‘The national anthem singer is dressed like Tin Man’: Fans stunned by soprano Jasmine Faulkner’s latex outfit for Man Utd v Man City FA Cup final
- Jasmine Faulkner sang the national anthem at the FA Cup final this afternoon
- Twitter users likened her shiny silver latex outfit to being like the Tin Man
Football fans were left stunned this evening by the latex outfit of FA Cup final national anthem singer Jasmine Faulkner, comparing it to a being like the ‘Tin Man’.
The singer, who is an English-Iranian soprano, belted out God Save the King before Manchester United played Manchester City this afternoon.
But her choice of clothing left many viewers wondering the same thing.
Many people thought Faulkner’s rubbery and shiny outfit in fact served another purpose.
One Twitter user said: ‘That national anthem singer is dressed like the tin man isn’t she.’
Football fans were left stunned this evening by the latex outfit of FA Cup final national anthem singer Jasmine Faulkner, comparing it to a ‘BDSM costume’
The singer, who is an English-Iranian soprano, belted out God Save the King before Manchester United played Manchester City this afternoon
Many people thought Faulkner’s rubbery outfit in fact served another purpose
Another added: Why is the national anthem singer wearing a BDSM costume?’
Another user asked: ‘Why has the national anthem singer got 1/4 of a g*** suit on her arms?’
Jasmine Faulkner is a British-Iranian soprano whose music mixes her classical background with an ‘electronic and cinematic sound-world’.
Her debut single, which is coming out this year, is being made to ‘amplify the voices of Iranian women who have been silenced and to bring hope to the world through music in challenging times’.
She performs around the world as an international soloist, and has sang in Cairo, Paris and St. Moritz.
She has sang the British and American national anthems at the Rugby Autumn International Series and is currently on tour with the London Film Music Orchestra.
Other performances have taken her from singing to Royalty at Windsor Castle to performing at West End Live as well as appearing on ITV’s Walk The Line with classical-crossover group Ida.
Jasmine’s classical trained at the prestigious Guildhall School of Music & Drama where she also went on to obtain her degree.
Post source: Daily mail