Pixie Lott stole the show as she performed at a fundraising event held by the Jewish Care's Holocaust Survivors Centre in London.
The All About Tonight singer, 23, rocked the stage in a figure-hugging black dress with sheer panels.
Her performance went down a treat for the 350 guests who were attending the Annual Young Patrons Dinner, with Pixie tweeting a sweet message at the end of the night.
"Honoured to perform #YJC dinner raising funds for #Holocaust Survivors tonight — truly memorable @Jewish_Care," she posted.
Another star of the evening was Polish-born Holocaust survivor and member of the centre, Renee Salt.
"Seventy five years ago Hitler set out to destroy the Jewish race — miraculously, he did not succeed," said Renee. "I was a child at the time, one of the few who survived to tell my story.
"Those of us who live in London are fortunate to have access to the Holocaust Survivors' Centre, which brings together survivors like myself. The Centre offers warmth, familiarity and comfort to help us contend with the traumatic legacy of the Holocaust."
The charity event, held at the Marriott Hotel in Grosvenor Square, raised over £145,000 for the centre.