Alicia Key’s showcased her enviable curves as she took to the Red Cross ball stage Monaco on Monday evening.
The singer, 41, looked gorgeous in a metallic catsuit which hugged every inch of her fantastic figure as she entertained the audience at the Sporting d’eta Club.
The ensemble featured sheer detailing with bejewelled applique neckline and a thin belt accentuating her svelte waist.
Showstopper: Alicia Keys, 41, showcased her enviable curves in a metallic catsuit as she stormed the stage at the Red Cross gala in Monaco on Monday
The £3000 a ticket charity ball is one of the largest charity galas in the world, which helps raise money for the humanitarian organisation.
Alicia layered the look with a cropped black tuxedo jacket which sported oversized shoulder pads and large lapels.
Carrying the sparkle into her accessorises, the New York State Of Mind hitmaker opted for a pair of large diamond hoop earrings.
Stunning: The ensemble featured sheer detailing with bejewelled applique and a thin belt accentuating her svelte waist
Choosing a natural make-up look the singer wore her raven tresses in an extremely long braid with she wrapped in a high bun.
Alicia belted out a number of her most famous hits both at the piano and as she strutted her stuff across the large stage.
She passionately stood at the instrument as she entertained the audience following their sumptuous dinner and cocktails.
Sing it: She passionately stood at the instrument as she entertained the audience following their sumptuous dinner and cocktails
Hello? Alicia joked with the audience as she retrieved a mobile phone from her pocket
Each year following the musical performance fireworks then light up the Monaco sky.
First started in 1948 other artist who have already performed at the gala include: Ella Fitzgerald, Joséphine Baker, Frank Sinatra, Elton John, Stevie Wonder and Lionel Richie.
Then at midnight Prince Albert of Monaco then officially announces the Ball open and the guests are invited to the dance floor.
Sensational: The performance was enhance by a large light show behind the singer
The mission of the Red Cross is to mobilise the power of humanity so that individuals and communities can prepare for, deal with and recover from a crisis, summed up by the strapline ‘refusing to ignore people in crisis’.
It comes after Alicia recently defended her decision to perform Empire State Of Mind at the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations in the UK last month.
The song choice was met with backlash because the song is about New York City and she was performing it in England – at the Jubilee which marked the 70th anniversary of the accession of Queen Elizabeth II.
However, 15-time Grammy winner claimed ‘every song was requested personally by the Queen.’
Amazing: Alicia belted out a number of her most famous hits both at the piano and as she strutted her stuff across the large stage
In a recording taken behind the scenes, Alicia she can be heard gushing to her sons Egypt and Genesis ‘that the Queen requested the songs’ she would be singing at the Party at the Palace.
Her eldest responded that it was ‘pretty cool’ as they sat on a golf cart.
‘You can’t refuse the Queen. It’s against the law here,’ the youngster quipped.
The No One hitmaker even revealed The Queen requested she play her 2009 track Empire State of Mind.
Alicia did change the lyrics – as she sang ‘Now you’re in London’ rather than ‘Now you’re in New York’ at one point.
Speaking out: It comes after Alicia recently defended her decision to perform Empire State Of Mind at the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations in the UK last month (pictured in London)