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Amber Davies showed off her abs in a cut-out black dress at the Stage Debut Awards in London

Amber Davies looked sensational as she arrived at the Stage Debut Awards in London on Sunday.

The former Love Island winner, 25, who recently landed a role in Back to the Future The Musical, showed off her abs in a black cutout dress with a daring thigh-high slit.

She upped her height in a pair of chic black boots and was joined by her co-star Ben Joyce.

Amber sported a flawless glamorous makeup look with a glossy nude lip while styling her brunette tresses in curls.

Meanwhile, Ben, who plays Marty McFly, looked stunning in a black blazer, matching pants, white tee and loafers.

Amber, who has starred in a number of stage productions including Dolly Parton’s musical 9 to 5 and Bring It On, recently landed the role of Lorraine Baines in the new musical.

Earlier this month, Amber took to Instagram to share the good news of landing the amazing role, writing, “Let the fun begin!”

Sharing a carousel of snaps to her 1.4million followers, Amber posed proudly in front of London’s Adelphi Theater, which the stage show calls home.

The star threw her arms in the air and beamed, donning an oversized green shirt with gray shorts.

Pairing the ensemble with dark cowboy boots, her raven locks fell freely as she shaded from the sun with a pair of sunglasses.

Next to her was a huge poster advertising the musical, which Amber took another moment to proudly watch.

She also shared a screenshot of a WhatsApp conversation, in which she wrote, alongside a picture of a bus adorned with a Back to the Future poster, a text that read, “On my way, look what’s happening to me.” drove by” had sent.

Amber gushed in the caption, revealing she would be playing the character of Lorraine Baines.

“I am delighted to be joining the West End cast of Back to the Future The Musical at the Adelphi / Lorraine Baines. I’m coming for you / Let the fun begin! @bttfmusical 2022/2023,” the former reality star wrote.

The stage production is based on Robert Zemeckis’ 1985 blockbuster of the same name, in which main character Marty uses a time machine to travel back in time – but faces the challenge of trying to get his high school-age parents to fix themselves to fall in love return to the present after a breakdown.

And as Amber takes on the role of Lorraine, she will play Marty’s mother – who is currently portrayed by actress Rosanna Hyland.

Amber shared a snap of her new script to Instagram Stories and wrote, “Well that’s exciting.”

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