Anne-Marie looked glamorous as she arrived at the homecoming event at Wembley stadium in London on Sunday.
The singer, 31, wore a white tea dress with puffy sleeves for the celebratory affair, hosted by the National Lottery, where is set to perform later in the evening.
The chic star paired her dress with Prads shoes as she posed with Team GB gymnasts Alice Kinsella, Jennifer Gadirova, Jessica Gadirova and Amelie Morgan, who won the bronze team medal.
Stylish: Anne-Marie, 30, looked glamorous as she arrived at the homecoming event at Wembley stadium in London on Sunday
The 2002 hit maker looked sleek as she slicked back her candy pink hair into a low up-do, as she posed with 27-year-old weightlifter Emily Jade Campbell.
The singer wore a quirky eye make up look of diamante and black winged liner, and she complemented the statement look with a slick of nude lipstick.
By way of accessories, she kept it simple by wearing multiple hoops in her ears, and a gold chain with a coin pendant hanging on it.
Chic: The singer posed with Team GB gymnasts Alice Kinsella, Jennifer Gadirova, Jessica Gadirova and Amelie Morgan, who won the bronze team medal
The minidress showed off her toned pins, and revealed a tattoo the singer has on her left knee which reads: ‘Confidence,’ in cursive lettering.
Anne-Marie is set to stun audiences with a fully immersive performance in collaboration with the English National Ballet.
She is amongst many artists to perform at the event, including Rag’n’bone Man, Nile Rodgers, Laura Mvula, and Yungblud who will perform alongside the best of Britain’s dance and theatre artists.
Yungblud will sing David Bowie’s iconic hit anthem Heroes alongside a dance circus performance from Motionhouse.
Ivor Novello winner Laura Mvula will pair up with the esteemed contemporary dance company Rambert to perform a solo set.
Cute: She wore a white tea dress with puffy sleeves for the celebratory affair where is set to perform at the star-studded event later in the evening
Gorgeous: The 2002 hit maker looked sleek as she slicked back her candy pink hair into a low up-do as she posed with weightlifter Emily Jade Campbell, 27
The moving 90 minute concert to welcome home Team GB athletes will be hosted by Radio One presenters Greg James and Clara Amfo and also feature music from Bastille and Nile Rodgers with his band Chic.
KSI is also set to perform at the event, and he showed off his edgy style on the red carpet wearing a baby pink silk shirt and a black combat trousers
Singer Griff was also in attendance wearing the cardigan Tom Daley knitted poolside, paired with a yellow slip dress with her hair slicked back into a bubble pony tail
Speaking ahead of the event, Greg James said: ‘As always with the Olympics, I’ve become an expert in events I only think about every four years.
‘I can’t wait to celebrate our extraordinary Team GB athletes and be in front of an actual crowd again.
‘It’s been a long time coming – it’s going to be a brilliant night. Anyway, must go, I’m off to practice shot put,’ he joked.
Looking good: The singer wore a quirky eye make up look of diamante and black winged liner, and she the statement look with a sweep of nude lipstick
Showstopper: Anne-Marie is set to stun audiences with a fully immersive performance in collaboration with the English National Ballet
Co-host Clara Amfo gushed of the much-loved Team GB athletes: ‘It would be understatement to say that the road to Tokyo 2020 has not been easy for Team GB but their dedication and passion to the sports they love has been nothing short of inspiring!
‘I am so honoured to be hosting Team GB Homecoming Concert with Greg, on what promises to be a brilliant show full of celebration and love!
‘Every single athlete deserves the very best homecoming and what better place than Wembley with these world class artists!’
The celebration will re-unite Team GB with their friends, family and fans for the first time since Tokyo 2020, which closed with an emotional ceremony on Sunday.
Team GB finished the Games with the same number of medals as at London 2012 but were beaten by the USA, China and Japan for the top spots.
Good company: She is amongst many artists set to perform at the event, including Rag’n’bone Man, Nile Rodgers, Laura Mvula, and Yungblud who will perform alongside the best of Britain’s dance and theatre artists.
Fashion forward: KSI is also set to perform at the event, and he showed off his edgy style wearing a baby pink silk shirt and a black combat trousers
Jason Kenny’s record breaking gold medal moved GB up to 64 medals on Sunday, while Lauren Price victory in the middleweight final allowed them to replicate history.
As a result, Team GB finished fourth in the Tokyo medals table with 22 gold, 21 silver and 22 bronze medals for a total of 65.
It made Tokyo their second-most successful Olympics overseas after the contingent won 67 medals in the Rio de Janeiro Games five years ago.
Looking good! Singer Griff was also in attendance wearing the cardigan Tom Daley knitted poolside, paired with a yellow slip dress with her hair slicked back into a bubble pony tail
Talent: Gold medal winning diver Tom Daley, 27, was all smiles as he posed at the homecoming event. Tom’s knitting went viral on Tik Tok, Twitter and Instagram throughout the games
Pride: Athletes arrived at the event wearing their Team GB kit including gymnast Joe Fraser, 22
Medal: Kayaker Liam Heath, 36, showed up at the event with his bronze medal
Britain’s chef de mission Mark England hailed the team’s achievement as the greatest in their Olympic history, saying: ‘Following Beijing we had no idea that British athletes would deliver 65 medals in London.
‘We knew we were in great shape for Rio but it had never been done before, matching and then surpassing London’s number of medals.
‘I just think that finishing this Games with two gold medals, and for this team to deliver 65 medals, is absolutely extraordinary.
Team: Cyclist Matt Walls, 33, was in attendance
Medal winner: Gymnast Bryony Page, 30, wore her bronze and silver medals with pride
Amazing: Taekwondoin, Bradly Sinden, 22, wore his silver medal
‘Not only has the team made history but it has probably made history on the back of the most complex and most challenging and difficult environment that we will face certainly in my lifetime.
‘It has been against all the odds and I think it is the greatest achievement in British Olympic history. It has been the miracle of Tokyo and it has been wonderful to be here.’
Team GB looked in high spirits as they arrived for the event wearing their kit, and some wore their medals.
Good times: Swimmer Tom Dean, 21, looked proud as he posed for the camera
Prize winner: The cyclist Ryan Owens, 25, wore his silver medal for the star studded event
Proud: 26-year-old Jack Laugher wore his bronze medal round his neck
Medallist: Cyclist Josie Knight, 24, arrived at the event
Team: Gymnasts, Jessica Gadirova, 16, Alice Kinsella, 20, Amelie Morgan, 18 and Jennifer Gadirova, also 16, posed for a group shot at the affair
Power couple: Cyclists, Laura Kenny, 29, and Jason Kenny, 33, were in attendance
Happy: Gold medal winning gymnast Max Whitlock, 28, wore red white and blue with pride at the event
Amazing: Rower Helen Glover, 35, arrived at the event in her GB kit
Medallist: BMX Rider, Declan Brooks, 25, wore his bronze medal at the event
Winner: BMXer Charlotte Worthington, 25, won gold for the country at the Olympics