Olly Alexander puts on a risqué display as Years & Years perform on the final day of Glastonbury 


Olly Alexander puts on a risqué display in a mesh cut-out ensemble as Years & Years perform on the final day of Glastonbury Festival

Glastonbury Festival is drawing to a close after five jam-packed days of performances from the best in the business.

And keen to go out with a bang, Olly Alexander certainly caught the eye as he performed on the Other Stage at the Worthy Farm, Pilton festival.

The 31-year-old sported a mesh, cut-out catsuit for the performance – which included a cold shoulder detail, strapped cut-outs and skintight fit.

Daring: Olly Alexander, 31, put on a risqué display in a mesh cut-out ensemble on Sunday as he performed on the final day of Glastonbury Festival

Daring: Olly Alexander, 31, put on a risqué display in a mesh cut-out ensemble on Sunday as he performed on the final day of Glastonbury Festival

Olly layered a cropped leather jacket on top of the daring ensemble for part of the performance, throwing it off as he stormed the stage.

Adding thigh-high boots to the ensemble, his brunette locks were shaved into a skinhead cut, with a vertical line design carved into it.

The star donned a pair of dark sunglasses for the performance, accessorising with an array of silver jewellery. 

Cut out: The star sported a mesh, cut-out catsuit for the performance - which included a cold shoulder detail, strapped cut-outs and skintight fit

Cut out: The star sported a mesh, cut-out catsuit for the performance – which included a cold shoulder detail, strapped cut-outs and skintight fit

Skinhead: His brunette locks were shaved into a skinhead cut, with a vertical line design carved into it

Skinhead: His brunette locks were shaved into a skinhead cut, with a vertical line design carved into it

Accessories: The star donned a pair of dark sunglasses for the performance, accessorising with an array of silver jewellery

Moves: And he brought his dance moves too, putting on an energetic performance

Accessories: The star donned a pair of dark sunglasses for the performance, accessorising with an array of silver jewellery

Putting on an energetic performance, Olly was surrounded by back-up dancers dressed in black leather jackets.

A bashed-up telephone box joined him on stage, as he used the prop to his advantage – dancing inside and around it.

Taking the energetic performance to the next level, Olly jumped onto the back of a backing dancer – who was clad with a motorbike helmet.

Props: A bashed-up telephone box joined him on stage, as he used the prop to his advantage - dancing inside and around it

Props: A bashed-up telephone box joined him on stage, as he used the prop to his advantage – dancing inside and around it

Crew: Putting on an energetic performance, Olly was surrounded by back-up dancers dressed in black leather jackets

Crew: Putting on an energetic performance, Olly was surrounded by back-up dancers dressed in black leather jackets

All-black: Olly's leather jacket featured a lace up arm detail and cropped design

All-black: Olly’s leather jacket featured a lace up arm detail and cropped design

Pointing at the audience, the star showed off a slew of dance moves, giving the performance his all.

Years & Years is now Olly’s solo project, after initially being formed as a band back in 2010. 

The star was the penultimate act to grace the Other Stage, prefacing Pet Shop Boys – who are to close off the festival.

It comes after a jam-packed five days, as the festival returned for the first time in three years. 

Solo: The star took to the stage as his solo project Years & Years, which is now his solo project - after being created as a band back in 2010

Solo: The star took to the stage as his solo project Years & Years, which is now his solo project – after being created as a band back in 2010

Amping up the energy: Taking the energetic performance to the next level, Olly jumped onto the back of a backing dancer - who was clad with a motorbike helmet

Amping up the energy: Taking the energetic performance to the next level, Olly jumped onto the back of a backing dancer – who was clad with a motorbike helmet

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