Blondie’s Debbie Harry makes a bold style statement in a vibrant pink blazer and a matching skirt

Blondie’s Debbie Harry, 76, makes a bold style statement in a vibrant pink blazer and a matching skirt as she relishes in the spotlight at London gig

Her band Blondie helped define the look and sound of punk rock in the ’80s.

And Debbie Harry proved she can still rock a bold ensemble as she took to the stage on Tuesday evening at the O2 Arena in London.

The iconic singer, 76, had all eyes on her as she gave a bright pink blazer and skirt while relishing in the spotlight.

Youthful beauty: Blondie star Debbie Harry, 76, proved she can still rock a bold ensemble as she took to the stage on Tuesday evening at the O2 in London

Youthful beauty: Blondie star Debbie Harry, 76, proved she can still rock a bold ensemble as she took to the stage on Tuesday evening at the O2 in London

Debbie looked effortlessly cool as she sported a pair of stylish sunglasses while showing off her vocal talents.

The music legend styled her trademark platinum blonde braids in messy waves and wore a nude lipstick.

Hardcore fans were treated to an energetic two-hour set with hits such as Atomic, Heart of Glass, Hanging on the Telephone and Picture.

Comeback: The iconic American band kicked off their first UK tour in five years on Friday in Glasgow before heading to London

Comeback: The iconic American band kicked off their first UK tour in five years on Friday in Glasgow before heading to London

wow!  The iconic singer had all eyes on her as she gave a bright pink blazer and skirt while relishing in the spotlight

wow! The iconic singer had all eyes on her as she gave a bright pink blazer and skirt while relishing in the spotlight

Looking good: Debbie looked effortlessly cool as she sported a pair of stylish sunglasses while showing off her vocal talents

Looking good: Debbie looked effortlessly cool as she sported a pair of stylish sunglasses while showing off her vocal talents

The iconic American band kicked off their first UK tour in five years on Friday in Glasgow.

Debbie told the crowd at the 14,000-capacity arena: ‘This is a long time coming for me. It’s really an honor to be back here.’

The show had been postponed due to Covid however the disappointment of that delay has been well and truly cushioned by the bands incredible display on the night.

Feels so good: Debbie told the crowd at the 14,000-capacity arena: 'This is a long time coming for me.  It's really an honor to be back here' (pictured at her prior show in Glasgow last week)

Feels so good: Debbie told the crowd at the 14,000-capacity arena: ‘This is a long time coming for me. It’s really an honor to be back here’ (pictured at her prior show in Glasgow last week)

Good Morning Britain host Kate Garraway recently said Debbie looked ‘amazing’, while co-host Richard Arnold added: ‘She has ripened beautifully’.

The performance comes after the former wild child rocker revealed her hell-raising days are behind her – as she has taken up knitting.

The former heroin addict, has previously spoken about how she ‘tried everything’ during the band’s heyday.

Making up for it: The show had been postponed due to Covid however the disappointment of that delay has been well and truly cushioned by the bands incredible display

Making up for it: The show had been postponed due to Covid however the disappointment of that delay has been well and truly cushioned by the bands incredible display

In an interview for The Big Issue with Johnny Marr, the former guitarist with The Smiths, the singer said: ‘I’m curious about how I will respond to being back out on the road, since I haven’t done it for a couple of years.

‘I’ve had to change my behavior over the years, and behavior is very hard to change.

‘On tour these days I do what the women on the front during the French Revolution would do. I sit there knitting and rocking back and forth.

‘That’s what I do. I will be bringing my knitting needles with me.’

Iconic: Debbie and her legendary band Blondie helped bridge the gap of punk and new wave in the 1970s and 80s, while also diving into the art and fashion scenes of NYC

Iconic: Debbie and her legendary band Blondie helped bridge the gap of punk and new wave in the 1970s and 80s, while also diving into the art and fashion scenes of NYC

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