Florence Welch wow in a stylish plunging lace dress when she performed at iHeartRadio in Burbank, California Tuesday.
The frontwoman of Florence And The Machine, 35, turned her head when she arrived on stage in the pure ensemble.
The singer showed off her impressive song as she lifted her arms and draped lace sleeves on her boho chic dress.
Stylish: Florence Welch wow in a plump lace dress when she performed at iHeartRadio on Tuesday with Florence + the Machine in Burbank, California
They love her trademark flame red locks cascading past her shoulder as she wore natural makeup to take the stage by storm.
Florence looked sensational as she danced barefoot on stage to entertain the audience.
Recently, the star revealed that it is ‘a miracle’ that she did not have a recurrence of eating disorders during lockdown.
Boho chic: The frontwoman of Florence And The Machine, 35, turned her head when she arrived on stage in the pure ensemble
Florence has previously spoken out about overcoming her eating disorder, fighting anorexia, and deciding to give up drinking eight years ago and embrace sobriety.
But Florence says she thought about her old treacherous eating patterns during the coronavirus pandemic, and admitted British Vogue ‘it’s a slippery slope’ when that once starts to happen.
In the interview, she said: ‘If you are sober, it is unfiltered reality every day all day long. You do not get a brain break.
Looks good: The singer showed off her impressive song as she lifted her arms and draped lace sleeves on her boho chic dress
‘I f *** really empathize with everyone who came back in those two years because I think it was probably the closest I’ve ever thought about it.
“There were times when I was like, ‘Should I start cutting back on my sugar? Or should I do a cleansing?’ And that to me is just a smooth slope.
‘Anorexia gives a sense of security, because you’re just like, I’ll check this out.’
High spirits: Florence looked sensational as she danced around the stage barefoot
The star went on to talk about the strong support network she has around her to prevent her from having a relapse.
She said: ‘Luckily I have people I can talk to and that’s one of the most important things for everyone – to talk about it. And not to be ashamed when those thoughts come up. ‘
In 2018, the Shake admitted to the Out-hitmaker that she feared she would die if she did not give up alcohol, even though she felt that being an ‘extreme identity’ was a big part of who she was.
She said: ‘Being an extreme drinker was a big part of my identity. Music and alcohol are sort of my first two loves.
Incredible: she kept her trademark flaming red locks over her shoulder while wearing natural makeup to take the stage by storm
‘When I stopped, there was a feeling that I was letting go of a ghost of rock history that I just could not take anymore. It was monumental.
“It was not like, ‘I want to be healthy and I need to change a pace.’ It was like, ‘I’m going to die. I have to stop. ‘ ‘
Florence spoke boldly about overcoming her eating disorder earlier, saying: ‘I have not weighed myself in four years – I have no idea how much I weigh now.
‘Five years ago I could tell you how many mornings, nights, clothes on, clothes off. With and without jewelry.
‘To let go of that sometimes feels like a bigger achievement than heading Glastonbury.’
However, no matter how far she has come, the superstar admitted that she still has bouts of insecurity and social media seems to make that worse.
She said: ‘I can still get off the stage with an applauding crowd and go back to sitting alone in my room, scrolling through my phone until I have found enough things to make me really unhappy.
‘While I love social media as a way to connect, it’s also a handy tool to dig into your own personalized shame hole.’
Reliving: She seemed to be having a great time performing at the iHeartRadio Theater
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