Lainey Wilson is flaunting her slimmed-down physique.
The country music singer, 31, stepped out in a cream, figure-hugging corset top with billowing sleeves and tight snakeskin bell bottoms for a show in New York last week.
The “Yellowstone” actress paired her signature pants with a gold chain belt and wide-brimmed beige hat, along with a feathered hair extension.
Wilson, who performed at Brooklyn’s National Sawdust for ‘A New York Evening with Lainey Wilson,’ added a stack of multi colored rings, layered gold necklaces and platform boots.
The “Wildflowers and Wild Horses” singer has been candid about her health journey through the years, previously declaring 2020 her “year of health.”
Most recently, she shut down rumors that she was taking weight loss supplements, and credited any change in her appearance to the energy she exerts on stage.
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“Alright y’all, by now I’m sure a lot y’all have seen some ads about me losing weight, being hospitalized and then I started taking some weight loss gummies and blah blah blah that saved my life. Well, surprise, it ain’t true,” the country crooner said in an Instagram video in June.
”People will do whatever to make a dollar, even if it is lies. Cause ain’t nobody sent me any gummies,” she clarified.
Wilson further cautioned her fans not to “fall for” false advertising.
“I don’t want y’all spending your money on something that ain’t real,” she went on.
“If I have lost weight, it’s because I’m working hard, playing hour-and-a-half shows and running around every night of my life. And to be honest, me losing weight or gaining weight ain’t got anything to do with my music.”
The Louisiana native, who took home Female Artist of the Year at the 2023 ACM awards, has also spoken out about embracing her posterior.
“I mean, my booty introduced my music to a lot of folks and I’m ok with that,” she told ET Canada in April.
“I think ‘what would Dolly Parton do?’” she added.
“You know, I’ve been at this a long time and if you found out about my music and stuck around because of the butt or because of the music, you’re welcome.”