Italian singer Roshelle put on a seriously racy display at the UK premiere of the highly-anticipated movie at London's Hammersmith Apollo.
Proving she knows how to steal the show, the starlet made a jaw-dropping entrance as she strutted her stuff down the red carpet in a completely sheer jumpsuit.
Oozing body confidence, the 22-year-old left very little to the imagination as she flashed her ample cleavage under the black see-through outfit.
Adorned with glitter, the singer – who has appeared on the Italian version of The X Factor – appeared to forget her bra for the event, although didn't seem to be bothered about the winter chill.
The seriously daring number saw Roshelle fail to protect her modesty, but she ignored the fashion faux pas and continued posing for the paparazzi.
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Despite misplacing her bra, the singer did manage to remember her lower half, and opted for a pair of nude briefs – which were also completely on show.
The singer opted to wear her pink and blonde locks in a sleek up-do, and chose a stunning coral lip, alongside thick black eyeliner.
She accessorised with pair of circular shades and lots of bling.
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Roshelle was joined by a whole host of famous faces, including Leona Lewis, Stormzy, will.i.am, The Black Eyed Peas and more.
The epic Marvel movie is based on the Marvel Comics character Black Panther, and addresses issues of race and colonialism, featuring a predominately black cast and a number of strong female characters.
Michael B Jordan, who plays Erik Killmonger in the film, told Metro last night: "Representation is important, period, so being able to identify with yourself on screen in all the lanes of the industry, whether it be music, film, behind the camera, in front of the camera, I think it's extremely important, so as long as the discussion is being had and people are talking about it, that's a type of progression there."
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Chadwick Boseman – who plays the titular character and king of Wakanda, T'Challa – recently spoke to Variety about being offered the role without having to audition, saying: "It's not that rare.
"It depends on who you are. I don't know what everyone else's experience was. They called me on the phone, and the process started from that.
"I did go in and talk to them, just to get a sense of what they were thinking."