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Charli XCX debates wearing a bikini in a British club

Published 05/09/2016

Charli XCX
Charli XCX

Charli XCX has revealed that she loves to wear swimwear on a night out.

Charli XCX isn’t sure how wearing a bikini in a club will go down when she returns to the U.K.

The British singer is currently travelling the globe playing gigs, her most recent being at Las Vegas’ SLS Hotel. With temperatures reaching almost 100 degrees (37 degrees Celsius) Charli, 24, rocked a bright yellow bikini with thigh-high boots to keep cool in the heat, though it may not be an ensemble you’ll see her in once she gets back home.

“I literally nearly died when I came off stage it was so hot," she told People magazine after her Sin City performance.

“I'm just really into wearing bikinis at the moment. Like I've been going to clubs and stuff in bikinis and skirts, that's my new thing. I don't know how that's going to work when I go back to the U.K.”

The brunette beauty accessorised her head-turning two-piece with yellow sunglasses, matching chunky bracelets and a yellow jacket tied around her waist to create a sarong-like finish.

Her tiny bikini also gave onlookers a good look at her immaculately toned figure, though she admitted to that despite her diet, she was “off the bandwagon” for the bash.

“(Las) Vegas is just like adults' Disneyland,” she smiled. “I'm so excited.”

It seems the Boom Clap singer had indulgent treats on the mind during her visit, as she hinted at with a funny caption on Instagram. Alongside a photo of herself looking slightly gormless after the gig, the star joked: “when u (sic) see a slice of pizza in the distance and u (sic) can't stop drooling”.

While Charli has previously revealed she’s all about juices while on tour the musician insists she’d never do a juice detox as she needs plenty of nutrients due to being anaemic.

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