She’s been busy performing across the UK since her Story of Me tour kicked off earlier this week.
And Megan McKenna, 26, rocked a casual chic ensemble with a neutral-coloured denim jacket for her Story of me gig at The Globe in Cardiff on Sunday night.
The country singer appeared in very high spirits as she took to the stage at the popular venue, wearing black flared trousers and an oversized jacket.
Megan looked every inch the country superstar as she stepped out on stage with her signature sparkly microphone and performed her hits for fans.
The former star, whose debut single High Heeled Shoes hit number one in the iTunes chart, paired her flared trousers with an oversized beige denim jacket.
The beauty completed her star-studded look with statement gold accessories including a chunky watch, a Cartier bangle and an assortment of rings.
The reality starlet wore her golden locks in a messy updo with a velvet black scrunchie and opted for a glowing makeup look with a glossy lip.
Megan has performed in Cardiff and will next head to Bristol, Manchester and Liverpool to continue her intimate shows.
The beauty is on the road after she made a return to the red carpet earlier this month, following the death of her ex-boyfriend Mike Thalassitis, 26.
The former Love Island star was found dead in a woodland near his Edmonton home on Saturday, March 16.
The reality star, who dated Mike on/off throughout 2018, released a statement on Twitter two days after the shock news to offer her condolences to his family.
She wrote: ‘Sorry I haven’t been on social media but I’m in complete shock and trying to come to terms with this. I can’t believe I’m even writing this post. My thoughts and prayers are with Mike’s family. Rest in peace Mike x’.
Megan later revealed that writing music has been her therapy to help her cope with the death of her ex-boyfriend Mike.
She told Loose Women: ‘I’ve been doing OK. I’ve actually just come back from Nashville I’ve been putting everything into my work, I feel like Nashville is my happy place and I’m feeling good.
‘Writing music is like therapy because it is like everything writing down in a diary, it’s a good way of getting my emotions down on paper.’