Disco fever: Leona Lewis oozes 70s glamour in corkscrew curls and plunging sequin gown as she steals the show at animal charity gala in LA

She always turns heads with her glamorous fashion choices.

And Leona Lewis proved her sartorial worth once again in a radiant retro ensemble as she stormed the Farm Sanctuary's 30th anniversary gala on Saturday night.

The Happy singer, 31, oozed 70s glamour in a plunging sequin gown teamed with dramatic corkscrew curls as she stole the show at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons hotel.

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Disco baby! Leona Lewis, 31, rocked a chic retro ensemble as she stormed the Farm Sanctuary's 30th anniversary gala on Saturday night at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons hotel

The blonde bombshell oozed irreverent chic in her opulent gown, which was dripping in black sequins.

The garment featured a wrap style that cinched in her tiny waist and made the most of her curves, while revealing a glimpse of cleavage.

Keeping accessories minimal, the Bleeding Love singer rocked a diamond encrusted box clutch and dazzling stud earrings.

Her blonde hair was worn in an effortless updo, with tendrils of her natural curls framing her striking features.

Simply stunning: The blonde bombshell oozed irreverent chic in her opulent gown, which was dripping in black sequins

Make sure you sparkle this festive season in a sequin dress like Leona Lewis

Leona Lewis arrived at the Farm Sanctuary's 30th anniversary gala in Los Angeles this weekend looking her usual glamorous self.

The star knows how to dress her fabulous curvaceous figure and you really can never go far wrong in a wrap dress.

Whatever your shape is, a wrap style dress with a v neck is always flattering and the way the material of this pick falls at the front means it will cover any unwanted lumps or bumps...not that Leona needs any help on that front!

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The London-born star outlined her piercing green eyes with a bronze shimmer and lashings of mascara, which she paired with a dusky pink lipstick.

The Farm Sanctuary hosted their annual gala, also attended by co-chair and sister of Zooey Deschanel, Emily.

The Sanctuary aims to rescue farm animals and spread awareness and advocacy for them.

Woman of the hour: Actress and The Farm Sanctuary's co-chair Emily Deschanel stunned in a floral brocade number 

Scarlet siren: Actress Katie Cleary flaunted her svelte figure in a skintight red jumpsuit 

Retro lady: Tattoo artist Kat Von D looked like a modern day pin-up in a red ruched strapless dress

Leona recently celebrated the 10-year anniversary of her X Factor win by singing a stunning acoustic cover of the Judy Garland hit Somewhere Over The Rainbow - the same song blew the audience away with during the ITV series in 2006.

Taking to Twitter, the Simon Cowell protege wrote: 'Cannot believe it’s been 10 years. Thank you.'

The BRIT School graduate gushed: 'I wanted to say a massive thank you from the bottom of my heart to everyone who has supported me and believed in me since day one,' before beginning to croon the gorgeous ballad. 

The star was dropped from her record label Island Records in June - one year after parting ways with Syco.

A source close to Leona told The Sun at the time: 'It simply didn't work out with Island. She made a great record and the label really championed her but something just didn't click.' 

Understated chic: Singer Amy Jean Davis opted for a simple but stunning halterneck gown dripping in intricate embellishments

Budding beauty: Soap opera star Tracey E. Bregman wore a floral minidress and YSL Tribute pumps 

Turning heads: Actress Jennifer Coolidge flaunted her curves in a black midi dress

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