Jess Glynne looked as stunning as ever as she soaked up the sun during a relaxing getaway to Ibiza on Saturday.
The singer, 33, showed off her incredible figure in an orange leopard print bikini with green woven detailing, which she styled with beige sliders.
She accessorised her beachwear with an array of silver necklaces and large hoop earrings, while she shielded her eyes with rectangular sunglasses.
Jess tucked her rouge plaited tresses under a beige cap as she cooled off with a dip in the ocean and chatted to her pal.
Her getaway comes after Jess said she thinks it was ‘really sad’ no women were nominated for Best Artist at the BRIT Awards, following a gender neutral overhaul.
Sun-kissed: Jess Glynne looked as stunning as ever as she soaked up the sun during a relaxing getaway to Ibiza on Saturday
Wow! The singer, 33, showed off her incredible figure in an orange leopard print bikini with green woven detailing, which she styled with beige sliders
All smiles: She accessorised her beachwear with an array of silver necklaces and large hoop earrings, while she shielded her eyes with rectangular sunglasses
The pop star has been nominated for nine gongs at the ceremony, including twice in the Best Female category before it was axed in favour of gender-neutral categories.
Speaking about the lack of women in the Best Artist category at the 2023 BRIT Awards earlier this year, Jess told how she thinks things have to change.
She told The Sun: ‘It’s really sad and it shouldn’t be that way. Something’s got to change.’
However, Jess admitted that she understood the reason for the decision and declared that everyone ‘deserves to have a voice’ and ‘to be seen how they want to be seen’.
‘For me, all I’ll say is that I’m very proud to be the woman I am,’ she added.
In 2021, the BRIT Awards announced it would be abolishing its male and female categories, in bid to celebrate artists ‘solely for their music’.
Jess then went on to reveal how she had been ‘suppressed from being a woman’ and showcasing her body by ‘controlling’ music industry bosses.
Stripping down to promote her new single What Do You Do? she said: ‘I wasn’t allowed to feel [sexy] or do those things because I was controlled, in a way.’
Relaxing: Jess was seen strolling down the jetty before heading for a dip in the sea to cool off
Good spirits: Jess was seen laughing and smiling as she made the most of the sunny holiday
Stylish: Jess added a pop of colour to her ensemble with a bright pink manicure
Chic: Jess looked as stylish as ever in her colourful beachwear ensemble
Girls trip! Jess then headed back to her deckchair to soak up the sun after enjoying a quick swim
But she reassured fans that her new team help her embrace who she is. Jess is now managed by Jay-Z’s label Roc Nation who she said had total faith in her and ‘believed anything was possible’.
What Do You Do is the star’s second single of the year, the first Silly Me, dropped in April 2023, after she took a three year hiatus.
She appears to have dug deep for emotional inspiration, as she sings in her new tune: ‘I keep falling in and out of the same mistakes. What do you do when love is not enough? You hold on when you know you should give up.’
But in spite of the mellow lyrics, Jess has turned the song into an upbeat banger, which is sure to play at Ibiza beach clubs all summer long.
Speaking about her new single, Jess said: ‘This type of record is one of my favourites to make – wearing my heart on my sleeve matched with a beat that makes you want to move.
‘Sometimes we all need to escape our sadness and thoughts and be free to dance in the music.’
She continued: ‘Feeling hope through whatever it is you’re going through is a must for me, so if this is what you need right now, I hope this does it for you.’
The track will appear on Jess’ third studio album, and was written by Jess, Simon Wilcox, Jeremy Melvin and Stuart Price and produced by Chrome Sparks and Stuart Price.
Stylish: Jess tucked her rouge plaited tresses under a beige cap as she cooled off with a dip in the ocean and chatted to her pal
Balmy: Jess shielded her face from the bright sunshine with her cap amid the balmy temperatures
Helping hand: Jess was seen being given a hand as she climbed out of the sea and back on to the jetty
Candid: Her getaway comes after Jess (pictured in 2019) said she thinks it was ‘really sad’ no women were nominated for Best Artist at the BRIT Awards after a gender neutral overhaul
Success: The pop star has been nominated for nine gongs at the ceremony, including twice in the Best Female category before it was axed in favour of gender-neutral categories
In an exclusive interview with MailOnline, Jess revealed her new music is much more ‘vulnerable’ than her previous hits.
She said: ‘The new stuff is vulnerable. I have been through a lot in my career and personal life and that has definitely taught me a lot and I have grown from it. I think the songs show that and what I have been through a little bit.
‘I am excited, I love this new song which is coming out next Friday. I get nervous about everything though, going on stage nervous about releasing.’
The pop star added: ‘I think that’s normal though shows I care. I guess it’s been 5 years which is a long time.’