THE Voice hopeful Sarah Cassidy shows her cheeky side in a series of saucy snaps from her first shot at pop stardom.
The former Miss Scotland finalist wowed the celebrity judges on Saturday night’s show with a powerful version of Al Green’s Let’s Stay Together.
And, as our exclusive snaps show, stylish Sarah’s come a long way from her days with raunchy girl group Lemonescent 10 years ago.
One picture shows her leaving very little to the imagination as she cavorts on stage at Hampden in a tiny mini-kilt.
The singers set pulses racing as they appeared with acts like Cheryl Cole and Liberty X before splitting in 2005.
But Glasgow beauty Sarah, 31, admitted she’s more nervous singing on The Voice.
She said: “We played a lot of big arenas and it was a great experience but it was so different to The Voice.
“I feel like I’m sticking my neck on the line more and that made me so nervous.
“I used to do gigs in front of thousands and I’d enjoy it, but that doesn’t mean I’m OK with the pressure of being on a TV show like this.”
Sarah won rave reviews from Sir Tom Jones, Will.i.am and Danny O’Donoghue on Saturday’s edition of the BBC1 talent show.
She even sparked a battle between Jessie J and Danny, as she won a spot on the Price Tag star’s team.
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