FRANKIE Bridge screamed with delight as a topless Magic Mike dancer grinded on her during an X-rated stage show.
The Saturdays singer, 30, got up close and personal with the dancer last Thursday night as she was dragged up on stage for some cheeky one-on-one action.
Frankie, who was enjoying a fun girls' night out with her pals, giggled as she wrapped her legs around the muscular man who threw her up in the air in front of a cheering crowd.
Before she knew it, the mum-of-two was being laid down on her back onstage.
Our exclusive footage shows the Magic Mike performer then thrusting his body between her legs.
As the audience roared with laughter, Frankie covered her face in embarrassment before she was scooped up again by the topless hunk.
The racy night was the perfect way to kickstart a long weekend of celebrations for her pal's hen party.
Frankie posted snaps from the boozy 'do on Instagram and made it clear she had a blast.
So this weekend was my besties Hen Do ? … as someone that hates organised fun… and being Maid of Honour… I was so nervous… I just wanted everyone, but mainly @missksymes to have the BEST time! ?… luckily it all worked out!! ? let’s be honest, when you have awesome friends it doesn’t matter where you go… however…. obviously copious amounts of alcohol was consumed… ? so that also helped… ?can’t wait for the wedding ❤️ #friends #hen #bff #love
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Frankie has been married to ex-England footballer Wayne Bridge since 2014.
In the same year The Saturdays split as bandmates pursued solo projects.
She went on to star in Strictly Come Dancing, finishing as a runner-up with partner Kevin Clifton.
Since then she has been busy bringing up her two children, Parker and Carter.
Frankie's onstage action was at the Hippodrome Casino in Leicester Square, London, where Magic Mike launched last year.
The show is produced by actor Channing Tatum, who stars in the original films Magic Mike and Magic Mike XXL.
He directs the "360-degree dance and acrobatic spectacular" featuring muscular topless men dancing to creaming women.
When challenged on how the show objectifies men, Channing said: "It's been going the other way for long enough now."
He also recently gave fans advice about how to be pulled up on stage, telling them to make sure they're not drunk, not to wear a dress and make sure the show knows they're celebrating a special occasion.
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