylie and Larry for all your support, means the world to me x,’ Nikki later wrote on Instagram.

Last year, Nikki responded to calls to have her perform at the Brisbane Games in 2032. 

‘I’d love to perform in Brisbane. Who wouldn’t?’ Nikki told Woman’s Day at the time. 

She called TV presenter Deborah Knight’s petition for her return ‘very humbling’.

Claim to fame: Last year, Nikki responded to calls to have her perform at the Brisbane Games in 2032. The former child star captured the hearts of the world at the opening and closing ceremonies of the Sydney Games in 2000, at the tender age of 13

Claim to fame: Last year, Nikki responded to calls to have her perform at the Brisbane Games in 2032. The former child star captured the hearts of the world at the opening and closing ceremonies of the Sydney Games in 2000, at the tender age of 13

‘The Olympics are always a very special time for me, so to be thought of in that way is just incredible,’ she added. 

The former child star captured the hearts of the world at the opening and closing ceremonies of the Sydney Games in 2000, at the tender age of 13.

Nikki recently resurfaced in a new campaign for Boost Juice’s ‘Strawb’s Kisses’ – playing on the name of her hit song Strawberry Kisses.

While she is now a mother and dance studio owner, some fans clearly still think of her as a pre-teen pop star.

‘Thanks for making me feel old, Boost Juice,’ one Facebook user commented, while another added: ‘Wow, so grown up…’

Since her performance at the Olympics, Nikki has opened three dance schools, released eight albums and co-authored a children’s book called Dare to Dream. 

Shocking fans: Meanwhile earlier this year, Nikki resurfaced in a new campaign for Boost Juice's 'Strawb's Kisses' - playing on the name of her hit song Strawberry Kisses

Shocking fans: Meanwhile earlier this year, Nikki resurfaced in a new campaign for Boost Juice’s ‘Strawb’s Kisses’ – playing on the name of her hit song Strawberry Kisses

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