Charlotte Church debuts her bleached pink hair as she puts on a busty display in figure-hugging black and white dress at the Welsh BAFTAs

Charlotte Church debuted her brand new bleached pink locks as she arrived in style at the Welsh BAFTA awards on Sunday night.

The 29-year-old mother of two looked sensational as she turned up at the British Academy Cymru Awards 2015 at St David's Hall, Cardiff alongside Welsh actress Carys Eleri.

Seemingly thrilled with her new look, she tied her lightened yet edgy locks up in an elegant chignon for the occasion.  

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Style campaign: Charlotte Church debuted her new bleached pink hair as she arrived in style at the Welsh BAFTA awards on Sunday night

Style campaign: Charlotte Church debuted her new bleached pink hair as she arrived in style at the Welsh BAFTA awards on Sunday night

As she normally looks: The buxom beauty (pictured with brunette locks) in March 

As she normally looks: The buxom beauty (pictured with brunette locks) in March 

The former classical singer showed off her curvy figure in a showstopping black and white number as she was seen beaming as she made her way into the venue.

The daring number made the most of the star's ample cleavage, while she added a splash of colour in the form of a red bag and matching heels.

It's a rare red carpet appearance for Charlotte, who shot to fame as a child and was known as having the Voice of an Angel.

The buxom beauty has turned her focus to protesting in recent years, staunchly opposing the Tory government's austerity measures.

Girls' night out: The 29-year-old mother of two looked sensational as she turned up at the British Academy Cymru Awards 2015 at St David's Hall, Cardiff alongside Welsh actress Carys Eleri.

Girls' night out: The 29-year-old mother of two looked sensational as she turned up at the British Academy Cymru Awards 2015 at St David's Hall, Cardiff alongside Welsh actress Carys Eleri.

Showstopper: The former classical singer showed off her curvy figure in a form-fitting black and white number as she was seen beaming as she made her way into the venue

Showstopper: The former classical singer showed off her curvy figure in a form-fitting black and white number as she was seen beaming as she made her way into the venue

Bright spark: The daring number made the most of the star's ample cleavage, while she added a splash of colour in the form of a red bag and matching heels

Bright spark: The daring number made the most of the star's ample cleavage, while she added a splash of colour in the form of a red bag and matching heels

She has also taken to the streets to campaign against oil drilling in the Arctic.

Explaning why she decided to use her profile to increase publicity surrounding the campaigns, she wrote for the Guardian: 'It’s all very well for me to sit in my cosy leftie bubble with my friends, spending our free time attending vegan pop-up barbecues and meeting in art centres to have a bit of a moan about Ukip; we missed the changing climate of British politics. 

'We dismissed the growing support for the right wing as just a few comedy racists, underestimated the momentum they were gaining, and thought that by retweeting the latest Owen Jones article, we were doing our bit. Wrong.' 

Meanwhile, at the Cymru Awards, the likes of Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman were up for acting prizes for their turn in Doctor Who, which is filmed in Cardiff.

 BBC Radio presenter Huw Stephens hosted the ceremony for the first time, saying before the event: 'The nominations are of such high quality, and it's great to see English and Welsh programmes given the recognition they deserve. 

'On the night, the Awards will be full of the stars, from in front of and behind the cameras, as well as those beginning in the industry, and of course the fans of the nominated shows are very welcome to come and join in the party.' 

Doing her bit: Charlotte has turned her focus to protesting in recent years, staunchly opposing the Tory government's austerity measures - pictured in June

Doing her bit: Charlotte has turned her focus to protesting in recent years, staunchly opposing the Tory government's austerity measures - pictured in June

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