By Daily Mail Reporter

Bronzed babe: Kimberley Walsh was dressed head to toe in tan on her night out in London's West End

Kimberley Walsh appears to have lost some weight recently and she showed off her toned physique last night in an all-bronze outfit.

The Girls Aloud star was in London’s West End wearing high waist tan trousers alongside a brown knit top and nude peep toe heels.

Her golden skin and chestnut hair blended perfectly with the outfit as she posed for photographers and appeared to have been given a bunch of red roses and a gift on her night out.

And Kimberley still managed to look elegant despite her bra being on show through the sheer vest top.

Meanwhile, the X Factor fan revealed in her OK! Magazine column this week that she’s looking forward to her friend Steve Jones nabbing the presenting job on the US version of the show.

She said: ‘They kept him waiting for a while – so I was really pleased because I think he’s brilliant.

‘They’ve all gone on about Cheryl’s accent, but Steve’s Welsh twang is even stronger!

‘US audiences will completely fall for his charm and his good looks. He is very Hollywood, he will fit in well.

Strike a pose: Kimberley made sure to pose for photographers in her high waist trousers and nude peep-toe heels

‘Good on Simon Cowell for showcasing British talent.’

And as her fellow Girls Aloud pal Cheryl Cole sits on the US X Factor judging panel, their bandmate Nicola Roberts is about to launch her first solo single.

Nicola’s single Beat Of My Drum will be followed by her debut solo album, which she wants to play to her Girls Aloud friends first.

Kimberley revealed that they will all go to her house to listen to it before the rest of the world hears the album.

Special gift? Kimberley was spotted carrying around a bunch of red roses and a golden gift bag on her night out

Walsh said: ‘I know that the lyrics on one of the songs on the album refer to how hard her early days in Girls Aloud were, and that will be painful to hear.

‘She was our little sister, we tried to protect her so it’ll be hard to hear how hurt she was.

‘I’m sure there will be a few tears – but this is her moment of triumph, proof that it was all worthwhile. She’s inspirational.’


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