Sam Smith dons sheer outfit as they glitter up for Sydney’s Mardi Gras party

Sam Smith donned a statement sheer outfit for their recent 2020 Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras in Sydney on February 29.

The 27-year-old How Do You Sleep singer proudly fashioned the casual suit, which was printed with bold neon patterns, as they partied among the crowds.

Sam paired their look with a sheer white and lace embroidered top and finished the outfit with shimmery eyeshadow and a lick of eyeliner.

They also opted for a simple necklace and showered themselves in glitter for the sparkly getup.

The British musician also shared a series of social media videos with their 14.6 million Instagram followers ahead of their exciting Mardi Gras appearance.

The Dancing With A Stranger singer teased several clips from their single ‘To Die For’ before filming the pre-celebrations with pals.

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“Happy gay Christmas,” they wrote alongside a tour of an apartment adorned with rainbow flags.

At another point later in the video, they zoom in on two pals, one of which opted for a unicorn headband ahead of the party.

Sam is currently down under where, as well as joining in the state celebrations, they are promoting their upcoming album.

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Earlier in the week, they shared their excitement at touching down in the sunny Australian city of Sydney ahead of the Mardi Gras parties.

“Sydney. I'm home, and I can't wait for this weekend. I'm a Mardi Gras virgin and I'm ready for my cherry to be popped,” they captioned.

The event celebrated its 42nd annual parade this year and saw thousands of supporters and party goers take to the streets..

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At one point during the Saturday night celebrations, the parade reportedly had to be paused so one protester could be removed as they attempted to stop the floats passing.

The celebration of LGBTQI+ culture, which was guarded by scores of police, has garnered the support of companies such as Qantas and Vodafone and welcomed a variety of communities to join the celebrations.

As well as Sam Smith, singer Dua Lipa also made an appearance during the parade ahead of a performance later in the evening.

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