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Charlotte Church Dons Super-Flamboyant Outfit For Hollywood Performance (PHOTOS)

21 March 2013
Splash News
Splash News

Charlotte Church seems to be embracing her more free-spirited side as she continues to promote her new music overseas.

The star has released two EPs, the cunningly-titled ONE and TWO in recent months, and took to Hollywood's famous Troubadour venue last night to play the new tunes for an American audience.

Charlotte Church Dons Super-Flamboyant Outfit For Hollywood Performance (PHOTOS)
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Charlotte Church Dons Super-Flamboyant Outfit For Hollywood Performance (PHOTOS)

Charlotte Church Dons Super-Flamboyant Outfit For Hollywood Performance (PHOTOS)
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Charlotte Church Dons Super-Flamboyant Outfit For Hollywood Performance (PHOTOS)

Charlotte Church performs at the Troubadour in West Hollywood (Splash News)

Splash News reports that she wore a similar outfit to the wacky one she sported last night when she performed at the South By South West festival earlier this month.

She also had a bottle of water and a jar of honey to hand to keep her voice in check.

Tonight she moves on to San Francisco to play alongside Rudimental.

Charlotte Church Dons Super-Flamboyant Outfit For Hollywood Performance (PHOTOS)
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Charlotte Church Dons Super-Flamboyant Outfit For Hollywood Performance (PHOTOS)

Charlotte performs in Hollywood (Splash News)

Charlotte has gone on something of a musical regeneration recently, after having ditched both the classical music that shot her to fame and the uptempo pop that gave her a string of hits in the mid-naughties. She recently said that she 'hated' her most successful hit, 'Crazy Chick'.

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