Sexing it up! Katherine Jenkins takes the plunge in an out-of-character low cut dress



By Sarah Bull

Sex appeal: Katherine Jenkins looked stunning in a plunging halterneck dress at a restaurant opening in Los Angeles last night

It's a dance that requires fire, passion and sex appeal to work.

And Katherine Jenkins has told her followers on Twitter that she has been struggling to harness the passion needed for the Pasodoble routine on this week's Dancing With The Stars.

But it seems the Welsh singer may have taken some tips from her dance partner Mark Ballas, judging by her outfit last night.

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Katherine arrived for the Grand Opening of Robert Earl's Planet Dailies & Mixology 101 at The Farmer's Market wearing a very sexy, and slightly out of character, plunging dress.

The taupe outfit highlighted her enviable figure, and drew attention to her womanly curves - clinging in all the right places.

Katherine, 31, teamed her dress with a pair of leg-lengthening nude heels and a gold clutch bag, paired with lashings of red lipstick.

Smiles all round: Katherine looked in very good spirits as she arrived for the event

Accessory queen: Katherine teamed her dress with red lipstick and a metallic clutch bag

The pretty blonde star had earlier taken to her Twitter page to tell fans she was finding it difficult to master the Pasodoble - a traditional Spanish dance about a bull and matador.

Katherine tweeted a picture of a tattoo bearing the word 'Patience', with the caption: 'Finding the Paso Doble hard! I need.... '

The pressure is on for Katherine and Mark to maintain their success on the US dancing show, after wowing the judges on previous weeks.

In the first week, the pair topped the leaderboard, with judge Carrie Ann Inaba calling their performance the best first week dance routine in the programme's history.

The couple also came top in the second week of the show, and got a near perfect score for their waltz, which Katherine dedicated to her late father, last week.


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