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Rachel Stevens looks radiant in black sequined dress as she departs Proud Embankment

Rachel Stevens looks radiant in black sequined dress as she departs Proud Embankment after hosting Cabaret All Stars show

She is set to host a number of shows at Proud Embankment this month. 

And Rachel Stevens looked in good spirits as she departed the venue after hosting Cabaret All Stars on Wednesday.

The S Club 7 star, 42, cut a glamorous figure for the evening as she donned a black long-sleeved dress with a sequined embellishment.

Stunning: Rachel Stevens looked in good spirits as she departed Proud Embankment after hosting Cabaret All Stars on Wednesday

Adding height to her frame with a pair of matching heels, Rachel carried a silver bag and a bouquet of flowers with her after the show.

The singer styled her blonde locks into a ponytail while she added to her look with a pair of hoop earrings.  

Rachel is hosting shows at the venue alongside Blue singer Duncan James.

Cabaret All Stars is a Vegas style show with Denise Van Outen recently enjoying a successful run of shows at Proud Embankment.  

Style: The S Club 7 star, 42, cut a glamorous figure for the evening as she donned a black long-sleeved dress with a sequined embellishment

Style: The S Club 7 star, 42, cut a glamorous figure for the evening as she donned a black long-sleeved dress with a sequined embellishment

Rachel recently revealed that her eldest daughter Amalie, nine, plans to follow in her musical footsteps and dreams of becoming a singer just like her famous mum.

She told MailOnline she fully supports her daughter’s passion and admitted that both Amalie and her youngest, Minnie, six, are ‘performers’.

Discussing her families’ love of music, she said: ‘We’ve always got music on in our house, my kids have now got the buzz. Amalie’s definitely wants to be a singer, that’s going to be her career.’

Radiant: Adding height to her frame with a pair of matching heels, Rachel carried a silver bag and a bouquet of flowers with her after the show

Radiant: Adding height to her frame with a pair of matching heels, Rachel carried a silver bag and a bouquet of flowers with her after the show

Looking good: The singer styled her blonde locks into a ponytail while she added to her look with a pair of hoop earrings

Looking good: The singer styled her blonde locks into a ponytail while she added to her look with a pair of hoop earrings

Looking good: The singer styled her blonde locks into a ponytail while she added to her look with a pair of hoop earrings 

Future: Rachel recently revealed that her eldest daughter Amalie, nine, plans to follow in her musical footsteps and dreams of becoming a singer just like her famous mum

Future: Rachel recently revealed that her eldest daughter Amalie, nine, plans to follow in her musical footsteps and dreams of becoming a singer just like her famous mum

Rachel added that music has been a ‘natural’ progression for her child, who ‘fell in love with singing’, as she admitted she has ‘gently’ encouraged her passion.

The former band member also touched on her own singing career, and said: ‘Music is such a big part of our lives. 

‘I haven’t recorded for ages, but it comes up now and again, I talk about it and think about it.

‘There’s potential might want to do some more shows, or music of some kind, I just don’t know what way yet.’

Family: She told MailOnline she fully supports her daughter's passion and admitted that both Amalie and her youngest, Minnie, six, are 'performers'.

Family: She told MailOnline she fully supports her daughter’s passion and admitted that both Amalie and her youngest, Minnie, six, are ‘performers’.

Passion: Rachel added that music has been a 'natural' progression for her child, who 'fell in love with singing', as she admitted she has 'gently' encouraged her passion

Passion: Rachel added that music has been a ‘natural’ progression for her child, who ‘fell in love with singing’, as she admitted she has ‘gently’ encouraged her passion

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