She is preparing to release her first single Easy Lover after a two-year hiatus.
And Ellie Goulding cut a stylish figure on Thursday as she left the Global Radio studios in London.
The singer, 35, wore a metallic magenta jumpsuit covered in graphic applique patchwork as she traveled after appearing on Global’s best shows, including Capital and Heart FM.
Stylish: Ellie Goulding, 35, cut a stylish figure in a metallic magenta jumpsuit as she left Capital FM ahead of the release of her new single Easy Lover on Thursday
The striking ensemble also contained pleated details, large pockets and was tucked into Ellie’s slim waist.
The star put his stuff in unique black boots and made the stylish look with large gold earrings.
Ellie opted for a simple make-up look as she promoted her new single, released Friday, as her blonde locks gushed down to her shoulders in a gentle wave.
Striking: Mature Forward sees several graphic applications patchwork
Beautiful: The striking ensemble also pleated details, large pockets and was synchronized by Ellie’s slim waist
The Lights hitmaker shone as she left the studios, following appearances on Capital and KISS FM, where she chatted with host Perri Kiely.
After a career break to raise her son Arthur, fifteen months, which she shares with her husband Caspar Jopling, 30, Ellie says she now wants to make music, ‘people will dance to and forget everything’ after the pandemic.
In collaboration with rapper Big Sean on the track, she told The Mirror: ‘It’s about the age-old tale of falling in love with a cool and beautiful person who knows they will never quite feel the same’.
Windy! The wind blew the star’s long delicious curls into her face
Unique: The star struts her things in unique toe-separating black boots and the accessory the stylish look with large gold rings-earrings
Beautiful: Ellie chose a simple make-up look when she promoted her new single, released Friday, as her blonde locks gushed down to her shoulders in a gentle wave
Last month, she told the publication that becoming a parent had helped her write songs, adding: ‘Motherhood has taken over everything, it has affected everything.’
Ellie’s last release was 2020’s Brightest Blue and featured the songs Worry About Me, Power and Slow Grenade, the singer was to take the album on tour but was forced to postpone her plans due to COVID
It happens after the singer bent backwards (literally) to stay in shape recently before hitting promotional tracks.
Back in action: After a career break to raise her son, Arthur Ellie says she will now make music ‘people will dance to and forget everything’ after the pandemic
In collaboration with rapper Big Sean on the track, she said: ‘It’s about the age-old tale of falling in love with a cool and beautiful person who knows they will never quite feel the same’
The singer was working on her core as she took the crab position before balancing incredibly on one hand.
Ellie boasted about her trimmed physique in the short clip as she built up a sweat in a black crop top and matching leggings.
The star then maneuvered herself from the crab position to a push up while showing off her impressive upper body strength.
Famous friends: The Lights hitmaker shone as she left the studio after her interview with Kiss FM host Perri Kiely (pictured)
In shape: It comes after the singer bent backwards (literally) to stay in shape recently
Impressive: When she went to Instagram, the singer worked at her core as she took the crab position before balancing incredibly on one hand
Hitmaker Love Me Like You Do tied her hair back in a ponytail, but her complicated movements forced it into her face.
Ellie trained in her gym at home with large book holsters in the background and one of her guitars nearby.
It happens after the pop star’s alcohol brand was banned on Facebook, after they claimed that the drink was ‘low in calories and does not contain sugar.’
Ellie, founder and co-owner of Served Drinks, released two ads for the alcoholic sparkling water in February, but they have since been removed after triggering complaints to the Advertising Standards Authority.
In a statement, the ASA noted that they decided that the ads should be banned after concluding that the ads contained nutritional claims about the products’ low calorie and sugar content, which are not “permitted for alcoholic beverages.”
Working mother: She welcomed her first child, Arthur, with her husband Caspar Jopling in April last year